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6 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE PURCHASING A REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM

We all know we’re supposed to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and healthy. But wouldn’t it be nice if your water tasted so good you actually wanted to drink more? And if it was so clean you could feel confident about your family drinking more? A reverse osmosis system is a great way to improve the quality and taste of your home drinking water.

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What is Reverse Osmosis and How Does it Work?

Whether your water comes from a municipal water supply or your own private well, it contains impurities — contaminants that make your water less-than-desirable and, in some cases, less-than-tasty. Depending on where you live, your tap water might contain lead, chlorine, chloramine, nitrates, detergents, sulfates, pesticides, bacteria, pharmaceuticals, sediment, and even arsenic.

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Getting Better Water: All about Reverse Osmosis

With a renewed commitment to healthy living, many homeowners have been opting for water purification systems in their homes for delivering cleaner, better tasting drinking water for themselves and their families. There are many different types of products to choose from and the most popular is reverse osmosis. When you’re looking into reverse osmosis for your Edina home, look no further than Haferman Water Conditioning. Our water filtration experts are here to explain what reverse osmosis is along with its many great benefits.

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FAQs About Reverse Osmosis

Homeowners have come to realize reverse osmosis systems offer many distinct advantages, so we thought we would take the time to answer some of the most common questions we get about these systems, how they work and what benefits they offer.

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The Many Benefits of Reverse Osmosis

As more people catch on to the advantages of reverse osmosis drinking water systems, they are becoming increasingly popular. And with good reason! Reverse osmosis for your Shakopee home can help you get the pure and cleaning drinking water that you want. Here are some other reasons you should look into reverse osmosis if you are thinking about buying a water purification system for your home.

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Reverse Osmosis and Water Conditioning

If you already have a water softener in your home, you might be wondering why you should even consider a reverse osmosis system. There are many different reasons a reverse osmosis system and a water softener work well together to bring you and your family water that is pure and clean. We specialize in installing reverse osmosis systems in Minnetonka and the surrounding areas, and here are a few good reasons these two systems can work so well together.

For one thing, a reverse osmosis system and a water softener actually serve two different purposes. A water softener turns hard water into soft water by reducing or eliminating the calcium and magnesium that is found in the water. A reverse osmosis system filters other impurities out of your water after it’s been softened by the water softener.

A water softener can also help a reverse osmosis system work better and more efficiently. The membranes in a reverse osmosis system are fragile. So a water softener removes calcium and magnesium, which would normally clog up the membrane, and the reverse osmosis system will have a chance to work even better, not to mention it might last longer because the water has already been pre-treated.

Along with a water softener, a reverse osmosis system can help you save money in the long run. When you get pure and clean drinking water right out of your tap, there is no need to spend money on bottles of water. Simply get a reusable water bottle, fill it from your tap and you are ready to go!

Finally, a reverse osmosis system coupled with a water softener could help you save money on soap and cleaning products. When your water has been softened and treated, soap is easier to lather and you need fewer cleaning products overall. You could save money on these products in the long run.

Reverse osmosis systems are easy to maintain too. You simply need to be sure you change out the membranes and filters on a regular basis. We can come out and take a look at your system on a regular basis to make sure it is still working as it should be. Besides that, it should be easy to keep fresh and clean water flowing throughout your home!

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