Safe & Clean Water in Your Home

Defending Your Home Against Forever Chemicals (PFAS)

At Guthrie & Frey, we understand the importance of safe, clean drinking water for you and your family. We’ve getting a lot more questions regarding forever chemicals in your water supply. Forever chemicals, scientifically known as Polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), have become a significant concern in recent years.

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) statistics show that PFAS contamination has been found in various water sources across the country, specifically, 45% of US tap water has at least one type of potentially dangerous chemicals. This isn’t meant to cause panic, but it’s a fact we all need to be aware of. Knowledge is power, and the first step to addressing this issue is understanding it.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), PFAS are man-made chemicals used in a wide range of products. They have been used for decades in various industrial and consumer applications, including firefighting foams, non-stick cookware, and stain-resistant fabrics. Unfortunately, these chemicals don’t break down easily in the environment and can accumulate in our drinking water sources.

So, what can you do to protect your family? One effective solution is the use of a reverse osmosis systems in your home. Reverse osmosis is a proven technology that removes a wide range of contaminants from your tap water, including PFAS. It provides you with safe, clean water right from your own faucet.

By investing in a reverse osmosis system, you take control of your water quality and ensure that your family’s health is a top priority. It’s a reliable and cost-effective solution that can significantly reduce the presence of forever chemicals in your drinking water.

Learn more about the benefits of reverse osmosis and make an informed decision to protect yourself and your loved ones. Call us today at 262.404.4767 to learn more about the benefits of reverse osmosis for your family.

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