Central Coast Water Treatment
Water Treatment Services in Atascadero, CA
The water in California increasingly requires filtration in a home setting. Due to pollution from wildfires, industrial and agricultural chemicals, urban runoff and a slowly decaying water infrastructure, it’s becoming increasingly likely that your water at home has contaminants in it. You may be able to taste something off in your water, but it’s not always blatantly obvious that water is unfit for drinking. If you live in a Central Coast city like Atascadero, water treatment services are a smart investment in the safety and future of your family.
Red’s On Time Plumbing serves San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, Atascadero and more with options for water filtration and purification. Our business has been around for over 40 years, so we know the area incredibly well, from down south in Santa Maria all the way up to San Miguel. Trust us to recommend the best solution to treat your water, just as others in the community have trusted us for decades.
Types of Water Filtration Systems
While there are many methods used by water filtration devices, they may be divided into two primary categories. The first is called point-of-entry water filtration. This type of water purification device is installed at the main water line and treats every drop of water that enters your house. These are also called whole-house water filters. They can be designed to target certain contaminants, like chlorine, sulfur and more.
Point-of-use water filtration systems work when a faucet or tap is turned on. This means they only filter the water for one fixture. For example, one might install a point-of-use filtration system on the kitchen sink. If you are primarily concerned about the quality of your drinking and cooking water, this could be the best solution for you. Point-of-use systems use reverse osmosis to filter the water, which is a technique that consistently delivers high-quality water and gets rid of 99% of contaminants. While point-of-use water filtration devices do not produce as much purified water, they are often worth installing in key locations for access to the highest quality drinking water.