Not having a whole home water filtration system can lead to harmful toxins in the main water line in your home. Whenever you wash your hands, dishes, take a shower, or make use of the water in your home you may be exposed to toxins and bacteria from your water. This can lead to a variety of health concerns, such as skin irritation, inflammation and rashes. In addition, it may cause gastrointestinal issues such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. If left untreated, these toxins can pose a risk to your family's safety in the long term.
Not sure where to begin filtering your home’s water? The experts at Oak Plumbing can install a water filtration system for you, taking the worry out of water filtration. Installing a water filtration system is an effective way to ensure the safety of your home’s water supply, so don’t wait! Begin protecting your home from harmful toxins with Oak Plumbing today.
Whole home filtration:
We offer several types of filters for your home. A whole home filtration system is connected to your water main line before it has the chance to get to your home. A whole home filtration system is able to filter out harmful bacteria, toxins, and much more. Having a whole home filtration system installed will ensure that every faucet in your home is safe to use.
Point of Use Filtration:
If you’re looking for an affordable water filtration option, point-of-use filters are the way to go. Point-of-use filters are able to filter out the same harmful toxins and bacteria that a whole home system can. However, they are installed directly on your faucet or in your refrigerator. This is an excellent option if you’re looking for a more economical way to protect your household water supply.
We not only install R/O systems, but we also maintain pre-existing systems. An R/O system (Reverse Osmosis) is a water purification process that uses a semi-permeable membrane to filter unwanted contaminants. For those looking for the highest level of filtration, a reverse osmosis system is the way to go. These systems use multiple stages of filtration to remove even the tiniest particles from your water supply. Reverse osmosis systems are ideal for those with sensitive skin as it can help reduce soap scum and other irritants that may be in your water.
We work on water softener systems as well. Along with installing, we also maintain these systems. In order to keep any filter in your home running at peak performance, scheduled maintenance is key. Water softeners are designed to remove hard minerals from your water supply. Hard minerals can make your dishwashing and laundry detergents less effective, create buildup in pipes, and limit the life of your appliances. A quality water softener will help you avoid these issues and ensure a longer lasting home plumbing system.
Whole Home Filtration System Water Quality Test:
If you are in the market for a new home water filter, a water quality test is the first step will be to have your water quality tested so both your technician and yourself will know which filter will work best for your home.
Once you have the necessary information, your technician will be able to install the right filter in your home. The installation process typically requires a few hours depending on the complexity of the system. During this time, he or she will ensure that everything is correctly connected and working properly.
Maintaining a water filter system is easy and straightforward. Depending on the model you choose, it will require periodic checking to ensure that all of its parts are in good working condition. Regular cleaning of the system's filters, cartridges, tanks and valves will be necessary to keep your water quality as clean as possible. Additionally, keeping an eye out for any potential blockages or leaks is important for ensuring that your system continues to run smoothly. In the event of any issue, be sure to contact a professional technician as soon as possible.
If you are still unsure about what water filtration services you need, please don’t hesitate to reach out and our experts will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our services.