Whole Home Water Filtration Customized for Your Home & Water Quality!

Ready for great tasting, healthy water free of chlorine, appliance-damaging minerals, and common OKC water contaminants?

We offer whole home filtration systems as well as drinking water systems to ensure the quality of water your family deserves.

For years, we’ve helped Oklahoma City families remove up to 99% of contaminants from their drinking water while also filtering the water for their entire home so you can enjoy luxurious baths free of chlorine, softer skin, silkier hair, whiter whites, brighter brights, & spotless dishes, and stemware.

3 Options For Better Water Through Home Water Filtration

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Chlorine & Chloramine Removal

Chlorine is a nasty but necessary chemical used to disinfect municipal water supplies. Although it’s good for killing bacteria, it’s bad for your skin and your health. Over-the-counter chlorine filters for your shower and sink only can do so much before they themselves get overrun with bacteria and buildup.
Our unique Whole Home Chlorine Filter removes chlorine for the ENTIRE home so you never have to change another filter again. 

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Remove Damaging Hard Water Minerals

We all know the telltale signs of hard water. Just like flies in the springtime, those pesky hard water spots, scale in the bathtub, and embarrassing cloudiness on the wine glasses keep coming back again and again. Rapid Water Systems offers a variety of hardness removal systems that ensure sparkling drinking glasses, clear shower glass, soft skin and hair, and lots of suds in your bubble bath.

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Reduce Contaminants from Your Drinking Water

While most water is free of harmful bacteria, you water travels through miles of old infrastructure to reach your faucet. In the process, it dissolves some of what it comes into contact with. Our systems reduce up to 99% of common water contaminants so you can enjoy high quality water that is healthy for your family. With professional installation and filter change reminders, you rest assured your water is the best quality.

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Verified Local Oklahoma City Reviews

Carole Davis

Had an issue with our water heater right before the holidays. They were able to come out the same day, fix the problem and help us get set up on a yearly preventative maintenance program. Everyone was helpful, friendly, and kind.

A Five Star Google Review

Nancy Roberts

Jacob came out to help me with my frozen pipes in 9 degree weather! He had to get to a certain crawl space that had a wood pile in front of it and he helped me move it. (Who does that? Rapid Water Heaters & Plumbing does that)! He got the heater hooked up and the lines are beginning to thaw. These guys are amazing I would highly recommend them to everyone! Don't walk to the phone when you have a plumbing or Water Heater issue run and call these guys! Thanks Jacob

A Five Star Google Review

Tom Marra

I used Rapid Plumbing because OG&E shut off my gas, for a reason unrelated to my home. Then, after repeated unsuccessful requests to OG&E to turn back on my service, Rapid Plumbers identified the problem and solved my issue when another plumbing company wanted around $4000 to "diagnose the problem." Rapid Plumbers not only diagnosed the problem, they fixed it, for under $300. I would absolutely recommend this company.

A Five Star Google Review

Bill Edmond

The absolute best! Very grateful. Both the person who took my call and the person who did the work were wonderful. I had(have) a trusted plumber who quoted $2200 and Rapid Water Heaters & Plumbing were able to do it 1 day sooner (same day I called) and $1000 less. They will be my first call for all plumbing needs. I couldn’t recommend them higher.

A Five Star Google Review

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The Best Home Water Filtration OKC For Your Home

Rapid Water was founded in as a plumbing Oklahoma City company offering plumbing services in Oklahoma City OK and has been offering the best water heater, water treatment, drain cleanings, and more for more than 10 years. We’ve skipped all the marketing gimmicks and decided to pass along the savings to you. We’ll get you a competitive quote to figure out the best plumbing solution for your residential or commercial application. Give us a call today! Address: 10918 SE 59th St Oklahoma City, OK 73150 Phone Number: (405) 464-3209 Hours: About Oklahoma City OK: Oklahoma City is divided into 14 different districts: Western Avenue, Uptown 23rd, Stockyards City, Plaza District, Paseo Arts District, Midtown, City Center/Downtown, Boathouse District, West Village District, Asian District, Adventure District, Deep Deuce, Bricktown, & Automobile Alley. Each of the districts have something unique to offer locals and visitors alike. Also known as “The Modern Frontier” the OKC area is a delightful blend of culture, cuisine, attractions, and amenities. From the art & architecture bike tour to the Cattleman’s Congress, there’s something for everyone here. Directions from the Will Rogers World Airport 7100 Terminal Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73159 to Rapid Water 10918 SE 59th St Oklahoma City, OK 73150: Get on I-44/OK-3 E from Terminal Dr, S Meridian Ave and SW 54th St, Head south on Terminal Dr toward Guy Fuller Dr, Use the right lane to turn slightly right to stay on Terminal Dr, Turn right onto SW 67th St, Turn right onto S Meridian Ave, S Meridian Ave turns right and becomes Amelia Earhart Ln, Turn left onto Terminal Dr, Continue onto S Meridian Ave, Turn right onto the SW 54th St ramp to Portland Ave, Turn right onto SW 54th St, Turn right onto the I-44 W/OK-3 E ramp, Follow OK-3 E to S Douglas Blvd. Take exit 11B from I-240 E/OK-3 E, Merge onto I-44/OK-3 E, Keep left at the fork to continue on I-240 E/OK-3 E, follow signs for US-62 E/Dallas/Ft. Smith, Take exit 11B toward Tinker AFB/Midwest City, Drive to SE 59th St, Merge onto S Douglas Blvd, Turn right onto SE 59th St, Rapid Water will be on the right

