If your tap water smells or tastes less than desirable, a Reverse Osmosis System (RO) can be a great solution with several advantages:
- Improves taste, odor and appearance of your water, straight from the tap.
- Removes pollutants by flushing them away and does not collect them.
- Consumes no energy.
- Uses the latest technology to purify your water.
- Gives you quality water for pennies per gallon.
Get your free estimate today. Call 480-966-8795 for more information or visit our Reverse Osmosis System web page: https://citywideplumbingaz.com/reverse-osmosis-systems.php
FAQs for Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems
What are the differences between a two-stage RO unit and a five-stage RO unit?
The two-stage unit uses two water filters. It is a basic system, and will filter out most impurities. The five-stage unit uses five water filters. You will notice better quality drinking water as it filters out more impurities than a two-stage unit.
What kinds of maintenance will I need to do with a Reverse Osmosis system?
To maintain good, clean drinking water, you’ll want to change your water purifier system filters regularly. We recommend every six months, but that can vary depending on your water usage. Your owner’s manual can provide more specific recommendations as every water system is tailored specifically for your home or business. You can also give us a call for a no-cost evaluation: 480-966-8795.
Clogged filters can create low pressure at your Reverse Osmosis spout, so change your water filters regularly for best results.
Your Reverse Osmosis system also includes a drainage system. If anything blocks the RO drain, your system will stop producing water. Keep the drain clean by removing the blockage, or give us a call: 480-966-8795.
How much does a Reverse Osmosis System cost?
It’s not as expensive as you think, and every system installation depends on your water usage and your water quality. Schedule a free evaluation with one of our technicians. In most cases, we offer same-day service and always provide you with a free estimate. We’ll test your water for hardness and then size a water purification system that’s specifically tailored for your home or business.