Even on base, the quality of your drinking water may not be optimal. In the Camp Pendleton area, we deal with both hard water and drinking water contamination. Just because you live on base doesn’t mean that you should have limited access to home drinking water systems. Our services are extended to on-base housing and we provide the same services and products to those living on base no matter what your water needs are.
If contamination is a concern, we offer our drinking water systems where reverse osmosis will effectively reduce harmful contaminants turning tap water into convenient, fresh, clean water at your own separate faucet. Many pollutants are put into the ground and into lakes, rivers and streams every day. The disposal of wastes into ground and surface waters can cause contamination of water that we use for drinking and that we expect to be of excellent quality. It takes many years and it is very costly to remove contamination affecting water supplies. While The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has primary responsibility for ensuring the activities required by the Safe Drinking Water Act, our reverse osmosis can also be a helpful line of defense for your family. According to one news agency, millions of Americans could be drinking water with dangerous chemicals and pollutants. Public water supplies in 42 U.S. states are contaminated with 141 unregulated chemicals for which the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has never established safety standards, according to an investigation by the Environmental Working Group (EWG). If your base housing water is contaminated, we can come to you to find the perfect product to turn tap water into safe drinking water.
Water that is high in dissolved minerals can cause a range of problems such as soap scum in sinks and bathtubs, bathtub rings, spots on dishes or shower doors, reduced foaming and cleaning abilities of soaps and detergents, dingy and yellowed clothes with soapy residues that require extra rinsing to remove, clogged pipes from buildup of minerals, increased water heating costs from buildup of minerals, reducing efficiency of water heaters, and possible skin infections from bacteria trapped in pores underneath soap scum. Our soft water exchange tank service is the environmentally superior way to soften your hard water. With this system, a Rayne technician will deliver a fresh tank to your home and exchange it every week, every 2 weeks or every 4 weeks depending on the number of people in your home. They will return the “old” tank back to the plant to “regenerate” it for the next trip. Contact us today to find out how we can turn the water on your base to softened water.