You Deserve Better Water
Unfortunately, enjoying clean, fresh water from the tap is not a luxury many West Texans will experience. Fortunately, The Bosworth Company can ensure your water is of the highest quality through the installation of a Reverse Osmosis system!
What Does a Reverse Osmosis System Do?
The process of reverse osmosis (also known as R.O.) is a type of water purification technology that uses a semipermeable membrane (filter) that separates large particles from drinking water. It is the best way to protect your household from contaminated drinking water and to supply them with a convenient supply of fresh water!
You have options when it comes to reverse osmosis. You can choose to filter your entire home with whole-home reverse osmosis, or a point-of-use system may be best for you. You also have the option to purchase or rent systems from The Bosworth Company. Of course, we are happy to discuss your options and help you determine the best solution for your specific needs.
Reverse osmosis filters your water, and water softeners condition it. That said, a reverse osmosis system is an excellent complement to a water softener system.
Tap water quality in the U.S. will most likely continue to decline in the coming years, and it’s especially bad in West Texas. Water contamination can occur at almost any point in the delivery channel, including the entrance of bacteria into the system from water main breaks, lead leaching from corroded pipe solder, or gardening chemicals back-siphoned from a careless neighbor.
Reverse osmosis is the best way to protect your family from this dangerous contamination.
Reverse Osmosis starting at $35/month with maintenance included.
In addition to having a team of licensed water treatment specialists, The Bosworth Company is also a Member of the Water Quality Association.
This means we have exclusive access to a vast body of industry information, high-quality training programs, the latest tools and tactics, exposure to leading-edge thinking, and opportunities to interact and network with peers around the globe.
The Bosworth Company installs Vertex Reverse Osmosis systems that are optimized to treat city water using existing water pressure. These systems are IAPMO (International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials) Certified, made in the USA, and have been heavily relied upon to produce clean, great tasting water nationwide for over 15 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does reverse osmosis remove chlorine?
Yes! The carbon block filters in units we install remove up to 98% of the chlorine in water.
Does reverse osmosis remove lead?
It does! Reverse osmosis removes common contaminants like lead, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium III & VI, copper, cysts, fluoride, nitrates, nitrites, radium 226 & 228, selenium, TDS, and turbidity.
Does reverse osmosis soften water?
Reverse osmosis will soften your water, but not entirely. Hard water can take a toll on your system over time and can cause your filter to wear out faster. Because of this, we recommend pairing your reverse osmosis system with a water softener. Using both systems will maximize the taste and quality of your water.