Water Quality Team
Our GOAL is to advise customers and install truly innovative and effective water quality improvement solutions that have a positive impact.
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Water Softening Benefits
Living in a home with hard water can be a costly problem. When groundwater flows through the pipes of your home the dissolved minerals combine with heat, leaving scale and buildup that damages your pipes, appliances, and fixtures.
When water falls as rain, it’s pure and free of minerals or soft water. As it flows through the ground, it collects minerals like calcium and magnesium along the way. Water that has collected a large amount of minerals is classified as hard water. Hard water is not harmful to your health, but it is harmful to your home.
Precision Plumbing & Heating offers water softeners that work to treat hard water by removing the minerals responsible through a process called ion exchange. Mineral ions that cause hardness and damage to your home are trapped by resin within the system and exchanged for sodium and potassium ions.
There are many benefits of water softening including:
Impact Water Products
Enjoy the Benefits of Filtered Water from Every Tap in Your Home
Precision Plumbing & Heating is the Central Coasts expert on Impact Water Products. Impact Water Products are manufactured in the USA and sources primarily USA made products from respected USA based companies. Precision Plumbing and Impact Water Products caters to water quality. We offer consultation, installation, superb customer support, technical assistance, custom systems to meet any need and quality products at competitive prices.
What is Reverse Osmosis? Sometimes called RO, it is a water purification process where you filter out unwanted molecules, particles, and sediments (like chlorine, salt and dirt).
How does it work? Let’s think back to our high school chemistry class……Water passes through a semi-permeable membrane from a more concentrated side (more contaminants) of the RO membrane to the less concentrated solution (less contaminants) to provide clean drinking water. A semipermeable membrane has small pores that block contaminants but allow water molecules to flow. In osmosis, water becomes more concentrated as it passes through the membrane to obtain equilibrium on both sides.
Reverse osmosis, however, blocks contaminants from entering the less concentrated side of the membrane. The results are clean drinking water. Reverse Osmosis systems are usually installed at your kitchen sink. A small tank and the filters are installed under the kitchen sink and a faucet on the counter/sink top is installed to access the RO water. Using an RO system is a great way to help save the planet. How you ask? You will no longer need to purchase bottled water or have water delivered.
You can produce your own pure water with an RO system in your home. No more plastic bottles going to the land fill or filling up the recycle bin. Cuts down on your carbon footprint because you are not paying to have bottled water trucked from one place to another and you don’t have to lift heavy cases of bottled water. We can even install a Reverse Osmosis system at your business at the break room kitchen sink.