The human body is 70% water, so the quality of your drinking water is of the utmost importance. But today, water quality everywhere is deteriorating due to an increase in:
- Pesticides, bacteria, and microorganisms from farming and livestock
- Chemicals from farming, manufacturing, and runoff from roads and parking areas
- Pharmaceuticals from human waste and improper disposal
Unfortunately, our waste-water treatment and water filtration plants are not designed to remove all these elements from the drinking-water supply.*
Improve and Conserve Your Drinking Water
The practiced water and quality specialists at Ravinia Plumbing & Heating understand the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics that make water suitable for human consumption. We specialize in providing affordable water filter installation and water quality testing services.
We carry a full line of whole-house filter systems that reduce sediment and odor throughout the home. And our point-of-use systems deliver virtually pure water to your kitchen sink and ice maker.
Our experts will help you choose fixtures that fit with your décor while saving water and improving your savings and the environment while enhancing the look of you home.
Click here for important information on reducing the risk of lead in your drinking water.
Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.
* Information sources: United States Geological Services and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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“Your representative, took care of replacement of water filter cartridge in a timely manner. He was very friendly and professional. He had knowledge of product and explained reason for charges on invoice.”
1580 Old Skokie Rd
Highland Park, IL 60035
P: (847) 579-5565
F: (847) 831-5694
Hours of operation: Mon.-Fri. 8:00-5:00, Sat. 8:00-1:30
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