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Water Filtration & Purification in Littleton & Denver, Colorado


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Water Filtration & Purification

Elkhorn Heating & Air proudly offers Water Filtration & Purification services to homeowners in Littleton, Denver, and the Denver Metro Area.

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Elkhorn Heating & Air is your trusted provider of water filtration and purification systems in Littleton and Denver, Colorado. Our expert team ensures the delivery of clean and safe water for your home. From advanced filtration to comprehensive purification solutions, we offer a range of systems tailored to meet your specific needs.

Count on us for professional installation, maintenance, and repair services, providing you with peace of mind and reliable access to high-quality water. Elkhorn Heating & Air is committed to enhancing the water quality in Littleton and Denver homes, ensuring your family’s well-being with our top-notch systems and services.

What is a Home Water Filtration System?

A home water filtration system is a device that is designed to remove impurities and contaminants from your tap water, ensuring that you have clean and safe water to use in your daily life. These systems employ various technologies to filter out particles, chemicals, and organic compounds that may be present in your tap water. 

By installing a home water filtration system, you can enjoy the peace of mind knowing that the water you and your family consume is free from harmful contaminants.

Water Filtration Systems We Offer

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis is a popular water filtration method that uses a semipermeable membrane to remove impurities from water. This system forces water through the membrane, trapping contaminants and allowing clean water to pass through. Reverse osmosis is effective in removing various contaminants, including heavy metals, bacteria, and viruses.

Whole House Water Filtration Systems

A whole house water filtration system is designed to purify the water that enters your home. This system filters water at the point of entry, ensuring that every tap in your house provides clean and safe water. Whole house water filtration systems are effective in removing sediments, chlorine, and other common contaminants.

Faucet-Mounted Water Filters

Faucet-mounted water filters are a convenient and affordable option for filtering tap water. These filters attach directly to your faucet, allowing you to easily access clean and filtered water for drinking and cooking. Faucet-mounted water filters are typically equipped with activated carbon filters that can remove impurities and improve the taste of your tap water.

Ceramic Water Filters

Ceramic water filters are a type of water filtration system that uses a porous ceramic material to filter out impurities. These filters work by trapping contaminants in the tiny pores of the ceramic material, allowing clean water to pass through. Ceramic water filters are effective in removing bacteria, cysts, and sediments from your tap water.

Water Purification Systems We Offer

Distillation Systems

Distillation systems use the process of evaporation and condensation to remove impurities from water. This method involves boiling water and then collecting the steam, which is later condensed back into liquid form. Distillation systems are effective in removing minerals, heavy metals, and other contaminants from your water.

UV (Ultraviolet) Water Purifiers

UV water purifiers use ultraviolet light to disinfect water and eliminate bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. These systems shine a UV light onto the water, disrupting the DNA of the microorganisms and rendering them unable to reproduce. UV water purifiers are a chemical-free and environmentally friendly option for water purification.

Ion Exchange Systems

Ion exchange systems work by replacing undesirable ions in water with more desirable ions. These systems use a resin bed that is charged with ions of the desired substance, such as sodium. As water passes through the resin bed, the undesirable ions are exchanged with the desired ions, resulting in purified water.

Gravity-Based Water Purifiers

Gravity-based water purifiers use the force of gravity to push water through a filtration system. These systems typically consist of multiple filter cartridges that remove impurities as water passes through them. Gravity-based water purifiers are a cost-effective and low-maintenance option for water purification.

What Is the Difference Between Water Purification and Filtration?

While water purification and filtration are often used interchangeably, there is a slight difference between the two. Water filtration refers to the process of removing impurities and contaminants from water by passing it through a physical barrier or medium. This can be achieved through various methods such as activated carbon filtration, ceramic filtration, or reverse osmosis. 

On the other hand, water purification goes beyond filtration and involves the complete removal of microorganisms, bacteria, and viruses from water. Purification methods such as UV sterilization or distillation are used to ensure that the water is not only free from impurities but also safe for consumption.

What Are the Benefits of a Water Filtration System?

  • Clean and Safe Water: A water filtration system ensures that your tap water is free from contaminants, providing you and your family with clean and safe water for drinking, cooking, and other household uses.
  • Improved Taste and Odor: By removing chlorine, sediments, and other impurities, a water filtration system can significantly improve the taste and odor of your tap water, making it more enjoyable to drink.
  • Health Benefits: Drinking filtered water reduces the risk of consuming harmful substances and contaminants that may have adverse effects on your health.
  • Environmental Impact: By opting for a water filtration system, you can reduce your reliance on single-use plastic bottles, contributing to a healthier environment.

What Should I Consider When Installing a Home Water Treatment System?

When installing a home water treatment system, there are several factors to consider to ensure that you choose the right system for your needs.

Assess the quality of your tap water and identify the specific contaminants or impurities that need to be addressed. Consider the size and compatibility of the water treatment system with your home’s plumbing and water supply.

Determine the maintenance requirements of the system, including filter replacement and cleaning. Set a budget for your water treatment system and consider the cost of installation, maintenance, and replacement filters.

Our Water Filtration Installation Process

  • Evaluation: We will evaluate your water quality and discuss your specific needs and concerns.
  • System Selection: Based on the evaluation, we will recommend the most suitable water filtration system for your home.
  • Installation: Our experienced technicians will install the system efficiently and ensure that it is properly connected to your plumbing.
  • Testing and Verification: We will test the system to ensure that it is functioning correctly and effectively purifying your water.

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Filters and Purifiers

How often do I need to replace the filters in my water filtration system?

The frequency of filter replacements depends on the type of water filtration system and the quality of your tap water. It is generally recommended to replace filters every 6 to 12 months or as specified by the manufacturer.

Can a water filtration system remove all contaminants from my tap water?

While water filtration systems are effective in removing a wide range of contaminants, it is important to note that no system can remove all contaminants. Some contaminants, such as dissolved minerals, may require additional treatment methods.

Do water filters remove beneficial minerals from water?

Some water filters, such as reverse osmosis systems, can remove beneficial minerals along with contaminants. However, the impact on overall mineral intake is minimal as most minerals are obtained through a balanced diet.

Can I install a water filtration system myself?

While some water filtration systems may be suitable for DIY installation, it is recommended to hire a professional to ensure proper installation and optimal performance of the system.

How long does it take to install a water filtration system?

The installation time can vary depending on the type of system and the complexity of the installation. On average, a water filtration system installation takes a few hours to complete.

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Purify your water with water filtration and purification solutions from Elkhorn Heating & Air. Fill out our online form or call to schedule an in-home estimate for water treatment in Littleton & Denver, Colorado.


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