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Hello Tuesday,

Well, Monday was here and it was a busy day for Dan and I. This ordering on line can be more stressful that going to the shops. All morning we were on the phone to Kroger, the mail service, UPS, and a flower company. The saying, when it rains, its pours; is so true. Even though it didn’t rain yesterday, it seemed with all of our obstacles, it did.

The good news we figured out the issues and continued with swing exercise and walking. This helped our stress go away!! Have you ever had those kinds of days?

What is your focus this Tuesday? Is it on where you are today or is it on where you want to be? Take action to live your dreams, even it is only a little bit each day, your dreams can come true.

Is it the dreams that inspire us to new places or do we limit the scope of our work to what we believe we can achieve? Marsha Woodard

Today the topic is on household water treatment systems and the two categories.

Household water treatment systems are composed of two categories: point-of-use and point-of-entry. Before choosing one over the other, there are questions you should ask yourself about. If you own or rent a house, you might wonder about the quality of your water or already experience negative taste. You also might wonder what you can do to improve the quality of your water. With a water purification system, you will be able to taste the difference in the quality of your water. To better understand the difference between point-of-entry water treatment systems and point-of-use water treatment systems, let’s discuss the differences and benefits between the two systems.

High quality water is more than the dream of the conservationists, more than a political slogan; high quality water, in the right quantity at the right place at the right time, is essential to health, recreation, and economic growth. Edmund Muskie

A point-of-use water treatment device is a filter that attaches directly to a faucet or another water source. These devices can deliver high-quality, great-tasting water by removing impurities such as nitrates and limescale. There are a couple of different kinds of water filters. If you live in an apartment, town home, or condo a point of use water system will be the easiest to install. It may be difficult to get the authority or to find your connection to install a point of entry water system.

A point-of-entry water treatment system is installed directly at the point where the water enters the home. Since it treats all water that enters the home, they are also called whole-house water-treatment systems. They are placed where the water main line enters into your home. This could be in a washroom or in your garage.

I believe water will be the defining crisis of our century — from droughts, storms, and floods to degrading water quality. We'll see major conflicts over water and the proliferation of water refugees. We inhabit a water planet, and unless we protect, manage, and restore that resource, the future will be a very different place from the one we imagine today. Alexandra Cousteau

Benefits of Point-of-Use Water Treatment Systems

The main benefit of a point of use water treatment system is it’s easy to install and less expensive than a point of entry system.


Point-of-use water filters are fairly inexpensive, so if you are only interested in better-tasting water at an affordable price, some sort of filter might be the best option for you.

Can Be Installed in an Apartment

If you rent an apartment or live in a condo a point-of-entry might not be feasible. It is can be difficult or impossible for an apartment complex owner or condo association to install a point-of-entry water filtration system. If you are merely interested in better-tasting water, a point-of-use system is feasible.

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Benefits of Point-of-Entry Water Treatment Systems

The main benefit of a point of entry system is it protects your entire home from the harmful effects of hard or poor-quality water. This will lead to longer life in your water heater, washing machine, washer and cleaner pipes overall.


They are more expensive than a water filter that is installed directly at the tap, but they last much longer, typically five to seven years. The filters also don’t need to be replaced as often.

Treats the Whole House

This type of water treatment system is able to decrease limescale build up around your entire house because it treats all water that enters the home.

Reverse Osmosis

Point-of-entry reverse osmosis systems may be costly, but it will assume that faucets throughout your entire home offer the same water quality and purity.

There are so many decisions to make when deciding on which home water system, I’m hoping that this information that I’m blogging is helping in any way! Since we figured out the two categories: point-of-use and point-of-entry, the next step is blogging on the different types of filtration's.

Until tomorrow, when life places stones in your path, be the water. A persistent drop of water will wear away even the hardest stone.” ― Autumn Morning Star


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