Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Green Water Technologies Offers Insight into the U.S. Water Supply

We clean, cook, bathe and drink with it on a daily basis. But how much do most Americans know about the water in their homes? In today’s Q&A, Green Water Technologies explores this issue and explains why even chlorinated water may not be completely safe from harmful chemicals.

Q: Are there certain areas of the United States at greater risk for water contaminants?

Green Water Technologies: Even in parts of the country that have fewer contaminants than others, nitrates, bacteria and lead deposits can still wreak havoc in the water supply. Before giving friends and family members a cold, tall glass of H20, it might be a good idea to investigate what’s going on inside your tap.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Green Water Technologies Reports Home Appliances Benefit from Softened Water

According to water experts at Green Water Technologies, the Water Quality Research Foundation provides compelling evidence that softened water increases appliances’ efficiency, effectiveness, and longevity.

When most homeowners think about water quality, water consumption is their first concern. However, hard water – water that has not had its primary contaminants removed – is not only poisonous to humans but toxic to home appliances as well. Green Water Technologies explains that hard water is often a hidden expense for homeowners across the United States.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Green Water Technologies Encourages Families to Guard Against Unhealthy Water

When water exits a treatment facility, American citizens can trust it meets the regulations and standards set by the Safe Drinking Water Act, according to the team at Green Water Technologies. It’s important to note that the water streaming from a home’s bathroom and kitchen faucets may have traveled miles to get to its final destination, through various stops along the way that include the water treatment facility, water towers, and the home’s internal plumbing.

Green Water Technologies also cautions consumers that a home’s water pipes may be in a state of disrepair due to long-term use or contamination. Completing a full restoration project of the home’s plumbing costs thousands of dollars. Fortunately, Green Water Technologies offers a wealth of options that can alleviate these problems over the long run.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Green Water Technologies Accepts Challenge of Solving Water Issues

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How much of the water traveling through the home winds up going into a person’s body? The answer might be surprising, says Green Water Technologies. Only 1 percent of water is used for drinking. The other 99 percent is used for brushing, showering, flushing, washing and a variety of other uses.

Just because people aren’t putting water directly in their bodies doesn’t mean that it can be ignored, cautions Green Water Technologies. Water is touching pets, dishes, clothes, bodies and appliances. Some questions must be answered so that homeowners can optimize quality and usage of working water. Green Water Technologies has the experience and knowledge to answer these complex questions by today’s concerned homeowners.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Green Water Technologies: What Is Unconditioned Tap Water?

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As a distributor of General Electric water treatment systems, Green Water Technologies has found that there’s a price to unconditioned water. Many assume that price is simply tap water that is a little less than pure, and that bottled water is a suitable workaround. Aside from the exorbitant cost of drinking bottled water daily, Green Water Technologies points out that there are other costs as well.

When tap water is unconditioned, it comes directly from water treatment centers through pipes, exiting through a home’s various fixtures. During this process, water encounters mineral deposits and chemicals that, when left untreated, are consumed by family members, cautions Green Water Technologies. (GWT also notes that most municipalities meet EPA standards as set forth by the government, but many homeowners have an issue with the aesthetics and the residual hard water problems.) The impact of these mineral deposits and chemicals is visible throughout the home, evident in residue on fixtures, basins and tubs, says Green Water Technologies.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Green Water Technologies on the Benefits of Pro Elite Systems

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Green Water Technologies, located in San Antonio, Texas, is the exclusive distributor of the Pro Elite™ Professional Series Water Treatment Systems by GE. Their team of professional water treatment specialists provide expert service to clients.

Q: What makes Pro Elite Water Treatment Systems better than the competition?

Green Water Technologies: The Pro Elite Professional Series is one of the most sophisticated and eco-friendly water treatment systems available. They are designed with the preservation of our planet's resources at the forefront of the manufacturing process. The goal is to achieve superior energy efficiency while lowering the impact on the environment.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Green Water Technologies: Use Less Detergent With Pro Elite Systems

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There are a number of benefits to reducing harmful minerals and other characteristics of hard water in your home. In the following Q&A, a representative of Green Water Technologies discusses the advantages to installing a water-softening system such as the Pro Elite Professional Series Water Treatment System.

Q: We know that soft water is more pleasant to bathe in. Tell us about another advantage to water softening.

Green Water Technologies: In this time of economic stress, it’s nice to discover a way of saving money on everyday items such as laundry or dishwasher detergent. Soft water can provide a way to use half the amount consumers use now, and get clothes and dishes even cleaner.

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