Choosing Your Whole–House Water Filters
If you have used a filtering water jug or point of use filter before, you may think that a whole–house water filtration system is just as simple. This really is not the case, though. When investing in a whole–house water filtration system, you need to know that you are targeting the right pollutants with your system. We’ll make sure that this is the case.
- Sediment Filtration:
- Sediment filtration systems are used to remove particulates from the water coming from your fixtures. Different filter medias may be used in a single system, and it is integral to the success of your system that they are appropriate for your needs.
- Taste and Odor Filtration:
- If you are concerned with poor taste and foul odors in your water, then you may need to use activated carbon filtration in order to tackle the problem. Filter media won’t do the trick, as it doesn’t trap all of the dissolved inorganics and other pollutants that can affect taste and odor.
- Reverse Osmosis:
- If you really want outstanding water quality in your residence, a reverse osmosis system is tough to beat. These systems can remove 90–99% of all pollutants in your water supply. We will set you up with an RO system that you can truly count on.