Re: [historic-sanford-nc] Re: Question regarding Sanford water quality
- Thanks John,
Just about everywhere else I've lived has had very
hard water, so I thought I'd check while I had the
plumbers already tearing into the pipes here =)
--- godkins <godkins@...> wrote:
> I doubt a softener is needed and as far as__________________________________________________
> contaminents go I would
> recommend filtered water for better tasting coffee.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Al
> <al_roethlisberger@...> wrote:
> > So, we've just replumbed the house, and one thing
> > haven't researched is the general quality of
> > municipal water supply.
> > I will by default at the minimum install an
> > inexpensive inline whole-house filter, but
> > two things:
> > 1) Is the municipal water supply hard or soft,
> > is, does anyone need/use water softeners in
> > 2) Do we have any major issues with contaminents
> > any kind that might require a better filtration
> > system?
> > Since we are still finishing up the plumbing, this
> > the ideal time to install a better filter or
> > if required, so I thought I'd ask.
> > Thanks!
> > Al
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