Reverse Osmosis Systems & Installation in Surprise Arizona

Reverse Osmosis systems remove unwanted molecules, large ions, and bacteria from your water supply.

Ideal for in home use and the production of potable water say in an RV.

The multi-stage filtration system will make sure your water is contaminant free.

Key benefits of installing this filter include improved taste and color stability.

You can’t find higher quality water for a lower price!

The Family Plumber recommends the Ultima reverse osmosis system which are built to order and use only the highest quality components on the market.

Ultima reverse osmosis systems are built in the USA and every system is tested for water quality and structural integrity before it leaves.

Do not make the mistake of saving a few dollars and buying a system that uses inferior materials and is not tested for quality.

Ultima reverse osmosis systems produce great tasting water and eliminate the need to keep buying bottled water.

This means your reverse osmosis will pay for itself in a short amount of time.

That’s why, with over 500,000 sold, Ultima reverse osmosis is a great choice.

The Family Plumber has excellent online reviews, & can handle your reverse osmosis system purchase, installation, filter maintenance, and repairs.

Green RO 5 Stage (GRO-50-5) Reverse Osmosis Systems

Newest Green TechnologyWastes 1/3 the water as a normal ROUp to 75 gallons per day productionSame great tasting water as a normal ROHighest Quality ComponentsMade in the USAIncludes 3.2 Gallon Storage TankPick Your Faucet

Pentair Membrane

The Pentair membrane on the Green RO units above is not your traditional RO membrane.

Most RO membranes are a 4:1 ratio which means 1 gallon of RO water and 4 gallons of waste.

But, the Pentair membrane is different from the rest, it has a 1:1 ratio which means 1 gallon of RO water and 1 gallon of waste.

Ultima VII
Reverse Osmosis Systems

5 Stages of filtrationOur most popular systemUp to 100 gallons of great tasting water a day3.2 gallon tank included (other sizes available)Pick your faucetAll components are NSF certifiedMade in the USA

Worried About Minerals In Your Surprise Arizona Home Water?

The Alkalizer Filter is the newest creation from the Ultima Water Products.

It works by adding healthy minerals back into your drinking water.

We can add this Alkalizer post filter to any Reverse Osmosis and turn it into Alkaline water.

There Are 4 Stages to the Alkalizer Post filter:

1: Mineral Blend: Gives you the healthy minerals back the RO removes with special blend.

2: Calcite: Brings RO water PH back to equilibrium.

3: KDF 55: Offers extra protection against bacteria and viruses.

4: Activated Carbon: Gives water the final polish for great taste

Our Faucet Line

905 Series faucet
905 Series
703 Series W/LED Indicator
603 Series
603 Series
888 Series
888 Series
303 Series
303 Series
D1 Series
D4 Series
NDK0212
Leak Controller

FAQs for Reverse Osmosis Systems in Surprise Arizona

How Does RO Water Compare to Bottled Water?

Just as good or even better.

We use the same technology, reverse osmosis (RO), as other major bottling plants use to filter water.

Our drinking water has a refreshing taste with a touch of minerals —not like the flat taste of distilled or bottled water.

RO systems purify water daily in your home which is more naturally fresh and healthy compared to stagnant water that has been sitting in plastic bottles for many months.

The five-stage system design delivers the most stable and complete RO process for home water purification, and it allows you to manage the unit's performance and ensure the purity of the water to protect you and your family, something that you cannot do with bottled water.

This eco-friendly solution also protects the environment from plastic waste as RO users will never have to purchase bottled water ever again!

I Thought Surprise Arizona's Tap Water was Safe to Drink?

Cities are in desperate need of replacement from old age and wear.

Water contamination can occur at almost any point in the delivery channel including lead leaching from corroded pipe solder, bacteria entering the system from water main breaks, or gardening chemicals back-siphoned from a careless neighbor.

Unfortunately most local and state governments do not have the financial resources to address these very expensive problems now or in the foreseeable future.

To make matters worse, most cities also add chemicals like chlorine and fluoride to their water.

The truth is, tap water quality in the US will most likely continue to decline in the coming years.

The best way to protect your family from the increasingly wide range of contaminants found in today's tap water is by installing a reverse osmosis drinking water system.

How Effective is Reverse Osmosis Compared to Other Filtration Methods?

RO is the most convenient and effective method of water filtration.

It filters water by squeezing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which is rated at 0.0001 micron (equals to 0.00000004 inch!).

This is the technology used to make bottled water, it is also the only technology capable of desalinating sea water, making it into drinking water.

Non-RO water filters typically use a single activated carbon cartridge to treat water.

They are much less effective, and the pore size on these filter media are much bigger, generally 0.5 - 10 micron.

They can filter out coarse particles, sediments and elements only up to their micron rating.

Anything finer and most dissolved substances cannot be filtered out. As a result, water is far less clean and safe compared to reverse osmosis filtration.

Is it Beneficial to Have Minerals in My Drinking Water?

This is actually the biggest myth in the water industry.

To understand the issue clearly, first we need to examine "what minerals" are in our tap water.

If we were to send a sample of water to a testing laboratory, we would get back a report that includes calcium, magnesium, and sodium along with a list of other minerals and contaminants.

While some of these mineral are safe and benign, there are also many toxic ones on this list including fluoride, arsenic, chromium and radium just to name a few.

Unfortunately there are no filtration systems available that can differentiate between good and bad minerals.

Basic carbon filter systems will leave in all the minerals, including the highly toxic and radioactive ones.

On the other hand, RO systems will remove 90-99% of these undesirable contaminants.

The truth is the majority of healthy minerals our bodies need come from the food we eat and not from drinking water.

The main concern with water is actually over toxicity, not mineral content.

Whether water contains 1 or 100ppm (parts per million) calcium isn't really important, but the difference between 1 and 100ppm arsenic is of grave importance.

How Often Should I Change My Filters?

We recommend changing your filters once a year.

The membrane should be changed once the TDS (total dissolved solids) in the water are above 100 pm.

This can be checked with a TDS tester.