Clean water isn’t a luxury; it’s a requirement. For better quality water, don’t rely on what’s coming directly out of your faucet. Contact us to learn more about installing an on-site water filtration system. There are several types of filtration systems available, and we’re here to help you choose the right one for your business. Read on to learn more about your options and the benefits of this added layer of protection to your water supply.
Which Water Filtration System is Right For Your Business?
There are a wide variety of options on the market when it comes to water filtration systems.
Carbon Filters: The most common choice is carbon filtration. These filters–which operate in water pitchers and as faucet-mounted filters and under-the-cabinet models–run water through a series of carbon layers. Each layer traps impurities and unwanted chemicals, leaving the water that comes out the other side a great deal cleaner and better-tasting than what originally went into the filter.
Ceramic Filters: Another common system is the ceramic filter. This type of filter uses a naturally occurring silica to filter out unwanted chemicals and substances from your water supply.
Reverse Osmosis: This system filters water through a membrane, removing all impurities from the water. The downside is that this system includes both healthy minerals as well as unhealthy contaminants.
Ceramic filters and reverse osmosis systems are slower and more costly than carbon-based filters, but they are preferred for high-quantity water use–ideal for busy commercial sites such as hospitals, restaurants, hotels, and malls.
Do You Need Professional Installation?
While it’s possible to install a water filter yourself, we don’t recommend it if you are installing a building-wide system. Water filters that have to hook into your plumbing require a knowledge of your overall pipe system. Without the proper tools and experience, an improperly installed filter can create problems when the water starts flowing.
Beyond the risk of something going wrong, there’s no guarantee or warranty on work performed by property owners. Our professional plumbers stand by their work–this means we will get the job done right the first time.
Ready for Better Water and Happier Staff and Customers?
Installing a water filtration system is a solid investment against outside contamination. Whether there’s something in the well, or the city has problems with the water filtration plants, a commercial water filtration system will provide clean water every time you turn on the tap.
Call us today at (516) 671-3232 to set up a convenient time to review your water filtration options!