Drinking Water System
We are Michigan’s Leading Source for Drinking Water System
Properly filtered water is important for human health, but did you know it can take 450 years for one plastic water bottle to decompose?
This has created a growing concern for waste reduction as well as a demand for the development of plastic-eating bacteria. However, with the right water filtration system, you and your family can do your part to protect the environment — in the comfort of your own home! Plus, you'll enjoy significant cost savings when you stop relying on bottled water.
An estimated 145 million Americans get their tap water from a groundwater source. In fact, 75% of Michigan residents live on untreated well water, leaving them susceptible to harmful minerals and contaminants including arsenic. While well water and surface water do undergo a variety of industrial and biological processes before making it to your home plumbing system, it's not always enough to prevent contamination.
With Beauchamp Water Treatment Solutions, you can enjoy safe, great-tasting water right from the tap! Below are some of our options for drinking water systems.
Want to test your water quality? For a FREE water test, contact us today!
Water Filters & Water Treatment Solutions
In addition to health concerns, contaminants in your water can create more noticeable problems like strange odors or unpleasant tastes. Water filters remove contaminants from tap water, making it safe to consume.
At Beauchamp Water Treatment Solutions, we utilize advanced technology and expertise to provide clean water to homes in Brighton, Waterford Township, Howell, Fenton, and across Michigan. A home water filter can be installed quickly and easily to ensure the purity of your drinking water. Some of our most popular options and processes for the removal of impurities include:
Space-Saving Manifold Assembly Houses 4-in-1 Filter Technologies [Omit]
Designer Faucets Available
To learn more about water filtration equipment and water treatment systems from Beauchamp, call (810) 632-2000 or contact us online.
Water Softener Installation
Hard water is the result of a build-up of substances that include iron, calcium, and magnesium. Water softeners improve energy efficiency, help with a variety of hair and skin issues, and eliminate the white cloudy water spots commonly found on dishes.
Our water treatment systems use an ion-exchange process to change water hardness level. Water passes through resin beads charged with sodium ions which attract and hold hard-water minerals. After passing through the beads, the water is clean and softened.
Are you tackling home improvement? Is your next project to install a water softener? Call us today to get started!
Osmosis is the natural tendency for a solution with a low concentration of salt to migrate toward a solution with a higher concentration of salt.
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a process through which water is demineralized and deionized. This is achieved when enough energy (pressure) is applied and the water is pushed through a semipermeable reverse osmosis membrane. The semipermeable membrane allows some atoms or molecules to pass through, but not others. Pure water moves to the other side while contaminants like chlorine and lead are held back.
Remove unwanted sediment and contaminants from your water with our Reverse Osmosis Systems. These systems can even be hooked up to your refrigerator for easy access!
Get Safe, Delicious Drinking Water for Your Household
Home water filtration systems are efficient, convenient, and beneficial for our planet, and Beauchamp Water Treatment Solutions is the leader in water treatment solutions throughout Michigan. We service and install all makes and models of water treatment systems. It is our mission to deliver clean, safe drinking water with no odors, impurities, or chemicals. To achieve this, we are happy to provide a FREE in-home water analysis for you and your family.
To learn more about the next steps for a drinking water system from Beauchamp Water Treatment Solutions, contact us today! Call (810) 632-2000 or contact us online.