Staying hydrated has a major impact on your quality of life. But, as you get your daily water in, make sure it is free of contaminants. And, we don’t mean by drinking bottled water. That can become very expensive to your wallet and the environment. Get clean contaminant-free water straight from your faucet with a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system!
What is a Reverse Osmosis System?
You may have heard of some of the contaminants that can be in your drinking water. Even with state and federal laws in place, there can still be improvements made. Just take a look at your water quality report.
Reverse Osmosis uses pressure to push water through a specialized membrane to filter contaminants from your water. It is a point-of-use filter, meaning it is placed under your sink and is used for one faucet.
4 Key Benefits of a Reverse Osmosis System
There are many benefits of a Reverse Osmosis system being installed in your home.
Save Money– Investing in an RO system means you won’t have to buy bottled water. Reverse Osmosis produces clean filtered water for pennies per gallon. Contaminant-Free Water– You can now have peace of mind that your family is drinking safe, clean water. Water free of lead, pesticides, fluoride, pharmaceuticals, arsenic and more!Simple Maintenance– Compared to some water filtration systems, an RO system is quite easy to maintain. Simply change out the filters and membranes. Depending on your water quality to begin with, filters are replaced every 6 – 12 months and the membrane replaced every two years.Better Taste– Many families find that after installing an RO system, their family tends to consume more water and less sugary drinks. That is a great health benefit!
Costs of an RO System
Reverse Osmosis water filtration systems vary in price according to the model you choose. Rayne of Fullerton offers smaller residential systems that produce 36 gallons up to 100 gallons per day and larger commercial RO systems that can produce up to 35,000 gallons per day! Your other expense would be the cost of filter replacements. Again, that depends on the size of your system.
Before deciding on a water filtration system, be sure to contact us to get a free water test. We will work with you to determine which drinking water system is right for you and your family. It’s time to enjoy all the benefits of a Reverse Osmosis system and invest in your drinking water quality!