No. Weather has no effect on a water ionizer. What does affect a water ionizer is changes in water quality, so does build up of hard water deposits inside a water ionizer. The quality of the water going into a water ionizer has a huge impact on the quality of the alkaline water coming out of the ionizer. To get the best quality of alkaline water from a water ionizer, you need to properly condition the water going into the ionizer with a pre-filter system.
How a pre-filter system improves the quality of tap water
Everyone’s water quality is different. If you live in San Francisco, you get your water from deep underground aquifers, the water is chock full of healthy minerals and needs very little treatment to condition it for a water ionizer. On the other hand, if you live in North Carolina, your tap water is so toxic that you should not drink it unless it has been treated by reverse osmosis, and then remineralized for health. The pre-filter system you need is based on your local water quality.
You can select the right pre-filter system for your water ionizer by identifying the contaminants in your water. If you are on a city water supply, the contaminants found in your water are listed in your local water quality report. Contact your local water authority for a copy of that report. In the report, you will find a list of contaminants that have been found in your water. You will need to select the right pre-filter(s) to remove those contaminants.
Situations where you must use reverse osmosis treatment
If you live within a mile of a hydraulic fracturing “fracking” well, you must get a reverse osmosis system. Fracking has a devastating effect on water quality, your water is full of benzene, heavy metals, and radioactive particles. The same goes if you live in coal country, your water is full of heavy metals, arsenic and other harmful substances. If you live anywhere that there is coal, oil, or natural gas extraction, pipeline transportation, or processing, you should assume your water is highly toxic, and filter it with reverse osmosis.
LIFE Water Ionizers come with free pre-filter systems
Owners of LIFE water ionizers don’t need to figure out what kind of pre-filter system they need. LIFE Ionizers will do the research for you, and provide you with a free pre-filter system with the right pre-filters for your water quality. However, if you need reverse osmosis, that would be extra because reverse osmosis systems are a separate treatment option. LIFE will help you determine if your water needs the additional processing that reverse osmosis provides, and will give you a discount on the reverse osmosis system if you need it.
Pre-filtration is peace of mind
You should always run a pre-filter system with a water ionizer, it gives you peace of mind. With a properly configured pre-filter system, you can rest assured that the contaminants in your water are being taken out before they get into your water ionizer. A pre-filter system is cheap health insurance.