Reverse Osmosis Systems in Los Angeles
Providing Fresher, Purer Water in Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara & North Orange County
Reverse osmosis (RO) is the most effective and economical way to treat drinking water today. Pro Water Solutions offers a 50-gallon-per-day, four-stage RO process that extracts all contaminants in your tap water by 95%. This includes but is not limited to arsenic, fluoride, chromium, nitrates, viruses, chemicals, pesticides, and bacteria.
We strive to help families and businesses achieve healthier, cleaner water by installing reverse osmosis systems. You can feel confident drinking tap water in your home with an RO system in place. Reverse osmosis is also a great way to help the environment by eliminating plastic water bottles.
Call (888) 904-4453 or contact us online to receive your free in-home or phone consultation for reverse osmosis system installation in Los Angeles or the surrounding areas today!
How Reverse Osmosis Works
The best way to describe the RO process is to take a glass of water with ice and pour it into a towel. You will see that the water pours through the towel and the ice stays behind. The ice left in the towel represents the contaminants in the water. The reverse osmosis process stops contaminants while allowing only pure water to flow through. Your water is clean, clear, fresh, and pure, all at pennies per gallon.
This is the basic concept for a “semi-permeable membrane.” The RO membrane is designed to allow molecules of a specific size and smaller to easily pass through the material while blocking larger molecules.
Choosing the Right Type of RO System
When choosing a reverse osmosis system, you have two options: a whole-house system or a point-of-use system. A whole-house system will treat your home’s entire water supply at every point of entry. A point-of-use system will only treat the water in one specific location, such as your kitchen faucet.
Make Sure You Regularly Change Your Reverse Osmosis Filter
A Pro Water Solutions technician can do a simple TDS (total dissolved solids) test to determine if you need your filter changed. If it is determined that you do need a filter change, you will need to buy a new filter. Some RO systems are proprietary so you can’t buy the filters at your local home supply store. However, Pro Water Solutions installs RO systems that are most effective and can be changed by the homeowner if preferred. These filters can also be purchased online.
When To Change Your Filter:
- The carbon and sediment reverse osmosis under-sink filters should be changed every year even if your water is not incredibly hard.
- The membrane part of the RO system should be changed annually in a four-person household. The membrane is the most important part.
Remember to always label the outside of the cartridges so you know when your last filter change was and when the new ones are due. You can also have a professional from our Los Angeles reverse osmosis system team perform your filter change.
Installing RO Systems in Los Angeles
At Pro Water Solutions, we are passionate about helping people like you enjoy the benefits of cleaner, purer water. With our experts on your side, you will be reaping the rewards of a reverse osmosis system in no time.
Contact us at (888) 904-4453 to get started with a free consultation.
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