Apr 15 2011

Elizabeth’s Kind Cafe Talks About Home Water Filtration Systems

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Access to clean water is one of the biggest problems the world is facing right now. Many people are shocked to learn that it’s not just a problem in developing nations, but in the U.S. as well.

In order to treat our water, the municipal treatment centers use a lot of chlorine. You can usually smell it in your tap water and showers. That same chlorine has been linked to many types of cancers.

Worse than drinking the water is actually taking a hot shower or bath in it. When our pores are warm, they open, allowing large amounts of water, and the chemicals that come along with it, into our bodies.

Although home water filtration systems can be quite pricey, they are worth looking into.

If you live in Michigan, you may consider our guest, Tom Lee’s company, United Standard. Tom has installed and maintained tens of thousands of systems in the area, and he came to the Kind Cafe to talk about it.

You can watch the interview here and contact Tom at (248) 318-1554. That’s right, no email, no website, just personal service!

After the interview stick around to check out Noah making an amazing pumpkin pie!

2 Comments

  1. Susan George
    Posted August 23, 2018 at 11:07 pm | Posted By: Susan George

    Tom is a great guy and his products are super. BUT…they aren’t worth much if I cannot get his office to schedule me for repair or service. Repeated calls to his office go unreturned and I’m given the run-around when I do reach the ‘scheduler’. Too bad that I have to work so hard just to do business with Tom. This has been an ongoing problem for years now.

    I am looking for another company now.

    • elizabeth
      Posted September 6, 2018 at 9:47 am | Posted By: elizabeth

      Wow I’m so surprised. Every time we’ve had an issue they were out right away. I’m sorry to hear that.

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