Water Filters, Conditioners, Reverse Osmosis
Alternatives to Water Softeners
Always Have Your Water Tested First
Before installing any water treatment system be sure to have the water tested. The test will identify the bacteria and level of minerals that are present. Interpretation of the test results will help determine whether treatment is needed and what type of system or systems to consider.
Types of Home Water Filters
There are several types of water filtration systems available. Homeowners should be able to install Counter Top and Faucet Connected water Filters simply by following the manufacturer’s installation instructions. Choose the system that meets your needs based upon the contaminants you’re trying to remove. Be aware that although the countertop and faucet-mounted filters are easiest to install initially, they’re more bulky and less convenient than the hidden undersink filter. They’re also less versatile if you’re attempting to filter contaminants other than tastes, smells and lead.
Whole-House Water Filters: Whole-house filters are available and easy to install. They’re placed in the main water line entering your home and are designed to remove sediment and rust particles from all of the water entering your home. They can also benefit the other types of water filters by acting as a particulate prefilter.
Under Sink Water Filters: Different varieties of undersink filters are available and should be chosen depending upon your home’s individual needs. Some of these filters remove bad tastes and odors only. Others also may remove lead, bacteria and sediment or any combination of the four. These units may have multiple cartridges, each designed to filter a particular type of contaminant. Water Filters are also available for your Refrigerator Freezer’s Ice Maker and Shower Heads.
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