Clean, safe drinking water is a fundamental necessity for every household—especially those in Northeast Ohio dealing with hard water.
As concerns about water quality grow, many homeowners are turning to reverse osmosis (RO) water systems to ensure the purity of their tap water. When considering a reverse osmosis system installation, it's essential to understand the process and be prepared for the plumber's visit. Additionally, you must decide whether to install the system under the sink or in the basement.
Keep reading as we guide you through the steps to prepare for the installation and provide a comparison between the two installation options. Let’s start with preparing for installing a reverse osmosis water system.
Before scheduling the reverse osmosis water system installation, do thorough research to find an experienced licensed plumber with a solid reputation. Look for online reviews, seek recommendations from friends or family, and inquire about their experience with installing reverse osmosis systems.
That Plumber is the perfect choice for reverse osmosis system installation and service for families in Northeast Ohio.
It's crucial to have a clear understanding of your water quality to determine the right type of RO system for your needs. You may need to conduct a water test to identify any contaminants present, ensuring the selected reverse osmosis system can effectively filter them out.
There are various types of RO water systems available, including point-of-use (under-the-sink) and point-of-entry (basement) systems.
Consider your household's water consumption, available space, and budget to make an informed decision. (More on this in the next section.)
Regardless of the chosen installation location, make sure the area is clear and accessible to the plumber. Remove any obstructions and create a safe working environment.
Still not sure which type of RO system would work best for your home? That Plumber can help. Here’s a breakdown of the pros and cons between under-the-sink and basement reverse osmosis water system installations.
Installing a reverse osmosis water system is a significant step towards ensuring clean and safe drinking water for your family. By being well-prepared and choosing a reputable plumber—such as That Plumber—you can make the installation process smoother and more efficient.
With the right RO system and proper installation, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your family has access to the purest and healthiest drinking water.
Contact That Plumber today to find out how we can install a reverse osmosis system in your home.