Whole House Systems
There are two different standards for the two ways we use our potable water. Utility water should be non-scaling, non-staining, and odor-free. Drinking water should be disinfected, safe, and great-tasting. That is why today's whole-house water treatment model includes two water treatment stages: Point of Entry and Point of Use.
Point of Entry System + Point of Use System = Whole House System
1) Point of Entry filtration systems are set in place to clean and treat utility water for your laundry, bath, commodes, and kitchen. Point of Entry systems include chemical-free water softeners, salt-free water conditioners, UV disinfection systems, scale-control systems, and carbon systems, and ensure that your utility water is non-scaling, non-staining, and odor-free.
2) Point of Use filtration is primarily used for drinking water. POU systems include reverse osmosis (RO), ultrafiltration, distillation, and carbon filtration systems. These systems reduce many common water problems and will make your water great-tasting and safe for drinking, bathing, cooking, making ice, and washing vegetables with.
We want to make it as simple as possible to get a Whole House System for your specific needs. If you are on municipal water, start by choosing the number or people in your household, and then customize your system.
If you are on well water, none of these options are right for your, or you have more questions on how to choose a system, our team of Water Specialists is standing by to help you customize your system at 866.986.8895.
Point of Entry (POE): Any type of water that is used in your house for plumbing, dishwashers, cleaning your car, and washing your clothing.
Washer/Dryer: A Salt-Free Water Conditioner or Chemical-Free Water Softener at the Point of Entry will reduce scale or water hardness. This will not only keep clothes looking and feeling more soft and colorful, it will reduce the need to use as much detergent, and the need to use high efficiency soaps, saving you money.
Undersink RO System: We recommend an undersink solution, such as a Reverse Osmosis or Ultrafiltration System, or a Countertop Water Distiller. These compact systems provide a convenient way to further filter your dirnking and cooking water.
Refrigerator Filter: A refrigerator filter will offer additional insurance to your wholehouse system by further reducing VOCs and cysts, insuring the water and ice from your fridge is great-tasting and safe to drink.
Shower Filter: In order to get cleaner and healthier hair and skin, we recommend using a dechlorinating shower head filter. This removes chlorine, which can dry out your skin and hair.
Spot-Free Rinse: A Reverse Osmosis (RO) System reduces the TDS of water by about 95% This assures you will get a spot-free rinse with your car.