Water Treatment & Filtration
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A water softener works to remove high concentrations of iron, calcium and magnesium that cause hard water. You may need a water softener if you have mineral-like crust built up around your faucets or on your shower head, soap scum build up in your sinks or on your shower walls, stiff clothing after a load of laundry, and/or irritated or dry skin and dull hair after showering.
An acid neutralizer is designed to prevent the problems associated with acidic water by adjusting the pH levels of your home's water to as close to 7 as possible. A few signs you may need a neutralizer are frequent pipe clogs or leaks, slow draining sinks and tubs, a metallic taste to your drinking water, and/or red or green-blue discoloration in your toilet tank, sinks, or tub.
Reverse Osmosis System (RO)
Reverse osmosis, also known as RO, is a type of water filtration that can reduce up to 99% of the contaminants in water. These contaminants can include particles, lead, mercury, chromium, and TDS (total dissolved solids). A RO system is a great choice for cleaner, safer water for you and your household by minimizing health risks associated with potentially harmful substances that are sometimes found in drinking water.
ULTRAVIOLET (UV) WATER PURIFICATION
A UV water purifier treats microbiologically unsafe water with germicidal ultraviolet light making it a trusted disinfectant. A UV disinfectant treats water for bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi.
Sediment filters are designed to capture and remove sand, silt, dirt, and rust from water. These particulars can wreak havoc on your appliances, fixtures and hot water heater. These filters are used as a first-line defense by removing sediment before any water treatment; this helps eliminate particulars from entering any water treatment systems and expands their lifespan.