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-Erik Chorazy, Mt. Angel, Oregon
When it comes to water filtration, we know you’ve got plenty of options. From pitcher filters, refrigerator filters, and countertop systems to under-sink multi-stage reverse osmosis, there’s no lack of choices!
The question is, which is the best option for your home and water quality?
The first step is getting your water tested to understand better what’s in it. Not all filters remove all types of contaminants. In fact, there are many types of filters on the market for many types of water issues.
A free water test can typically provide the information you need to understand what type of filter is best. A more thorough analysis may be necessary if the basic test comes back with irregularities or high total dissolved solids that can’t be accounted for by common minerals such as calcium, or iron.
From there you can discuss with one of our water professionals which type of filtration will provide you with the highest amount of contaminant reduction in a cost-effective way for your budget.
To learn more about how we can help you get the right water filtration system the first time for the high-quality water you and your family deserve, contact us today at (866) 873-1110 or fill out the contact form for a quick response.
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Mt. Angel Reverse Osmosis
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Throughout your home and throughout your life, a Brita® PRO Mt. Angel Reverse Osmosis from Shiloh Water Systems can improve the quality & taste of your drinking & cooking water. Whether you live in an area known for water contamination or some other concern, we have the solution for your Mt. Angel home.
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190 West Church Street PO Box 257 Mt. Angel OR 97362
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Frequently Asked Reverse Osmosis Questions:
What is reverse osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove unwanted molecules and particles from drinking water.
What does reverse osmosis remove?
Reverse Osmosis removes common chemical contaminants such as:
Some systems may also reduce:
How much is reverse osmosis system?
A Reverse Osmosis System cost depends on the type of system you’re looking to purchase. Under sink reverse osmosis systems range from $250 to $7,500. Whole house reverse osmosis systems range from $1,000 – $18,000. System costs depend on a number of factors but are most closely tied to the amount of water that needs to be filtered per day.
How to remineralize water after reverse osmosis?
You can remineralize water after reverse osmosis filtering through various methods. Most modern reverse osmosis systems include a remineralization tank that takes care of adding minerals back into your water for you.
How to make reverse osmosis water alkaline?
You can make reverse osmosis water alkaline by adding alkaline minerals and raising the ph of your filtered water.
What is not removed by reverse osmosis?
What is not removed by reverse osmosis may surprise some. While RO filters will reduce a wide range of contaminants from your water, it will not remove some pesticides, solvents, volatile organic chemicals VOCs (like chlorine and radon), dissolved gases (ammonia, carbon dioxide, oxygen, hydrogen sulfide), and organic contaminants (such as formaldehyde, methanol, acetonitrile, methyl ethyl ketone, etc.).
How much water does reverse osmosis waste?
Reverse osmosis wastes on average about 4 gallons of water per gallon made. If you use 3 gallons a day for drinking, cooking and internal consumption, that means you will waste about 12 gallons, making a reverse osmosis system about 25% efficient. Comparatively, a washing machine and dishwasher use electricity and hot water (which takes energy to heat) and waste every gallon of water they use.