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Living with a contaminated home water supply can be disappointing for you, difficult on your home, and even damaging to your health. In many instances, a community water pipeline does not properly account for different minerals and other contaminants, and you must take matters into your own hands.

One of the most advanced and effective home water treatment systems is reverse osmosis. This practice will remove common chemical contaminants such as metal ions and salts. The removal of this wide range of particles that is leftover from community filtration can have both short and long-term benefits for keeping your home value and quality of life up. If you are looking to get a reverse osmosis system installed in the near future, take the following into consideration.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration

Many people are familiar with the term reverse osmosis, but don’t know exactly what the process is or why it is so beneficial to your home water system. This is understandable; it’s a complex solution for a myriad of drinking and bathing water problems, but the bottom line is it will create pure water.

In (somewhat) simple terms, a reverse osmosis filter works by water pressure pushing contaminants through a semi-permeable membrane so they can be removed from the supply. As this happens, both particulates and dissolved inorganic solids such as fluoride, lead, and pesticides are removed. In turn, this creates pure water.

While reverse osmosis is not a new technology, it has become much more cost effective and safe since its utilization in the 1970’s. Today, it is one of the preferred methods for treating home water systems, and is extremely efficient.

How Does RO Improve Water Quality?

We described the technology that reverse osmosis implements in order to achieve its goal of water purity, but it’s also important to recognize the daily functions around you home that will improve. If you’ve been living with a contaminated water supply and switch to a self-contained RO, you should notice many of the following perks:

When it comes down to it, reverse osmosis has been consistently proven to improve gut health, remove contaminants from a household’s drinking water, and is a major boon to the purity of water. If you are having contaminant issues with your water supply, the choice isn’t whether or not to get RO, it’s a matter of which model and how soon.

Selecting a Reverse Osmosis System

Once you’ve made the decision to get your water treated by reverse osmosis, there are several things you should consider. You need to make sure that you are working with qualified plumbing professionals who are local. This is because your soil and pipelines will likely have similar attributes to other houses around you, so a plumber with experience in the area will have extensive knowledge about how to best treat your water.

Similarly, make sure that when you have a discussion about systems, they explain why they recommend a certain model, how they are installing it, what parts you will need to self-maintain it. There are a wide variety of RO systems that have similar technology, but these five stand out as diverse and functional choices to us:

There are significant nuances in process, where the unit is installed, and how each is suited for your specific well or community water supply. However, we recommend getting a consultation from a professional in order to best explain these – there is a great amount of detail in what might seem like slight divergences, and it can make all the difference in the purity of your water.

Getting the Best Treatment in Every Way Possible

At Deer Valley Plumbing, we have been providing Arizona and the greater Phoenix area a pathway to better quality of life for decades. Our experience in the area makes us well suited to diagnose your water supply and install a reverse osmosis system quickly and affordably.

If you are interesting in removing contaminants from your water and stress from your daily life, reach out today – we’d love to help.

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