Reverse Osmosis Water Systems

Pure, Clear Water for Those Really Hot Days

reverse osmosis water systemLately it has been hot … real hot! Regardless of what you are doing, working, playing, or just hanging out, these hot days make us thirsty.

Our bodies use water in many different ways. Along with quenching our thirst, it also lubricates our joints, nourishes and protects our organs, keeps our body temperature normal, and plays a large role in removing waste from our bodies.

So when our bodies crave water it is important to give our families the best drinking water possible. With the water in our area not always smelling or tasting the best, we often reach for a bottle of water purchased at a local store.

This option is not always convenient and can be costly to our wallets and well as to the environment. Not purchasing bottled water saves money and means less plastic to discard.

Home Water Filtration System

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Reverse osmosis water filtration systems provide clear, clean water free from impurities.

An alternative to bottled water is to install a reverse osmosis (RO) water filtration system which is designed to filter salt, deposits, minerals, and even odors from the water entering your home.

The water passes through the filter’s membrane into a tank where it is stored and ready to drink. It becomes clean water free from impurities. Whether your home utilizes city or well water, a RO water filtration system provides cleaner, better tasting water.

Reverse osmosis systems are compact, fit under the kitchen sink, and provide 50 gallons of drinking water each day. The water flows through a dedicated dispenser, installed next to your kitchen faucet. It is easily accessible to anyone in your household.

Benefits of Clear, Clean Water

Having clear, clean water with no offending odors and tastes, will encourage you to drink water more frequently which is important for our overall health. Not purchasing bottled water reduces the amount of plastic we need to dispose of and lessens the environmental impact of producing and recycling plastic bottles. Installing a reverse osmosis water system will also eliminate the need to buy bottled water saving time and money.

Learn More About RO Water Systems

To learn more about how your family can benefit from a Reverse Osmosis water system, give Brenneco Plumbing a call at 765-448-6190.

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Iron Water Filters

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A common question we hear is “Will my water softener remove iron from my water?” The answer to this is, “Yes, but very little.” Water softeners are designed to treat hard water by removing minerals, including small quantities of iron. In most cases a water softener alone is not an effective solution for removing iron from water.

Iron Filters Offer a Number of Advantages

Since a water softener alone will not solve the problem of excess iron in your water, installing an iron water filter will capture the iron precipitate, leaving the water iron-free.  This has a number of benefits including ….

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How to Eliminate Hard Water

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Nearly 85% of the U.S. has hard water. You notice this most when washing dishes, doing laundry, or showering.  You see watermarks on your faucets, even though you just cleaned them.  There’s excessive lime and chalk buildup in your sinks and showers. And even your skin and hair feel dry and itchy after you’ve washed.
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Five Benefits of Water Filtration Systems

Let’s be honest. We rarely think about what is in our home’s tap water. But, what if we told you that the water in your home could contain lead, chlorine, and excessive amounts of iron. You might be asking yourself, “Aren’t there regulations for these kinds of things?” You’re right; city water must pass rigorous testing to be deemed safe. Unfortunately, over 18 million Americans are being exposed to water with lead violations, according to the National Resource Defense Council (NRDC). So, what’s next?

Luckily, a professional plumbing specialist can set you up with a home water filtration system that will help alleviate these problems. If you still aren’t sold on purchasing such a system, not to worry. There are many benefits of water filtration systems that will make the investment well worth it.

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Your Complete Guide to Choosing a Water Softener

Your dishes are covered with water spots. Your shower is stained orange from rust. Your clothes are dingy and scratchy. You’ve just discovered that you have hard water in your home, and we feel sorry for you. Not to worry, where you live geographically does factor into what is in your water; however, it doesn’t dictate whether or not you can solve this problem. In fact, anyone can have clean, healthy water free of hard depositing minerals. The solution? Install or upgrade a water softener! But just which model is right for you? How much water your family consumes, what is in your water, and your budget are all factors that can help narrow down the choice. Read more

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Is Bad Water Killing Your Plumbing?

Poor water quality can have an incredibly negative effect on the lifespan of your plumbing. If not corrected, mineral buildup can shorten the life of your water-using appliances, fixtures and pipes. Here are a few reasons you should consider taking advantage of water conditioning services.

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