Reverse Osmosis

Tap water quality in the US is declining and is likely to decline in coming years. Water contamination can occur at any point during the delivery process, from the entrance of bacteria into the system from main breaks, to lead leaching from corroded pipes, or gardening chemicals siphoned by a careless neighbor. City Plumbing can provide you with the reverse osmosis process you need to ensure your water is clean and purified.

Keep your water purified and free of contaminants with City Plumbing’s Reverse Osmosis service.

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Our Process

Reverse Osmosis is a water purification process that uses a filter with a semipermeable membrane that separates larger particles from drinking water. RO is the best way to keep your household protected from contaminated drinking water. While some people choose a DIY home filter on each sink, City Plumbing offers a whole-home reverse osmosis solution too keep your water pure no matter where in the house you are. We install top-of-the-line water purification systems to ensure you always have clean and safe water.

Frequently Asked Questions


Can I have reverse osmosis installed in every sink in my house?

We’re happy to install as many reverse osmosis systems as you’d like, but they’re typically only installed in your kitchen. Since they’re made for drinking water, there typically isn’t a need to install R.O. systems in your bathrooms (unless you don’t want to make the full trip to your kitchen for a nice glass of water in the middle of the night).

Do I need a separate faucet for my R.O. water?

Yes. Since your reverse osmosis system is filtering your drinking water through multiple fine filters, it can’t provide enough water for non-drinking use. It also isn’t built to provide hot water, so you’ll need to keep a regular faucet for dish and hand washing.

Is reverse osmosis water distilled water?

No, reverse osmosis water is filtered through fine membranes that remove contaminants while distilled water is the captured steam from water that has been boiled to remove contaminants. Both are methods of water purification, but reverse osmosis is much more affordable and cleans water at a faster rate. Keep in mind that if you’re using equipment, like a steamer, that requires distilled water, you still need to use distilled water.