Why a Reverse Osmosis from Complete Water Systems LLC?
Products have been tested and certified to meet NSF/ANSI certified standard 58
Most efficient membrane on the market Waste ¼ of the water vs other systems guaranteed!
5 year warranty
Free shipping and delivery most locations
Lowest yearly maintenance costs guaranteed!
Save hundreds every year vs buying bottled water
Made in the USA
Any system can be customized to include Re-mineralization and or ultra violet
5, 6, 7 stages of filtration
30 Day Money Back Guarantee
What to Consider when Buying a Reverse Osmosis System?
Check the Price of Replacement Filters and Frequency:
Beware of the big box stores like Costco or Sam’s Club and home improvement stores like Home Depot, Lowes Etc. when purchasing a Reverse Osmosis System. They try to entice the consumer with a lower purchase costs per unit, while making all their money on Filter Sales. 95% off all systems sold by these stores have propriety filters which cost half the price of the system and sometimes even more. Forcing you to do the filter changes or pay big having another water company or plumber do it.
They also recommend changing filters every 6 months on average and Membranes yearly. 8 out of 10 times you will spend as much on filters in the first year or two as you did on the original system. Most of these systems are built outside the United States with components of much lesser quality. Average warranties are less than a year and are limited.
Regardless of who you purchase from always consider a system with the standard 10” filter housings. These filters are universal, available everywhere and will cost you about $25.00 a year doing it yourself.
Check the GPD – Gallons per Day:
Check the Price of Replacement Membranes and Frequency:
Most big box stores, home improvement stores as well as online stores systems come with a standard membrane ranging from 24GPD, 36GPD to 50GPD with 24GPD being the most common. Standard membranes are very inefficient wasting anywhere from 3 to 5 gallons or more of water for every 1 good gallon of drinking water produced.
Also the lower the number the slower the production. A system with a 24GPD membrane and a 2.5 gallon holding tank will take more than 3 hours to fill. In a lot of the systems they are noisy and you will hear consistent water running from the system. Almost like a dishwasher when it goes through its drain cycle.
Buying or upgrading to a Pentair Super High Efficiency membrane will reduce the wasted water to 1 gallon for every good gallon of purified drinking water made.
They also have a much higher production rate. In the same example above it would only take about 30 to 45 minutes to fill and you will have to open the cabinet doors to hear it.