Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems
Water that is so pure...
it's almost like having a mountain stream in your sink!
Renegade Water Services uses reverse osmosis filtering systems to turn undesirable water into sparkling, fresh, drinking water by forcing the water through a semi-permiable membrane. Contaminants such as chlorine, heavy metals, chemicals, pesticides and herbicides are trapped and clean water passes through. Renegade Water utilizes extended contact-time filtration to make sure that up to 98% of all impurities are removed.
If THM's are your worry, Renegade Water has that covered. Some R/O systems are not designed to remove these specific impurities, however, all Renegade R/O's do! We use at least two activated carbon blocks in every reverse osmosis system that we install. Having one of Renegade Water's R/O units installed ensures that you have drinking water that is free of any harmful levels of THM's.
Reverse osmosis systems are much smaller than a water softener. This compact system is designed to fit under your sink to provide you with the freshest drinking water right in your kitchen. In most cases R/O water can also be routed to your water dispensing refrigerator!
Imagine the cost of cooking with bottled water and what an expense that would be! Our R/O system will filter such a plentiful amount of water that you will not only use it to drink but find yourself giving it to your pets, watering house plants, filling fish tanks and cooking with it as well.
Having fresh water to drink and cook with right from your own sink or refrigerator is much more cost effective than having to take the time to drive to the store and buy bottled water. Here in the valley we already pay a delivery charge for the water that comes from the city. Why pay twice for water when you can turn the bad tasting, unappealing water that you already have into clean, clear drinking water?
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Renegade Water uses two different Reverse Osmosis systems depending on the need of your particular water. Your water technician will help you determine which system is best for your situation.