JD Precision Plumbing Services in Spring, TX offers whole-house water filtration systems to ensure that the water entering your home is safe for human consumption. We carry water filtration systems that are of high quality, and our installations are always code-compliant.
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Advantages of Whole-House Water Filtration
You may be surprised to learn that the water coming out of your tap contains some degree of contamination. Most of these contaminants are harmless. However, be aware that our public water supply may be contaminated with pathogens, excretions from septic systems and landfills, and dangerous chemicals. These contaminants, even in small amounts, may pose significant health risks to those who drink and use the water.
The two types of water filtration systems - whole-home filtration systems and reverse osmosis filters - can significantly improve the quality of the water that enters our homes. They provide other benefits as well. Below are just some of the benefits of water filtration systems:
- Reduces costly plumbing issues
- Promotes health and blocks diseases
- Keeps repairs at a minimum
- Promotes appliance performance
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Whole-Home Filtration vs. Reverse Osmosis
While both whole-home water filtration systems and reverse osmosis filters effectively filter out contaminants found in our tap water, each system uses a different type of technology. Whole-home water filtration systems use carbon filters for removing impurities found in the water. They eliminate contaminants from your water supply by using a filter that is connected to your water line. Water coming into your house is filtered through before it travels to faucets, toilets, and appliances.
Reverse Osmosis filtration forces water across a sponge-like film that filters out contaminants and allows clean drinking water to be stored in a holding tank. Reverse osmosis is one of the more popular and best water filtration methods available.
Both whole-home water filtration systems and reverse osmosis filters provide sufficient water filtration. All water filtration devices use filters to literally filter out contaminants, micro-organisms, chlorine, even odors found in tap water.
Both types of water filtration systems come in many shapes and sizes. They can be placed under a sink or on the countertop. Additionally, most water filtration systems are environmentally friendly and cost-efficient.