Does your tap water taste unpleasant? Perhaps the water in your toilet and showers are suddenly a different colour than they used to be. That is a sign indication that there is sediment build up, a faulty water filter. When your water filtration system breaks down, sediment that have built up over time begins to show, making drinking water and general use water an odd colour and texture. Our plumbers in London Ontario are skilled to identify whether the issue lies in the water filtration system. Our professional plumbers can quickly fix the filtration system and get it running in a fraction of the time to do it yourself. Give us a call and our plumbers in London Ontario will quickly get the job done to maximize your convenience.
What we do to treat the water at Home/Commercially
What is the difference between them?
Softening the water is the term and process used to remove the hardness of the water. Water hardness is normally caused by an overabundance of metals within the water, giving it a hard taste and a disgusting smell if allowed to stagnate. These metals are normally iron and manganese, which comes which promotes bacterial and fungal growth.
Water distillation is the process of which we heat water and collect the water vapour and condense it into pure water. This long process is effective at removing bacteria, fungus, unwanted metals and other contaminants. With distilled water, it goes back into a system which restores the electrolytes in the water, essentially turning it back into normal, drinkable water.
At its core, water filtration is where we filter water of unwanted bacteria and contaminants that may harm you if ingested unknowingly. Filtration is normally run by moving water through a porous filter which captures contaminants larger than the pores. The filters are ranged by effectiveness, as more expensive filters have small holes to even block large chemical compounds.
Reverse Osmosis Filtration
Reverse Osmosis filtration has the same end goal to water filtration, that is to filter impure water into drinkable water. However, the method used is, as you have probably guessed, surrounds the reverse osmosis setup. The concept is simple to understand and it should not intimidate users of this system: reverse osmosis works by having impure water (which has a large concentration) pass through a reverse osmosis filter into drinkable water (which has less solute concentration).