A whole-house water filter system is a safety net for your home's water. Installed at the entry point of your water supply, it filters out dirt and contaminants, ensuring clean water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and cleaning. These systems use various filters, including particle catchers and carbon filters, and may employ advanced techniques like reverse osmosis or UV light to kill germs. This system promotes health while also prolonging the lifespan of your pipes and appliances by preventing the accumulation of unwanted substances.
There are many different types of whole house water filtration systems we offered. Some of the most common types of whole house water filtration systems include:
- Sediment filters: Sediment filters remove large particles from the water, such as dirt, sand, and rust. This can improve the clarity and taste of your water.
- Carbon filters: Eliminate things like chlorine, which can change how the water tastes and smells. They can also take out things called VOCs.
- Ultrafiltration systems: Ultrafiltration systems remove even smaller contaminants than reverse osmosis systems, including viruses and some bacteria. However, they are not as effective at removing minerals as reverse osmosis systems.
Finding the best home water cleaning system for you depends on the type and source of your water. Also, consider your budget and desired water cleanliness level when choosing a system. We're here to help you make the right choice.