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Reverse Osmosis Systems / UV
Reverse Osmosis SystemsIt's all in the WATER
Water, without a doubt, is the most crucial element in your kitchen. The taste of your food and drink is dramatically enhanced when the water you use is the best it can be.
Did you know, for instance, that coffee is 98% water and 2% coffee soluble material? The quality of the water you use, therefore, is quite important. This holds true for other beverages like teas and juices.
The way to nearly perfect water? A Reverse Osmosis System! Reverse Osmosis is a process utilizing a semi-permeable membrane providing product water 90-98% free of dissolved minerals and organics.
What does a Reverse Osmosis System mean for you? Water that simply tastes great, is better for you, and is right at your fingertips!
Our attractive designer faucets, installed at your kitchen sink, will guarantee that you will have high-quality, premium water available for all your drinking and cooking needs. You can also have one of our Reverse Osmosis Systems connected to your ice maker in the refrigerator for fresh and clean ice cubes!
Why use UV?: UV is effective at inactivating bacteria, viruses, and protozoa such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia which may be present in water supplies from all sources. Many people believe that well water is pristine, glacier water is pure and Municipal water is treated to safety standards specified by regulatory bodies. While all of this is generally true, even these "good" sources of water may be contaminated.
Groundwater quality can be degraded by failing septic systems, animal farms and many other sources. Groundwater in the aquifer is continuously moving, which makes contamination intermittent. It can test "good" today but fail tomorrow. People who fall sick tend to blame it on the food they ate or some other explanation because they believe their water is safe.
Call us today (Altoona, WI Office 715.834.7716 | Rice Lake, WI Office 715.236.7966 | Toll Free 800.657.4533) and experience your morning 'Cup of Joe' the way it was meant to be enjoyed!