A RainSoft Drinking Water System Can Give You Better Water in Your Michigan Home

If you’re tired of your unappealing tap water, why not have a RainSoft water purifying system installed in your Michigan home? Thanks to RainSoft, you and your family can enjoy an unlimited supply of high-quality drinking water – without the expense of bottled water, the hassle of home delivery, or the fuss of a filtration pitcher. A home drinking water system from RainSoft provides a simple solution that will last for life!

With a RainSoft system, the water from your Michigan kitchen faucet will be clearer, healthier, and more refreshing than ever. You may even find that it tastes better than bottled water!

Our drinking water filtration systems can address a variety of water quality concerns, including:

  • A chlorine taste or odor
  • A chalky or grainy texture
  • A high VOC concentration

Our premium model, the Ultrefiner II, helps purify your water three separate times for impeccable results. Built with reverse osmosis technology, the Ultrefiner II will remove tiny particles that other purifiers could otherwise miss.

This RainSoft drinking water system can be installed below your kitchen sink or in your basement. Choose the tap you’d like the purified drinking water to come from, and our experienced installation team will take care of the rest. (Our technicians can even run the plumbing from our RainSoft system to your refrigerator’s ice and water dispenser so that your newly filtered drinking water is chilled for an even more refreshing result.)

Are you ready to get started with a RainSoft water purifying system? Call our water quality experts today to schedule a complimentary in-home water hardness and drinking water test.A balancing rock, also called balanced rock or precarious boulder, is a naturally occurring geological formation featuring a large rock or boulder, sometimes of substantial size, resting on other rocks, bedrock, or on glacial till. Some formations known by this name only appear to be balancing, but are in fact firmly connected to a base rock by a pedestal or stem.