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Are You Really Going To Drink That?: Why You Need A Water Filter and How To Choose The Right One. Paperback – July 15, 2011
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About the Author
Bryan Stevens is a Licensed Master Plumber with over 25 years experience. He has done extensive research on water quality and water filters for his clients and now he is sharing the knowledge he gained with you. Bryan has a knack for making the sometimes complicated subject of water quality easy to understand and his common sense, down to earth style makes for an easy read.
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What I really like about this book is that not only does the author clearly state the problems found in the water that comes from our taps and from bottled water, but he then goes on to explain about the different options that a home owner can use to eliminate some or all of the nasty stuff in our water system. The chapters are well laid out and follow a logical order - the writing is clear and straightforward; the author really knows his stuff. I would recommend this book to any mother or couple who are worried about the impact their drinking water can have on the health of their children and themselves.
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We have a whole house/reverse-osmosis system as we live in a rural area with extremely hard well water. As stated in the book, it does take up a lot of under sink space, and since we have cattle, the backwash has to be timed so that it runs at a time when the cattle probably won't be drinking, but the difference in our drinking water is worth it.
Overall this book provides great references and important information. Every homeowner considering the very best solution for their water would benefit from reading it...and the price sure can't be beat!
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This book was exactly what I needed and at the right time as well. The author is a master plumber, so he knows of what he speaks. The first few chapters are pretty convincing as to why you really need to consider some form of water filtration. Though the author doesn't bash the EPA, it's pretty clear that we can't rely on them to protect us from the multitude of contaminants in public drinking water - that responsibility is ours and ours alone.
The book is a quick read, more of a report actually, but it contains all of the essential information as well as recommendations for various types of filtration systems. I was initially just concerned about filtering my drinking water, but the author also opened my eyes about the dangers of showering in unfiltered water. Vaporized chlorine isn't the best thing to inhale while taking a hot shower and you also don't want chlorine drying out your skin and hair.
This book helped me focus in on the right kind of water filtration system for my needs. If you care about your health and that of your loved ones as well as the state of the environment, you really need to read this book.
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