Whole House Water Filter and Water Softening System
Updated: Mar 12
It is obvious that the water quality in the South West of WA is very bad. Especially the taste, odour and hardness of our water supply.
Hard water is mainly noticed on shower screens and glassware, where it leaves a powdery coating on the surface when it dries. It also becomes corrosive when it is mixed with chlorine. The water quality attacks kettles, tap-ware, plumbing, hot water systems, washing machines and dish washers.
What can I do about the quality of my water supply?
For good quality water in your home, a water filter and water softening system can be installed onto the incoming water supply, leaving the plumbing, fixtures and appliances safe from hard water.
What do they do?
The water softener is designed to remove hard water from the water entering your home. Hard water is water that contains dissolved minerals such as limestone, iron, sulphur, magnesium and calcium.
How does the whole house system work?
The mains water is connected directly to the water filter and water softener, meaning the water entering the home is filtered through the water filter first, then continues through to the water softener, leaving the water a similar quality to rainwater.
To read more about the Puretec SOL E3 series systems, download brochure HERE
To read more about the Puretec WH2 series systems, download brochure HERE
Water filters are also available on a smaller scale, which can be used for under sinks. For more information click HERE.
To book in a quote or to find out more, call or email us today!
Phone: 0412 287 673 or 08 9725 9118
RMC Plumbing Services offers Zip as a form of payment for quoted jobs.
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