Reverse Osmosis Systems in Phoenix & Deer Valley, AZ
Make Sure Your Water is Safe and Tasteful
RO SPIGOT CHOICES
EACH RO INSTALL RECEIVES A STOCK CHROME SPIGOT INSTALLED (spigot upgrades available see other options above)
Model 603 = $40.00
Model 888 = $60.00
Model 905 = $60.00
SELECT FROM PICS ABOVE TO SELECT RO SPIGOT MODEL NUMBERS
603 BRUSHED NICKEL
603 AZ BRONZE
603 VENETIAN BRONZE
603 GLOSS BLACK
603 GLOSS WHITE
603 OIL RUBBED BRONZE
905 BRUSHED NICKEL
905 BRUSHED CHROME
905 AZ BRONZE
905 VENETIAN BRONZE
905 OIL RUBBED BRONZE
905 GLOSS BLACK
888 BRUSHED NICKEL
WHEN SELECTING SPIGOTS SIMPLY US THE MODEL NUMBER ABOVE TO GUARANTEE CORRECT SPIGOT ORDERING
Great tasting water Removal of up to 97% of all heavy metals, organics, and pesticides Greater economy than bottled water All of our reverse osmosis systems feature: TFC membranes, 18 up to 50 gallon per day available Automatic shut off valve to save water Color coded tubing for easy installation Long reach chrome faucet is standard (other colors available) Smaller storage tanks available to save space Tested at factory for quality and performance
What is the advantage of having a reverse osmosis system in your home? The answer is that it can provide crystal clear drinking water that not only looks better, but is also healthier for those who drink the water. Your taste buds will thank you for the better tasting water and ice cubes you can enjoy, and your body will appreciate the difference because of the health benefits that you will realize.
But you want to be certain that you purchase a reverse osmosis system from a dealer that is known for quality products and service, in addition to affordable prices. Don’t worry, however, because American Home Water has you covered on both fronts.
A home reverse osmosis system provides bottled quality water at your kitchen sink and a refrigerator icemaker and water dispenser. The systems actually make water that is so pure you can see through an ice cube end to end along the edges. And the price is reasonable when you consider the long-term health benefits, because the systems cost between $209 and $359 installed including sales tax, but require an extra charge for icemaker hookup, for faucets other than chrome, designer faucets and to drill granite countertops.
Reverse Osmosis yearly maintenance cost is $98 for a four stage RO and $110 for a five stage. We contact our customers annually as a reminder. These systems cost between $199 and $359 installed including sales tax but require an extra charge for icemaker hookup, faucets other than chrome, designer faucets and to drill granite countertops.
A home reverse osmosis is something that you can’t do without. This is because it provides great tasting water by removing up to 97 percent of all heavy metals, organics, and pesticides. And when you consider the price, the system is more economical and convenient than the cost and trouble of having to repeatedly purchase bottled water.
There are other things that you should also know about a home reverse osmosis system. These important facts include the system’s ability to provide you with anywhere from 18 to 50 gallons of water a day. The system is also efficient because an automatic shut off valve saves water, smaller tanks are available to save space, and each unit is tested at the factory for quality and performance.
You can be confident that American Home Water is the right choice when you are looking for a reverse osmosis system because of the dedication of its founders, Tom Atkinson and Tom Knapp, who started the company in 1985 and have been friends since childhood. In their years in business they have won several awards for consumer care presented to them by the Electric League of Arizona.
There is really nothing to worry about when you are looking for a reverse osmosis system. This is because you already know the perfect provider and this is American Home Water. They’re eager to speak with you, you can call them at 602-993-0083 or complete the form to the right.
BIG BLUE WHOLE HOME WATER FILTRATION
Whole house filtration systems are the most convenient way of purifying all the water that is used in your home. Whole house water filters are categorised as point-of-entry (POE) filters because they filter all the water that enters your home, before it gets distributed to water outlets throughout your house. What this essentially means is that you can get the same quality filtered water in your shower as you do in your kitchen, without installing separate filters for your kitchen and bathroom. What are the advantages and disadvantages of whole house water filters, and should you buy one for your home?
Pros and cons of whole house water filters
Pros of whole house water filters
Some of the most important advantages of whole house water filters can be summed up as follows:
- Convenience: As soon as water enters your home, it gets purified, this means that you will have access to filtered water for all your water consumption needs. Whether you’re drinking tea, taking a shower or washing your clothes, you’ll be doing so knowing that the water you use is free from the damaging effect of certain contaminants.
- Cost-efficiency: Without a whole house water filter, you may be forced to install a water filter for every important water outlet in your home. This could amount to higher costs than installing a whole house filter. More water filters also mean more maintenance. A single system means less money and time spent on maintaining two or more systems.
- Complexity: Whole-house water filters are usually multi-stage filter systems that rely on the filtration power of more types of filter media and/or filtration methods to get rid of a vast array of contaminants that point-of-use filters may not be able to tackle. The complexity of whole house water filters also lies in the fact that these types of systems are capable of a higher filtered water output than point-of-use filters.
Cons of whole house water filters
While whole house filtration systems have plenty of advantages, they do come with certain disadvantages too:
- Whole house filters filter all water supplied to your home, without the possibility of “fine-tuning” this filtration process. Point-of-use filters like under-sink filters of shower filters can allow you to take a more targeted approach to filtration and obtain filtered water of the desired quality, instead of having drinking water quality filtered water at every water outlet.
- Installing a whole house water filter requires more plumbing skills than installing a simple counter-top or under-sink water filter, and you may need to hire a plumber for this purpose.