- Carbon filtration
Absorbs chlorine and improves the taste and clarity of water. Also removes various organic contaminants.
Eliminates many inorganic, organic and microbiological elements in water.
- Sand filtration
Flocculated water is filtered through sand to trap particles and reduce bacteria.
- Ultraviolet sterilization
Considered among the most effective in removing disinfecting bacteria using ultraviolet rays.
- Reverse osmosis
Popular with many bottled water companies, this process uses a sediment filter and semi-permeable membrane as well as a carbon filter.
- Ion-exchange softening
Calcium and magnesium ions in hard water are exchanged for sodium, which doesn’t interfere with soap or cause scales.
- Sediment filtration
Takes suspended particles out of the water for better clarity.
Whole-house water filtration system services
A whole house water filter will treat all of the water coming into your house. Most of these systems utilize a carbon filter to provide clean water for drinking, cleaning, cooking and other tasks.
The units are installed so that all water sources in the home will dispense treated water, providing cleaner, better tasting water that will help improve the life of water-consuming appliances. Whole-house water filtration systems can also be combined with water softener solutions for a comprehensive approach to treated water.
Residential water softener installation services
Hard water contains minerals like calcium and magnesium that are found in most city water supplies. When rain hits the ground and filters through rocks and soil, it picks up these minerals. These mineral deposits are not only unsightly, they’re bad for plumbing systems and contribute to off flavors and odors in drinking water. Furthermore, hard water reduces the effectiveness of soap and detergent.