People often contact us looking for water filtration, and when I ask them what they are trying to filter out of the water, a popular response is “everything!” While I wish there was a one-size-fits-all filter that did remove everything, that’s unfortunately not the case. Different types of contaminants require different types of water treatment, so the first step is always to get your water tested to find out what’s in the water, to begin with. Once we know what’s in your water, we can advise you on the best treatment options for your specific needs.
Maybe you already know what’s in your water—or what you would like to make sure isn’t in your water—but you’re overwhelmed by all the different options out there. Either way, contact us and we would be happy to help you make the right decision about how to best treat your water. In the meantime, here’s a brief overview of the types of filters that we offer.
On city water, all you often need is a carbon filter to remove chlorine/chloramine and disinfection byproducts from your water. We offer a carbon block cartridge filter as well as backwashing carbon filters that are perfect for this type of application. We also offer a city water softener that combines a backwashing carbon filter and a softener all in one, for when you want to remove chlorine as well as hardness from your city water without using two separate units.
For well water, we offer several different configurations of filters that can treat iron, sulfur, low pH—or all of the above—depending on your individual iron, sulfur, and pH levels. If you have arsenic, lead, or uranium in your water, we have a filter for that. In some cases, you may need two different filters, or a filter and a softener working together in order to meet your water treatment goals.
Whatever your water filtration needs may be, we’re here to help you select the right DROP product to help give you clean, safe, delicious water. Best of all, all of our DROP filtration products have built-in whole-home water shutoff and leak detection capabilities, so along with protecting you from potentially harmful contaminants in your water, they’re also protecting your home from costly leaks and water damage, and help you to monitor your home’s water usage. That’s why DROP is more than just a water treatment system–it’s a water management system. Contact us today to learn more about everything we have to offer!