Reverse osmosis systems in Georgetown, TX
Georgetown's #1 reverse osmosis professionals
When Parobek Water Solutions was founded, honesty, integrity, and quality were at the core of everything we wanted to do. Today, that goal hasn’t changed at all. We understand how many plumbing companies want your business, but we believe that, if we continue to treat our customers with honesty and fairness, we can build long-term relationships that last a lifetime. We’ve strived to stay on the cutting edge of plumbing advancements to make sure you have access to the best plumbing services in the world. One of those services is reverse osmosis in Georgetown, TX. This technology has changed the way that people drink tap water.
Understanding Reverse Osmosis
The term reverse osmosis may sound complicated, but the process itself is pretty straightforward. Essentially, reverse osmosis systems in Georgetown, TX include a pump and a series of filters. Our plumbers are experts at installing these systems and can help you decide which type of system is best for your home when you’re considering a reverse osmosis system in Georgetown, TX.
We offer two types of reverse osmosis systems, each of which include a pressure pump that is responsible for pushing the water through your reverse osmosis system. Our three-stage reverse osmosis systems are the simplest type of system we install. Once the water is pumped into the system, it enters a pre-filter that is responsible for removing the first wave of pollutants that are present in your water. Once these contaminants are filtered out, the water passes through the osmosis membrane, which is a permeable membrane that uses tiny pores to filter out all of the dissolved pollutants from your water. Finally, the water passes through a second filter that removes any contaminants that may have snuck through the first two steps of the process.
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Five-stage reverse osmosis in Georgetown, TX also starts out with the water being pushed from the high-pressure pump into the pre-filter that removes a large quantity of sediments and pollutants. Also, a large portion of the chlorine that creates a chemical-heavy taste in your water comes out in the pre-filter. The pre-filter is followed by a carbon filter that possesses a negative charge that allows it to attract all of the positively charged contaminants. The third step includes a polypropylene filter that removes any sediment particles above one micron in size. After the water has passed through these three filters, it gets to the osmosis membrane that removes all of the impurities, including salts, metals, sediments, and more. Finally, much like the three-stage system, the five-stage reverse osmosis system includes a post-filter that “polishes” the water and removes any minuscule contaminants that may have found a way to get past the previous steps.
Go Green with Reverse Osmosis
In a time where many people are looking to lower their carbon footprint and become more eco-friendly, reverse osmosis provides a great opportunity to do that. Each year, Americans purchase roughly 50 billion plastic water bottles to combat the fact that their tap water has such a strong chemical taste. Remarkably, less than 20% of those plastic water bottles make it into the recycling bin, which means that billions of plastic water bottles end up in landfills. While you’re obviously not throwing away billions of water bottles yourself, anything that you can do to lower that number plays a role in protecting the environment from unnecessary trash buildup.
You’ve Got Questions, and We’ve Got Answers
Understanding home water treatment can be difficult. When you’re trying to find the best way to make the water in your home safe for you and your family, there is a lot to consider. Fortunately, the friendly, professional plumbers who make up the team at Parobek Water Solutions are here to guide you through the process. Our plumbers will only recommend the systems that you need to purify the water that you rely on in your home. Call Parobek Water Solutions today at (512) 233-6308 to ask about a free reverse osmosis consultation.
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