Save Money with a Home Custom Water Filtration System

September 27, 2021

One aspect of home maintenance that often goes unnoticed is water quality. Many people opt for a refrigerator with an incorporated water filter. Even more, use a countertop water filter, or install one onto their kitchen sink faucet. But point-of-use filters only address part of the issues that poor water quality––both from municipal and well sources––can inflict on a home. For taking care of your house, acting fast on basic maintenance can prevent costly and time-consuming repairs in the future. Installing a custom water filtration system for your home can save you money in the long run.

Eliminate disposable water bottles and point-of-use filters

Even if your local municipal water is safe, chances are you have, at the bare minimum, a countertop filter pitcher for your drinking water. There’s nothing like the peace of mind that there’s nothing harmful or foul-tasting in the water you drink every day. But living somewhere with less-than-ideal water can wear out the disposable filters––not to mention the hassle of refilling the pitcher several times a day.

The cost of purchasing disposable water bottles and filters isn’t just environmental––even a few dollars every day can add up to significant money every year. A custom water filtration system treats and purifies water as it enters your home. The water coming out of every faucet and tap will be free from solids and contaminants.


Protect your plumbing and appliances

Hard water, high in dissolved minerals, damages plumbing and appliances over time. While it may seem like a minor problem, over decades of homeownership, issues from hard water can compound into much more costly repairs and replacements.

In a busy household where you run the dishwasher or washing machine multiple times per day, hard water may significantly diminish your appliances’ expected lifespans. A custom water filtration system will protect your plumbing and the mechanics of your appliances. Plus, it’ll improve the quality of cleanliness you get with your clothes and dishes.

Hard water doesn’t dissolve soap and detergent as effectively as filtered and purified water. It leaves your dishes with water spots or residue and your clothes feeling stiff and rough.

Improve the condition of your skin and hair

The impact of hard water may affect your skin and hair as well. Hard water can dry out the skin and damage hair, leading many people to purchase more expensive beauty products rather than address the source’s problem. A custom water filtration system removes solids and contaminants as they enter your home’s plumbing.

The build up of soap scum in your shower can cause you to waste time and money on cleaning products, but soft water is gentle on skin and hair and rinses away clean from tiled surfaces. Instead of spending money on products to deal with the consequences of hard water, you can save money by installing a water filtration system for your home. You get better quality water that’s gentle on your plumbing, appliances, and body, that’s also pure enough to drink straight from the tap.

Tap water flows into the cup

The Aqua Doctor installs custom water filtration systems in Suffolk and Nassau County on Long Island.

For over a decade, The Aqua Doctor has worked to filter and purify Long Island’s sick water. We partner with homeowners for all aspects of their home’s water, including selling, installing, and servicing all filtration system makes and models. Our goal is for our clients to trust the condition of their water without hassle––most systems require just one service visit per year. There’s nothing more important than the safety of your home’s water. With a system from The Aqua Doctor, you can drink water straight from the tap without fear of contaminants.

We offer a wide range of filtration systems, whether you use municipal or well water, including reverse osmosis, distiller purification, whole house carbon filters, and more. Take charge of your home’s water quality with a custom water filtration system by the experts.

Image of a sink filling with water from a custom home filtration system.
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