• Under Sink

    Under Sink

  • Reverse Osmosis Systems

    Reverse Osmosis Systems

    Reverse Osmosis Water Filter

    What is a Reverse Osmosis System?

    Source: WQA

    A water treatment process that removes undesirable materials from water by using pressure to force the water molecules through a semipermeable membrane. This process is called "reverse" osmosis because the pressure forces the water to flow in the reverse direction (from the concentrated solution to the dilute solution) to the flow direction (from the dilute to the concentrated) in the process of natural osmosis. Visit our 'How Does Reverse Osmosis Work' guide to learn more and see the steps in a reverse osmosis system.

    RO systems are also used to purify water before sterilizing it with a Ultraviolet Systems or attached to a Bottleless Water Cooler.

    What does a Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Remove?

    Reverse osmosis water filtration systems can remove 90% of total dissolved solids (TDS) from water and can provide the purest water available for your home. Reverse osmosis water filters remove a wide range of contaminants and minerals from your drinking water, including sand, chlorine, fluoride, cryptosporidium, and hexavalent chromium.

    Reverse Osmosis Guides

    Reverse Osmosis Installation Guide Replacing Cartridges & Sanitizing System Reverse Osmosis System Comparison Pressure / Temperature Chart

  • Countertop Systems

    Countertop Systems

  • Everpure Systems

    Everpure Systems

  • Ultraviolet Sterilizer Systems

    Ultraviolet Sterilizer Systems

  • Whole House Systems

    Whole House Systems

    Whole House Benefit Diagram
    Whole House Water Filter

    Why choose a Whole House Water Filter?

    A whole house water filtration system will benefit every member of your family everyday. Showering in chlorine free water will make a noticeable difference in your hair and skin. These systems remove chlorine, taste and odor as well as dirt and sediments from your drinking water. These systems will not reduce water flow in a home with up to 2 bathrooms with standard showers.

    All of our whole house systems use Coconut Shell Activated Carbon media.

  • Water Softeners

    Water Softeners

    Water Softener Benefit Diagram

    Hard Water and Water Softening

    Hard water is the most common problem found in the average home. Hard water happens when calcium, magnesium, lime or other hardness minerals are dissolved in the water supply. This can cause soap to be less effective, such as dishwashers, laundry and showers. Water softeners remove these minerals through an automated process and without adding any sort of chemicals to your water supply. Find out more information in our water softener guide.

    These quality water softeners are made with Fleck Controls, Structural Poly Glass Tanks, and 8% cross link cation resin. You just can't get better components than these, but you can pay more, a lot more!

    Call a Certified Water Specialist at H2O with your questions about these softeners. We will be glad to help you get rid of your hard water and save money in the process.

      Systems made in the United States of America.

    Information on Hard Water

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  • Well Water Systems

    Well Water Systems

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    Well Water Treatment

    Well water filters remove elements, such as iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide, that commonly build up in private wells and also stop the corrosion of copper pipes. There are also models that can balance pH or remove sediment in addition to this.

    According to the EPA, approximately 15% of Americans get their water from private drinking supplies, such as wells. It is important for owners of private wells to test their water regularly (at least once a year) and perform proper water treatment. Avoiding storing or mixing any kind of hazardous chemicals near a well.

  • Shower Filters

    Shower Filters

  • Commercial Systems

    Commercial Systems