This is the most complicated of all our systems. Reverse Osmosis is reserved for the worst of the worst water. Normally we install reverse Osmosis systems on wells that have salt water intrusion and therefor without the Reverse Osmosis is not usable. A couple of problems with reverse osmosis are;
Takes out all the good stuff that water should have in it and because the water has to be extensively treated to remove iron, sulfur and calcium prior to reaching the reverse osmosis unit. The well may need an aerator to remove sulfur, a softener to remove iron and calcium, a chlorinator to help reduce hydrogen sulfur, a carbon tank to remove the chlorine and a very large holding tank(350 Gallon) to supply clean water to the house. This is the most expensive of systems and requires the most to keep it operating properly.