Unit Installation and Water Filters
If you’re looking for reverse osmosis services in the Dover area, you’ve come to the right place. At Martin’s Water Treatment, we’ve been specializing in water services for 25 years and know how to get the job done right the first time. We’ve built a trust with our community, so you know you’ll be getting quality reverse osmosis services every time you come to us.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis refers to actual name of the scientific purification process the water undergoes. Simply put, reverse osmosis is a water treatment system that purifies water from a kitchen sink. The reverse osmosis system treats the nitrates in your entire house, which then provides purified water. This makes water safe for drinking, washing hands, doing dishes, and bathing.
How Does It Work?
Reserve osmosis works by separating liquid using a membrane, microfilter, and several carbon filters. When filtered through this system, any contaminants are removed from the water and disposed of, purifying the water at your kitchen sink.
Our 5 stage Reverse Osmosis drinking water system provides the highest level of water filtration & purification available.
Purification by reverse osmosis, using our 5- stage filter system, sends your water through the first 3 stages (1 sediment filter + 2 carbon filters) which break the water molecules down to the size of a red blood cell.
The next stage is a coconut shell activated carbon post filter and the last stage is the membrane post, both of which take the red blood cell size water molecules and break them down even further to the size of an atom! It’s molecular separation of the water down to the cellular level, meaning only the PUREST water molecules are able to be filtered through and deposited into the purified water holding tank which feeds your separate sink spigot as well as fridge and ice maker if you have one.
This water is only used for consumption (drinking, cooking, coffee, tea, soup, ice cubes, etc.) It does NOT feed the whole house. It must have its own holding tank for the purified water because it takes about an hour to make a gallon of purified water because the purification process is so thorough. It tees off of your cold water line under the sink and works off your existing water pressure, so there is no need for an electrical outlet to install it.
Our Reverse Osmosis System is what’s known as a 1:1 system, meaning for every gallon of purified water it makes, it discards 1 gallon of waste water into your drain line. Most other units out there are anywhere from 3:1 to 10:1 and utilize 3 or 4 stages instead of 5. Not only does our system provide the highest level of purification, but it is also the most efficient with its purification to waste ratio!
The last step we take is to add a mineral filter on to our system to deposit the GOOD minerals back into the water, as well as raising the pH to an 8.8.
The benefits are endless – with our Reverse Osmosis System you can expect to see improvements in hydration, energy, mental clarity, inflammation, joint pain, skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis, acne, digestion, gut microbiome, nutrient absorption, skin tone, bloating, puffiness, kidney function, and detoxification from heavy metals and micro plastics.
Our bodies are over 70% water, and it couldn’t be more important to make sure that what you’re putting inside your body is of the highest caliber!
Reverse Osmosis Unit Installation
If you’d like to install a reverse osmosis unit in your home, trust us at Martin’s Water Treatment because “We treat your water right!” When we install your unit, it will come with a four-gallon storage tank. There will also be a bladder that holds two gallons of water and a permeating pump that is installed at your kitchen sink. We’ll also install a new faucet at your sink, which will run the purified water.
If you’d like a reverse osmosis unit installed to an ice maker, we can do that as well! We also offer extra storage tanks if you need more space to hold water. Our additional storage tanks come in two sizes: four gallon and fourteen gallon. The four-gallon unit stores two gallons of water and the fourteen-gallon unit stores about eight to nine gallons.
Our team of knowledgeable and skilled workers is eager to install a reverse osmosis unit in your home. You can even have the system installed on a different faucet in your home besides the kitchen sink. For more information on our installation services, feel free to call us.
Features and Benefits
All our reverse osmosis systems come with many benefits, which can include:
- Affordable and competitive pricing
- Special discounts
- One-year limited warranty
- Top-quality components
- Five-stage treatment for superior performance
- Non-metallic storage tanks
- Long-reach, tubing, and several other faucet types
- Quick connect fittings on the inlet and outlet
- Chrome faucets
- 50 GPD membranes, which are all made in the U.S.
Each of the reverse osmosis systems we offer has its own unique benefits and features. If you have a specific make and model you would like for your home, please reach out to us for more information on the specific features and benefits it comes with.
Filter Change and Maintenance
Not only do we install reverse osmosis systems, but we can come out to change the filters in your unit as well. It’s recommended that we come out annually to change the filters in your unit; otherwise, if you’re using an old filter, contaminants will be able to make it through the filter and leave you with unpurified water.
We also offer reverse osmosis unit maintenance to help keep your system in the best working condition at all times. If you need your tanks to be repressurized, schedule a time for us to come out to add some extra pressure to your faucets. We can also install and maintain a delivery or demand pump, which helps to raise your water pressure to the optimum levels. We can also routinely come out to inspect and check your unit to help keep it in its best shape to prevent unexpected problems.
Contact Martin’s Water Treatment
If you want to have a reverse osmosis unit installed in your home, contact us at Martin’s Water Treatment. Our family-owned and -operated business is eager to help you with any questions or concerns you might have about reverse osmosis systems. Contact us today to schedule a day for us to come out and install your new reverse osmosis unit so that you can start living with purified water.