Water Science, based in Park City, is the most referred water treatment solutions company in the area. We provide water softening and purification systems. Water Science sells only the best and most reliable systems, built and backed by the top manufacturers.
Many companies offer low prices by using unlicensed installers, skimping on the installation, and using low-quality materials. By choosing Water Science, you can be confident that your equipment will be professionally installed and meet all local plumbing codes. We have earned our reputation by selling the highest quality systems and nothing less. Give us a call to experience doing business with local water treatment specialists.
Which system is best for you?
We wanted to find a solution to further treat the notoriously awful well water of Park City because we felt our water softener wasn’t doing enough. We decided to check out Water Science based on the positive reviews.
First, they sent Bart for a free consultation, which we thought was awesome. Bart showed us just how hard our water is, and we were also pretty shocked to learn that the water coming out of our sink had a Total Dissolved Solid measurement of 594ppm (the EPA doesn’t recommend consuming anything >500ppm).
So far we are very pleased with the results, and are happy to add to Water Science’s five-star reviews!
Standard Reverse Osmosis by Water Science
The Water Science reverse osmosis drinking water system combines sediment and carbon filtration with reverse osmosis technology to create that pure drinking water that you want and need. The Water Science reverse osmosis drinking water system is equipped with a water quality monitor, which compares the feed water to the product water and accurately indicates membrane performance with each draw of water from the faucet, or at the touch of a button. Each Water Science reverse osmosis system is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
Ultimate High Efficiency - Reverse Osmosis Water Purification System by Water Science
The Ultimate High Efficiency reverse osmosis water purification system by Water Science combines sediment and carbon filtration with reverse osmosis technology to create that pure drinking water that you want and need. Below are the primary reasons why homeowners choose the Ultimate High Efficiency reverse osmosis system over the standard reverse osmosis system:
The Ultimate High Efficiency reverse osmosis system is a high-quality and reliable product. Typical problems we have seen from lower-quality reverse osmosis systems include:
- Saves 4 times the water of conventional reverse osmosis systems
- Generates up to 75 gallons per day
- The Ultimate High Efficiency maintains high water pressure to accommodate refrigerators, ice makers and multiple spigots
- Fills holding tanks up to five times faster than conventional reverse osmosis systems
- Pre-filters are less likely to get clogged since they use less water.
- Thin Layer Composite Membrane
- A free total dissolved solids meter. This meter is a convenient tool to instantly check your overall water quality
- Leak Detection System
Both our standard and Ultimate High Efficiency reverse osmosis systems are high-quality and reliable products. Typical problems we have seen from lower-quality reverse osmosis systems include:
- Lower quality pre-filters fail to protect membrane
- Shorter membrane life: dies in 1-2 years vs. 5-7 years
- Lower rejection rate and possible brine water seeping into the pure water side due to poor quality membrane housing. In short, the water is less pure (filtration is not as effective or thorough, resulting in higher total dissolved solids readings)
- Leakage at fittings and auto shutoff device
- Poor quality tanks that leak pressure after 1-2 years
- Each system is not individually tested
- Usually systems and parts are not made in the United States and not tested by FDA or NSF
- Cost more to maintain in the long run
- Little or no ongoing technical guidance and support from the supplier
- Very slow flow from low-end faucets
- Short, 1 year warranties
- A water leak from a cheap reverse osmosis system can cost a homeowner thousands of dollars.