Products and Services
How We Purify Your Water
Water Softeners (Ion Exchange)
A water softener uses an ion exchange process to reduce the amount of hardness in your water. This reduces the concentration of calcium and magnesium in your water and may also remove iron and manganese. As a result, your plumbing surfaces will be easier to clean and will have less mineral deposit buildup.
Iron/sulfur filters remove contaminants that cause rotten egg odors and stains on plumbing surfaces.
Carbon filters remove organic contaminants from your water supply. They utilize adsorption, a physical process that occurs when liquids, gases, or dissolved/suspended matter adheres to the surface of an adsorbent medium. This filter improves the taste, smell, and appearance of your water.
R.O. Systems (Reverse Osmosis)
These are installed under the sink with a separate drinking water faucet. Many bottled waters are tap water treated with an R.O. system. For a fraction of the cost, you can conveniently enjoy the benefits of bottled pure water right at your kitchen sink. R.O. systems involve the passing of mineralized water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane. This enables fresh water to pass through, leaving mineral contaminants behind.
An ultraviolet filter disinfects water using UV Radiation, damaging the genetic material in a way that the organisms are no longer able to grow or reproduce.