Water

WATER FILTRATION

Water Softener

Water Softener

Having hard water is one of those things you can live with, but really shouldn’t. If you notice any of the following signs around your home, you likely have hard water and may need to add a water softener:

  • Limescale buildup around faucets or showerheads

  • Soap scum on shower walls, bathtubs, sinks and other fixtures in the kitchen or bathroom

  • Plumbing and pipe corrosion due to mineral buildup

  • Streaky or spotty dishes

  • Stiff laundry after washing

  • Irritated, dry skin, or dull hair

 

 

We at O&M Plumbing want to make sure you have the best water running through your home to protect not only you and your family but all of your water appliances from the buildup of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals.  Homes with water softeners that are regularly maintained help prolong the life of water using appliances such as water heaters, dishwashers, refrigerators, and washers.  Water softeners help you save money by reducing the buildup of harsh minerals.  They also provide better water for you, and your family.  No more dry, irritated skin or dull, dehydrated hair!

 

 To learn more about the water softener we provide click here
 

Reverse Osmosis

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Provide the best drinking water to your family with an O&M Hydroguard Reverse Osmosis System. 

 

The majority of the bottled water you can purchase in stores have been through an R.O. system before it is bottled.  Now you can have the best water on tap at home, no need to lug cases of water from the store home.  

 

A reverse osmosis system removes sediment and chlorine from water with a pre-filter before it forces water through a semipermeable membrane to remove dissolved solids. After water exits the RO membrane, it passes through a postfilter to polish the drinking water before it enters a dedicated faucet. 

 

Have you notice any of the following in your home: 

  • A sour, salty, bitter or metallic taste due to total dissolved solids (TDS)

  • A "bleachy" taste due to chlorine added in by municipalities

  • A musty, woody taste due to organic contaminants like algae

  • A soapy or chemical taste due to contaminated private wells

To learn more about the reverse osmosis system we offer, click here.

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