Over the past several years, we have learned that quality drinking water is not something that can be taken for granted. One way we combat this problem is by purchasing bottled water, though recent studies have shown bacteria and other contaminants have been found in bottled water. In fact, in most cases, bottled water is comparable to your very own tap water. Not to mention the cost associated with bottled water and the use of plastic.
While we do recommend Whole House Water Filtration, we suggest Reverse Osmosis for drinking water. One of the main reasons we suggest this is the reverse osmosis process is so incredibly thorough. This is not simply a filter but rather a series of filters that remove bacteria, viruses, salts, pharmaceuticals, and other contaminants.
With a combination of pressure and semipermeable membrane, water pushes through from one pool to another, balancing out salts and other contaminants. The next phase of the process happens when clean water is pushed through to one side leaving only the objects that cannot fit through the membrane. It is such a small opening that not even salt can pass through, leaving only purified, clean quality water to be dispersed through your faucet. The diagram below will show the process.
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