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Reverse Osmosis Installation and Repair Service In Austin

We know our bodies are 70% water, but with all that water beings some unwanted dissolved hitch hiker along with! Tap water can often contain levels pf lead, mercury, pfa's (forever chemicals), and other potentially harmful contaminants. Thankfully with a drinking water filter such as a reverse osmosis you can remove all the bad stuff, and then add the good stuff back in!

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Common Water Quality Questions

some free advice to help!

Why you should filter your drinking water

How does reverse osmosis work?

How we get all thew bad stuff out, and get the good stuff back in

Here's How We Can Take Care of You:

Drinking Water Services We Provide


Start enjoying fresher, cleaner water with our professional installation services. We'll help you choose the right reverse osmosis or water filtration system for your home, ensuring it meets your specific needs for water purity and taste. Our experienced technicians handle the installation process with care, setting up your new system for optimal performance.


If your current water filtration system is outdated or no longer functioning efficiently, we offer replacement services to upgrade your setup. With access to the latest technology in water filtration, we can provide you with a system that offers improved water quality and efficiency.

Filter Change-Outs:

Regular maintenance of your water filtration system is crucial for maintaining water quality. Our filter change-out service ensures your system continues to remove contaminants effectively. We'll replace old filters with high-quality new ones, keeping your water tasting great and free from harmful substances.

Education About Water Quality and Testing:

Understanding the quality of your drinking water is the first step toward improving it. We offer education on water quality, including the benefits of reverse osmosis and filtration systems. If you're unsure about your water's purity, we can conduct water quality testing, providing you with

Why Do You Need a Reverse Osmosis?

The Risk of Tap Water in Your Body

While tap water in many areas is treated and deemed safe for consumption, it can still contain various contaminants that pose risks to your health. Understanding these risks underscores the importance of having a water filtration system in your home. Here’s why you should consider filtering your tap water:

  • Chlorine and Chloramine: Used in water treatment to kill bacteria, these chemicals can remain in your water, affecting its taste and smell. Long-term exposure may also have health implications.

  • Lead: Old pipes and plumbing systems can leach lead into your water supply, a toxic metal that poses severe health risks, particularly to children and pregnant women.

  • Pesticides and Herbicides: Runoff from agriculture can introduce these chemicals into the water supply, which are linked to a range of health issues, including hormone disruption and increased cancer risk.

  • Pharmaceuticals: Traces of medications can make their way into water sources, posing unknown risks due to long-term, low-level exposure.

  • Microorganisms: Bacteria, viruses, and parasites can sometimes bypass water treatment, leading to illness. This is particularly a concern in areas with older infrastructure or after natural disasters.

  • Heavy Metals: Besides lead, other heavy metals like mercury and arsenic can contaminate water, leading to serious health problems over time.


A quality water filtration or reverse osmosis system can significantly reduce these contaminants, providing you with cleaner, safer drinking water. Such systems are designed to remove a wide range of pollutants, improving not only the safety of your water but also its taste and odor.

Why Proven?

Why use Proven Plumbing? Its simple:

  • We hire Plumbers to get the job done, not salesmen.

  • Upfront Pricing - No surprises on your bill!

  • Over 1000+ 5 star reviews with a 4.9 star average over Google, Nextdoor, and Yelp. 

  • Locally and family owned - not some massive corporation.

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