Dear Neighbor, You live in this area, and you made it to our website, so we don’t need to tell you that hard water is a serious problem. Heavy metals and other contaminants in our water not only make ugly stains on the showers but may cause serious short and long-term health issues. I live here too, and I understand these issues.
You may be confused by the many water filtering products out there and their various levels of quality, so I am going to save you the long sales pitch and cut to the chase. Here is why thousands have chosen a Purity Bay system and why you should too.
Call our showroom today at (813) 709-7873 to schedule your estimate and find out what system is right for your needs!
Redington Beach’s water comes from a combination of groundwater and surface water sources. The city obtains groundwater from wells that are drilled into the Floridan aquifer, which is a vast underground water source. Additionally, the city is a member of the regional water supplier, Tampa Bay Water, which provides treated surface water to several municipalities in the Tampa Bay area.
The water sources for Redington Beach’s residences generally contain trace amounts of a number of different contaminants. Local governments routinely test and provide reports on these. They are required to keep these levels below what is considered toxic, according to regulation.
However since residents only drink about 1% of the water in these systems, the government does not have the resources to eliminate all of these contaminants completely.
It is the responsibility of residents to ensure their household has filtered water completely ideal for drinking, cooking and all household uses.
Purity Bay operates with over two decades of experience and our up-to-date technology designed to address your local Florida water supply and give you peace of mind.
Schedule your estimate today and find out what system is right for your needs at (813) 709-7873!
Redington Beach is home to Redington Long Pier, which is one of the longest fishing piers on the Gulf of Mexico. The pier stretches 1,200 feet into the Gulf and offers anglers the opportunity to catch a variety of fish, including snook, redfish, and trout. The pier is also a popular spot for visitors to enjoy the beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico and the surrounding area. The pier was originally built in 1962 and has undergone several renovations over the years to ensure its safety and accessibility.