4 Advantages to Purifying Your Water Through Reverse Osmosis
Posted: October 1, 2017 to Drinking Water
A lot of people have heard of reverse osmosis when it comes to their drinking water. But they’re not sure what the advantages are of it, or what it actually removes from drinking water. Below we’ll look at some of the things that reverse osmosis will remove from water and some of the other advantages of it.
One thing that you want to remember is that chances are that your water isn’t pure. But when you are using a system for reverse osmosis, you’re going to discover that your water is containing a lot fewer contaminants. Below are some of the contaminants that reverse osmosis can remove from your water:
- Cyst (cryptosporidium)
- Nitrates & nitrites (hexavalent and trivalent)
But removing contaminants isn’t the only advantage of using reverse osmosis. There are also some other benefits you’ll find with this type of system.
1. It Will Save You Money
Since we’re not sure about what is in our drinking water, a lot of people have resorted to drinking bottled water. It can be very expensive to keep buying the bottled water. But with this type of system, you won’t have to buy bottled water anymore because your water will be healthier.
2. Your Water Will Taste Better
Without all of the contaminants and other things in your water, it’s going to taste a lot better than it did before. This means that anything you make with your tap water will taste better, like coffee, tea, and other drinks you make with the water.
3. Your Ice Cubes Will be Clear
Have you ever noticed how cloudy your ice cubes are? That’s because of all of the gases and other things in the water. But once your water is pure, you’ll find that you are creating clear ice cubes.
As you can see, there are several advantages to having this kind of system in your house. So why not save yourself some money and have better drinking water at the same time with reverse osmosis?
About Aqua Care
We service more than 800 water systems throughout Lee and Collier County on a regular basis.
The various types of systems we install and service range from the standard aerator water system to the more modern twin tank water systems designed to remove offensive odors and soften the water.
We also maintain point of entry, or whole house, reverse osmosis systems. Contact us today: (239) 939-3656