Ohio Valley Pure Water Systems, Inc. BBB Business Review
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High Quality Reverse Osmosis Filtration in Hamilton, OH

Ohio Valley Pure Water is a leading water treatment company in the Hamilton area specializing in residential reverse osmosis water systems. We've been known in the greater Cincinnati eight county Tri-State area since 1988 for our excellent products and service. As a family owned business with non-commission sales reps, our prices are up to 75% less than our competitors' prices.

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Americans consume more than 10 billion gallons of bottled water annually, in many cases as an effort to avoid the harmful chemicals in their own tap water. However, more and more Americans are turning away from bottled water due to the expense and the damage that so many plastic bottles cause to the environment. Fortunately, reverse osmosis systems allow homeowners to enjoy healthy water all throughout their homes.


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  • No scare tactics
  • No high pressure
  • Wholesale pricing
  • Upfront pricing
  • American made quality products
  • Great warranty
  • Professional installation
  • Professional service
  • Non-commissions sale reps
  • Low overhead

Hamilton's Leader in RO Systems & Installation Service

Reverse osmosis water filtration systems are some of the best water filtration systems available. Reverse osmosis systems produce clear, great tasting, odorless water for your entire home. Reverse osmosis takes its cues from nature. As plants take moisture and nutrients in through roots and leaves, the same applies for reverse osmosis systems. These systems force water against a membrane which filters out small particles - leaving your home's water fresh and clean.

Reverse osmosis systems are low maintenance because they are self-cleaning and wash particles and other impurities directly down the drain. Ohio Valley Pure Water installs these reverse osmosis systems in basements and directly on faucets all while keeping your water's filtration tucked away out of sight.

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$449.00 Cash

$474.00 Check or Credit Card

Standard under sink installation included.

Options:

  • $175.00 standard basement installation & standard ice-maker installation (30% savings)
  • $125.00 standard basement installation
  • $125.00 standard ice-maker installation
  • $35.00 reverse osmosis pressure regulator (a must have for water pressure above 80 psi)
  • $112.00 chrome designer reverse osmosis faucet
  • $137.00 brush nickel, white, black and almond designer reverse osmosis faucet
  • $147.00 oil rub bronze designer reverse osmosis faucet

Special Benefits
Unlimited Supply High output performance ensures an abundant supply of pure water at all times
Multi-point Use Install anywhere and feed to multiple point-of-use throughout your home
Smart Automatic Smart system shuts off automatically to save water when tank is full
Treats all Water Treats chlorine, high TDS (contaminants), extreme pHs, effective even on low water pressure and temperature
FDA/NSF Approved FDA/NSF approved system components ensure the highest contaminant rejection and best water quality
Maintenance-Free Virtually no maintenance or trouble --- just change the pre-filters every 12 months



You can never be too careful when it comes to your well-being and that of your family. One of the most important, yet overlooked, steps you can take is ensuring that your home has clean, healthy drinking water. Decisions that affect your health and have a huge impact on your life can be difficult to make, so it is important to be well-informed. When deciding on which water filtration system is right for your home, a reverse osmosis system is a great option.

Is it necessary to change the filters every 12 months?

Yes, it is essential. The filters that we use in our R.O. unit are good for 12 months when using city/county water. By changing the four pre-filters on a regular basis, you will eliminate dirt and chemicals in the water that clog the membrane. After 12 months of use, the carbon filters can have bacteria growing within the filter media. Regardless of how much or how little water you use, it is highly recommended that you have your filters changed every 12 months. It is time and not usage that breaks down the filters. Well water and cistern water may necessitate more frequent filter changes.

Other than drinking & cooking, what other benefits are there to owning the R.O. unit?

  • Peace of mind
  • No more carrying bottled water
  • Tastes great
  • Healthier
  • Medications can do a better job
  • Ice and drinks taste better
  • Ice is clear and not cloudy
  • Useless mix to make coffee and tea
  • Saves on concentrated juices

Hear directly from our satisfied customers!

"I submitted a request for an estimate and someone called me back within half an hour. He was able to come out and tell us what we needed within the next day or two. He was polite and knowledgeable. The visit came without the annoying sales pitch, high pressure sales tactics and useless power point presentations, which we greatly appreciated. They were able to come install the unit a couple days later and we've had it for a few months at this point. The price we paid was significantly less than if we'd gone through another company, as we received several estimates prior to going with Ohio Valley Pure Water. We couldn't be happier with how the softener and whole house filtering system has performed and how easy the entire process was." Jennifer Blankenship
"I love my water with the reverse osmosis system. The owners are knowledgeable, very friendly, and easy to deal with. When I did have an issue (turned out to be a defective filter from the manufacturer) Mike came right out the same day and personally fixed the problem. Couldn't be happier with my whole experience so far!" David Pelle