Are you thinking about a reverse osmosis water treatment system?
You have heard of the advantages I’m sure, but what about any issues?
Is it expensive?
Can you install the system yourself?
Is this the right system for your home or office?
Some people are most interested in removing the “chlorine taste” or other off flavors from their drinking water. Other concerns include bacteria or heavy metals that are sometimes present in drinking water. Different problems require a different approach.
If you are on a municipal water source you probably have safe water and may just want to improve the taste and odor. If that is the case, a small under-sink model may be just the solution for you. They can deliver several gallons a day of pleasant drinking water. The cost is quite reasonable and you may be able to do the installation yourself.
If you do the installation or maintenance of your system yourself you’ll want to be sure to keep the filters changed and be sure you understand the operation of your system. The membrane can be damaged by chemicals in the water and may fail, allowing contaminates to pass into your water.
If you don’t feel up to the maintenance and installation challenge, you will probably want to talk to a professional. A specialist can analyze your needs and suggest a safe and satisfying solution to your water needs. A reverse osmosis system may be what you need, or at least an important part of your system.