Reverse Osmosis Systems Services in Santa Fe, NM by Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing
You can see the term “reverse osmosis” in the fine print of many store–bought water bottles. It refers to a process by which the water is filtered through a specific mesh, filtering out high concentrates of impurities and making the water cleaner and tastier. But that process isn’t limited to big bottlers. You can install a reverse osmosis system in your home that does the same job, giving you clean and great–tasting water every time you turn on the tap. This is important concern here in Santa Fe, NM, where hard water is common and similar contaminants can seep into our water supply.
You can depend on Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing to install, maintain and repair a reserve osmosis system in your home. Not only can we help you select the right make and model for your circumstances and install it with consideration and care, but we’ll be on hand to keep it maintained throughout the years, and in the event that trouble arises, we’re on call to take care of any repairs. Contact us today. We’ll fill you in on all the details and get the process started!
For reverse osmosis services in Santa Fe, NM, count on Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing to do the job right!
How Does a Reverse Osmosis System Work?
Reverse osmosis systems are complicated, but the basics are actually fairly simple. Water containing dust, minerals and similar contaminants is contained in one half of a tank with pure water in the other half. The two halves are separated by a semi–permeable membrane, and normally the pure water would move through the membrane to balance out the contaminated water. With reverse osmosis, pressure is applied to the contaminated side to push the contaminated water through to the other side. The particles are left, and the pure water can then be moved into your plumbing and your pipes.
As a result, your drinking water will taste like you bought it from a store, as will any food you cook with water from your sink. If you add up the cost of buying filtered water in bottles, a reserve osmosis system can save you quite a bit of money. But it goes beyond that. Purified water makes your baths and showers feel better and goes easy on your laundry loads, helping to keep your colors bright and preventing your clothes from deteriorating over time.
Count on Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing for Installation, Service and Repair of Reverse Osmosis Systems
As you can imagine, a system like that requires periodic maintenance to clean and keep running, especially in Santa Fe, NM, where hard water deposits are common. We will be with you every step of the way, starting with the installation. Once your new system is up and running, we’ll set up a service schedule for you, to help keep your reverse osmosis system in the pink and to anticipate any repairs that might be needed. If they are, Roadrunner Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing offers prompt service, ensuring that you won’t be caught off–guard by an emergency. If you live in Santa Fe, NM, give us a call and let us go to work for you!