We provide water purification systems and installation for homeowners across the Valley who want better-tasting water and the peace of mind that it is safe for consumption. Our water purification systems use a water treatment technology that removes contaminants from incoming water. We offer a wide variety of systems that can treat the whole house or just the kitchen sink.
Here’s how it works: as water enters the system, it flows through several stages of treatment to reduce dissolved solids, impurities, and contaminants.
- A pre-filter removes larger partials such as silt, rust, scale, and chlorine.
- A reverse osmosis membrane dissolves solids too small to have been caught by the pre-filter, such as sodium, lead, and arsenic, which are flushed out of the water and drained. Hydrogen and oxygen are allowed to pass through its microscopic pores.
- Before water is sent to a faucet, it flows through an activated carbon filter that removes any remaining taste and odor.
We can also install a Fast Recovery System which quickly refills the holding tank to ensure that you have enough water for all your drinking and cooking needs at all times.
Water Softening Treatment System
When using hard water, soap doesn’t rinse well and leaves spots on dishes, glasses, and cutlery. It can be hard on clothing as well. Most of all, it tends to dry out skin and hair.
Water softening treatment systems remove minerals from hard water, making it “soft.” Delivering water throughout the home — showerheads, faucets, washing machines, and dishwashers — which is free from mineral build-up that hard or untreated water leaves behind.
First, salt is mixed into hard water in a mineral tank filled with small polystyrene beads called resin beads to create a brine. The beads carry a negative charge that attracts calcium and magnesium in hard water. Next, the brine flows into a resin tank to clean and remove hard minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, from the water supply. Brine and minerals are sent down the drain. A backwash cycle sends more water, at a quicker pace, through the resin tank to flush out additional sediment, iron, and even dirt. The last step is a fast rinse to flush out brine from the bottom of the tank and pack the resin beads. Softened water remains in the tank until it’s used.
A water treatment system (water purification or water softener) is generally easy to install if the home is pre-plumbed for it. If it is not, it is still possible to install but becomes a more extensive and costly project. Reach out to our team to learn more.