Gaithersburg Reverse Osmosis Systems
Clean, Fresh Water for Your Family
You may have seen the term “reverse osmosis system” on bottles of drinking water in your local grocery store. It refers to a specific process of purifying the water, leaving it free of contaminants and justifying the high price they charge for what would otherwise be ordinary drinking water. But did you know that you could have a reverse osmosis system installed in your own home?
The process of reserve osmosis is employed on a large scale for bottled water companies, but a much smaller system can be installed in your plumbing by the experts at Mallick Plumbing & Heating, Inc. With a whole-house reverse osmosis system, your water will taste as fresh and clean as the water from the store, without costing you a dime or forcing you to get rid of those plastic bottles.
If you have questions about reverse osmosis systems or want to learn more about your options, call (301) 804-6759 to speak with a knowledgeable staff member.
How Reverse Osmosis Works
Reverse osmosis sounds complex, and certainly the equipment used to facilitate it needs to be installed and repaired by trained professionals, but the concepts behind it are fairly simple. Pressure from your household water supply pushes the water through a membrane that filters out carbon, calcium, dirt, bacteria, and other contaminants.
Check valves and shut-off valves are available in some models to protect you in the event of a huge disaster, and the rest of the time, your reverse osmosis system leaves you with clean, fresh-tasting water as healthy as the kind bought in the store.
Deciding If Reverse Osmosis Is Right for You
The obvious benefits are cleaner water and considerable savings if you’re currently using local array of grocery stores to purchase clean water. But in the long run, it can do so much more for you. By removing impurities in the water, it helps keep your family healthy: of particular concern if you have a newborn in the household or are taking care of elderly family members.
Reverse osmosis systems also provide cleaner, healthier water for cleaning and bathing, and because they don’t have many moving parts, the chances of them suffering a serious breakdown are low. At Mallick Plumbing & Heating, our trained team can discuss the specifics with you, then set about installing your new system as quickly as possible.
We’re There for All System Services
Reverse osmosis systems can last a long time, provided they’re installed by skilled professionals, and a little care and maintenance is applied to them. Periodic cleaning is necessary to keep the filters pure, but that can be conducted by the pros at Mallick Plumbing & Heating, Inc. as part of a larger maintenance package.
We’ll also be there in the very unlikely event of a full breakdown, and we provide replacement services for reverse osmosis systems as well as installation of new systems in homes that don’t have them. Stop throwing money away on bottled water.