Home Water Purification

Like so many Houston homes, your tap water may leave something to be desired. Perhaps your water has impurities such as rust, sulfur, or calcium and lime scale. This impurities can lead to poor taste, and excessive appliance wear. The right water filtration system for your Houston home will turn your hard water nightmare into pure drinking water. There are many kinds of home water filtration systems, so we will touch on a few of the most popular systems. We are here to help you choose the right water filtration system for your home.

Reverse Osmosis System

A reverse osmosis system or, RO system, will filter almost all water contaminants. The reverse osmosis system is usually mounted underneath a sink where it filters inorganic materials such as: Lead, Rust, Salt, and Nitrates. The RO system will also filter organic chemicals as well, such as pesticides.

The reverse osmosis system is best for water that has many different contaminants.

Activated Carbon Filters

Activated Carbon Filters or, AC filters, are great for home water systems that suffer from high sulfur content. The activated carbon filter mounts in your water supply lines and filters out mainly organic impurities. Activated carbon filters remove pesticides, herbicides, and chlorine. Your AC filter may even filter lead, but not all are guaranteed, so make sure the AC filter is specially rated for that purpose. The AC filter is a solid water purification system, and installs quickly.

It is best for a home that needs a little extra help with water purification.

Water Softener

A Water softener is the most common of all home water filtration systems. This water purification system removes calcium and magnesium from the water supply. A water softener is usually the first step toward treating hard water in your Houston home. Water Softener Systems are ideal for homes with hard but otherwise clean water supplies.

There are MANY more options when it comes to home water treatment. Whether you’re interesting in drinking water purification systems alone, or whole house filtration, contact our Houston plumbing company. We have all the answers for your home water filtration questions.