I've recently had a water test performed by Edward Miranda, and he was very professional, polite and knowledgeable. I decided to invest in the Nuvia pro system, which also came with the reverse osmosis system (RO) along with the Alkaline filter/system.
Edward has gone above and beyond to ensure I am happy, and also during the sales process, I asked if he could come back and test the water after the install and he came today! I was impressed to see the results, the amount of Alkaline water my system generates, chlorine free and clean water is impressive!
If you're reading reviews, to find out if the system works, and if it's worth it and if Nuvia Water is a legit company that will take care of you, then I'm here to say YES! TOTALLY WORTH IT. They're an amazing company, with an amazing solution that is a true investment. Best of all, if you ever move, you can take the system with you!
Some knowledge and research I found out; I decided to use potassium instead of salt which Nuvia Water can support either; the choice is yours so just make sure you make that choice before the installers put salt since there is no going back. If you start with salt, you must continue with salt, if you start with potassium, you continue with it. *There is a price difference between salt or potassium but if you're looking to go with a solution that puts your mind at ease knowing that if there is ever a state-wide ban on salt softeners, you're at least ahead of the game. Salt softeners are harder for cities to filter/clean and recycle, so some cities ban them (including mine), but reality is the choice is yours. A State-wide ban would only mean it's that much harder to find the salt.
Potassium is about $22 per 40lb bag vs. salt at $6 per 40lb bag. What's the difference you ask? We'll potassium is better for your body, and also obviously it's not salt. Potassium is an element essential to life. Salt if you have HBP (high blood pressure) means you could potentially be on the rise since when you shower you're absorbing salt essentially.
Think of salt as regular car oil and think of potassium as synthetic car oil, ones better for the engine (your body) and ones also going to last longer *synthetic* which would be the potassium based solution, so basically you refill the tank less.
You can outright buy the system or finance it.
Nuvia Water overall has impressed me, and I'm glad I've chosen them.
Thank you, Edward, Jason, and Nuvia Water!
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