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What is the best whole house water filter?

We might be biased, but we believe the best whole house water filter for your home is a Rapid Water Systems Water Filter. Our filters:

  • Are WQA certified, IAPMO certified, and NSF/ANSI Standard 44 certified.
  • Address water quality issues such as iron, sediment, acidity, taste, and odor.
  • Reduce Chlorine, Chloramines or particulates.
  • Neutralize corrosiveness to protect fixtures, pipes, and appliances.
  • Employ natural oxidation to remove iron & manganese.

How much does a home water filtration system cost?

A home water filtration system costs between $900 and $3,000. They are designed to be easy to install and remove (good news if you want to take your unit with you when you move). However, unless you are confident in your electrical and plumbing abilities, you might want to hire a plumber which could add $100 to $600 to the initial cost of your unit. Purchasing a water softener through a water filtration system installation company can save you money on installation costs. Contact us today for a free quote.

How to install whole house water filter?

To install whole house water filter you, or a plumber from Rapid Water Systems , will do the following:

  • 1. First, turn off the water supply.
  • 2. From the lowest point in the home, open a faucet to release pressure and drain most of the water from the system
  • 3. Select the location for your filter.
  • 4. Make 2 cut’s to remove the pipe section.
  • 5. Place a compression nut and a brass fitting then secure with teflon tape.
  • 6. Install the filter so the flow of water enters the “in” port and exits through the “out” port then hand tighten the compression nut.
  • 7. Turn the filter valve to “off”, turn the water back on slowly and check for leaks.
  • 8. Turn the filter value to “filter” and check again for leaks.

How to install a whole house water filter on a well?

To install whole house water filter on a well you, or a Rapid Water Systems plumber, will do the following:

  • 1. Turn off the water supply.
  • 2. From the lowest point in the home, open a faucet to release pressure and drain most of the water from the system
  • 3. Locate your main water supply line where it enters the house and before it enters your water softener or storage tank then select the location for your filter on that same pipe.
  • 4. Make 2 cut’s to remove the pipe section.
  • 5. Place a compression nut and a brass fitting then secure with teflon tape.
  • 6. Install the filter so the flow of water enters the “in” port and exits through the “out” port then hand tighten the compression nut.
  • 7. Turn the filter valve to “off”, turn the water back on slowly and check for leaks.
  • 8. Turn the filter value to “filter” and check again for leaks.

How to change whole house water filter?

To change whole house water filter you, or a Rapid Water Systems plumber, will do the following:

  • 1. Make sure you have the correct replacement filter, wrench (filter/strap), replacement o ring, food grade silicone grease, plumber’s/teflon tape, a big bucket to catch water, & some rags to clean up with on hand.
  • 2. Shut off water to your house
  • 3. Verify all your water using appliances are turned off.
  • 4. Open the filter canister.
  • 5. Inspect the Old Filter and Clean Out the Filter Housing.
  • 6. Inspect and Replace the O-Ring
  • 6. Put Plumber’s Tape Around the Threads of the Filter Canister.
  • 7. Putting the Replacement Filter In.
  • 8. SLOWLY turn your water back on.

How to choose a whole house water filter?

Choose a whole house water filter by answering the following questions:
  • 1. Do you need a whole house water filter (all water filtered vs. drinking water only)?
  • 2. What water problems are you experiencing? What level of filtration do you need?
  • 3. What size of filter do you need? How much water does your family use?
  • 4. Are you concerned about water usage (the efficiency of the system)?
  • 5. What kind of routine maintenance alerts are you looking for (high-tech, low-tech, scheduled)?

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