Thinking about a Water Filtration System?

Unsure what type to invest in? The following is a simple guide to the different types of water filtration systems and our top choice for best customer satisfaction.

There are several types of water filtration systems, but they all fall into the following five basic categories:

  1. Activated Carbon Filter Water Filtration Systems

Carbon filters or media work by attracting and absorbing particles so they are extracted from the water. Reduces chlorine and contaminants, eliminating odors and improving taste so you get clean, pure, fresh water every time.

  1. Reverse Osmosis

Using a process called reverse osmosis, water particles are forced through the semi-permeable membrane so that the contaminants are removed.

  1. Alkaline/Water Ionizers

Water is passed over electrically charged plates that separates the water into two streams – one which is alkaline and the other acidic. The acidic water is disposed of, and the alkaline water is used in the house. This is usually used for hard water.

  1. UV Filters

Ultraviolet radiation is used to destroy various bacteria that can be damaging to your health.

  1. Infrared Filters

Infrared water filters use heat and light to negatively charge the water. It softens that water while purifying it.

Our Top Choice: Pelican Carbon Series Whole House Water Filtration System

The five-step process removes more contaminants than the competition, which is why we are big fans and receive positive reviews from happy customers all the time.

During the first step, the 5-micron pre-filter system removes sand, silt, sediment and debris. During the second and third steps, the filtration system filters chlorine, pesticides, herbicides and other similar contaminants. (Chlorine byproducts are potential carcinogens and believed to also be responsible for immune system and kidney issues.) At last, in the final step, a copper-zinc reduction oxidation media eliminates or reduces bacteria and algae in your water supply.

Want to know more? Click here to read more about the Pelican whole house water filtration system. Wondering about Charlotte water quality? Click here to read about water quality issues in the Charlotte metro area.

Charlotte Water Filtration System Installation

Give us a call at 704-269-1066 or use our simple online contact form to get your Pelican whole house water filtration system. We’re open 24/7, 365 days a year, so we’ll work around your schedule.

We’ve been repairing and installing Charlotte water filtration systems for decades, so we keep up on the latest and greatest models and methods. Got questions? Just ask! We’re here to serve.

Charlotte water filtration system

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