Reverse Osmosis Systems

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Do you have concerns about the water coming into your home? You may want to consider the installation of a reverse osmosis system for your home in Idaho Falls, ID. A whole–house reverse osmosis system can remove the contaminants you may be afraid of, such as lead and nitrates, while keeping in the good minerals that help fuel your body. Do you already have a reverse osmosis system, but need a reliable company to call for repairs and maintenance? The water treatment specialists at Advanced Home Services can expertly install, repair, replace, and maintain a number of water treatment systems for your home, including reverse osmosis systems, so that you can have the peace of mind knowing that the water is clean and fresh throughout your property.

Do you have questions, or want to know more about our reverse osmosis services? Call our trained professionals at (208) 269-9556 and schedule an appointment for water treatment installation.

How a Reverse Osmosis System Works

You’ve probably heard of osmosis in relation to biology and cells, and this idea is similar in a reverse osmosis system. With a reverse osmosis system, the cold water from your well or main water line is pushed at a high rate of speed through a permeable film. This film is designed to capture contaminants, which are larger than water molecules. As the water is pushed through, the contaminants are trapped and the water molecules, including the healthy minerals, flow into a small storage tank, where the newly–cleaned water resides, ready for use.

Common Problems with Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse osmosis systems are pretty durable, but at some point you may need to call for repairs for your system. Common issues that can develop with a reverse osmosis system include:

  • Clogged water feeder valve: Sometimes sediment can get inside the feeder valve and clog it.
  • Clogged membrane: The membrane collects a great deal of contaminants and may become clogged.
  • Low water pressure: The water pressure coming from a reverse osmosis system should be 40 psi. If it isn’t, one of our trained experts can determine why your pressure isn’t correct.
  • Pressure in holding tank isn’t correct: The storage tank can lose water pressure for a few reasons, including rupture of the air bladder.
  • Automatic shut–off valve isn’t working: Typically this calls for replacement of the valve, which should only be handled by an expert.

We Install, Repair, Replace, and Maintain Whole House Reverse Osmosis Systems in Idaho Falls, ID

Our trained professionals are here to help you with your reverse osmosis system at any time. Looking for installation? Give us a call. Have an existing system that needs repair or maintenance? Make an appointment with one of our experts. We understand that having clean, fresh water in your home is a priority, so it is our priority, too. If you are experiencing problems with your reverse osmosis system, or want to see what this kind of water filtration system can do for your home, contact the experts you can count on: Advanced Home Services.

Contact us online or call (208) 269-9556 today. We serve customers throughout Idaho Falls, Rigby, Ammon, Shelley, Blackfoot, Pocatello, St. Anthony, Chubbuck, Rexburg, Sugar City, Driggs, and Victor.

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