Did you know that reverse osmosis was originally invented as a method of desalinating seawater? This water treatment system has come a long way and is now a very beneficial method to provide clean and pure drinking water, directly from your tap.
We all need water for survival and providing the cleanest and purest water to you and your family is a service Nationwide is proud to offer. Our reverse osmosis systems can eliminate up to 99% of the harsh chemicals and toxins found in municipal tap water. The filtration holds back any contaminants so that all that flows out of your tap is delicious, clean and pure water.
How it Works
Reverse osmosis uses a semi-permeable membrane through which water is forced. The calcium, manganese, lead, calcium, and iron molecules that are in our drinking water are larger than water molecules. When the pressurized water is forced through the membrane, the salt and other minerals unable to pass through the membrane and are left on the other side. The water that has been filtered through is the water that is used by your family. This results in having pure filtered water that flows directly and conveniently through your taps.
- Removes minerals such as calcium, manganese, lead, calcium, and iron – These chemicals can cause a host of health issues, as well as cause damage to your appliances due to buildup of rust and limescale.
- Removes chemical components of drinking water – All sorts of chemicals can wind up in drinking water, including pesticides and herbicides. Reverse osmosis removes these chemicals before you drink the water.
- Removes fluoride – Many communities and municipalities add fluoride to drinking water to promote dental health. However, excessive amounts of fluoride can damage tooth enamel, especially in children, and can cause bone density issues in adults.
We provide high quality and top of the line products to our customers. At Nationwide, we pass these values along to our customers so they can have the benefits of bottled quality drinking water right from the taps. The systems are built with the highest quality components and are intuitively designed to prevent kinks or leaks in the tubing, ensuring you’ll be able to enjoy pure and clean water for years to come.
The reverse osmosis system is installed under your sink and filters water as it comes out of the tap. The efficient design makes filtering instantaneous, meaning there’s no wait time for you to get pure, clean drinking water. Your flow rate and water pressure is unaffected by the filtering process.
They’re also highly effective, and can remove up to 99% of the harmful toxins and contaminants in your water. This not only improves the quality of your water, but also the taste and smell.
All reverse osmosis systems purchased through Nationwide include:
- Professional installation
- Standard manufacturer’s warranty
- Rebate processing
Eliminate Bottled Water
It should be no surprise to hear that the way we live has a massive impact on the environment. Nationwide cares about the environment and strives to help its customers reduce their carbon footprints. We do this by offering the most efficient systems that work at peak performance to lower carbon emissions.
Using a reverse osmosis system in your home will eliminate the need for bottled water, which has a positive impact on the environment. Plastic bottle manufacturing causes a massive strain on the environment and uses up valuable fossil fuels during production. Furthermore, recycling for bottles is inadequate for the current consumption rate, and many of these end up as litter in our towns.
By using a reverse osmosis system in your home, you can help to reduce the billions of plastic bottles that are used each year for bottled water. Your system will provide bottled quality drinking water without the environmental strain of plastic bottle production. Just this small step can have a substantial impact on the environment while saving you money over time – a true win-win.
We make improving the water quality in your home quick and easy. Talk to Nationwide today to get more information about how reverse osmosis can benefit you and your family.