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Orlando Water Treatment Systems and Water Softeners
If you are thinking about installing a water treatment system to help improve the water quality in your home, call Modern Plumbing Industries, Inc. (MPI). We install and maintain reverse osmosis systems, specialty cartridges and housings, and many other types of water purification systems. We're licensed, insured, and experts on the following:
- Reverse Osmosis Systems
- Water Softener Systems
- And more!
Our Orlando water treatment specialists are happy to provide you everything you need to know about water quality and how it can affect your plumbing system. Call MPI any time to set up a consultation about installing a new water treatment system.
Water Treatment Options for your Orlando Residential Water System
When you are trying to decide which water treatment system best suits your needs, it is important to understand the types of contaminants commonly found in municipal water systems. While it isn’t common for water from a public source to contain bacteria and microorganisms, you should also have your tap water tested for those contaminants if you have concerns about your water.
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Municipal water may have trace amounts of metals or minerals, or the water could be too acidic. The best way to know what types of contaminants may be in your water is to use a DIY water testing kit, or contact a professional to test your water.
Reverse Osmosis Systems
If your water contains high levels of unwanted minerals, a reverse osmosis system filters the water with a special membrane to remove the contaminants and separate the salts and minerals. Because water softeners add sodium to the water, they can make the water unfit to drink; therefore, adding a reverse osmosis is an important part of your water filtration process if you soften your water. Call the Orlando water treatment specialists at MPI if you have further questions about these systems.
Specialty Cartridges and Housing
Using DI resin cartridges and other specialty cartridges are also another way to filter or de–mineralize your tap water. This is also another important part of filtration that should be used in with water softeners and reverse osmosis systems to properly rebalance your drinking water.
You can also install arsenic and nitrate and arsenic cartridges to filter out excess amounts of nitrates and sulfates; however, installing these cartridges is only necessary in areas where arsenic levels make the water unfit to drink. Always have your water tested by a qualified water testing provider to be sure.
Water Treatment & Water Softeners in Orlando, Florida
At Modern Plumbing Industries, Inc. (MPI), we understand how important it is to have healthy drinking water in Central Florida, and we make customer education an important part of our comprehensive plumbing services. Demonstrating the proper operation and maintenance of any piece of plumbing equipment is a priority at MPI, so you can be sure that you’ll know the steps to take to help your system last for many years.
Installing a water softener system in your Orlando home is a very smart investment. The state of Florida contains more than 15 grains of hard water minerals per gallon, which is one of the worst in the entire country. With a water softener system, you can remove the magnesium and calcium ions that create hard water, which can add on many years to the life of your plumbing system and water heater.
Call MPI today to speak with one of our Orlando water treatment system specialists.