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Whole house water filtration systems ensure that you and your loved ones experience clean, delicious water at every point of use - from the laundry room to the kitchen sink and everywhere in between. These filtration systems are fully customizable to suit your specific home water needs. If you use well water or have questions on how to build a whole house water filtration system, contact our team of water experts.

Benefits of Whole House Water Filters

We all use water every day for drinking, cooking, washing laundry, brushing teeth, bathing, making ice, and so much more. We want to help you make sure your water is as safe, clean, and delicious as it can be.

Showers: Using a whole house carbon filtration system reduces chlorine or chloramine in water. These disinfectants cause skin and hair to become dried out and damaged. Hard water makes water feel slimy in the shower and creates soap curds that make washing more difficult, which is why we recommend adding a water softener or salt-free water conditioner to your whole house system.

Refrigerator & Ice Makers: Hard water deposits make your ice taste terrible, look foggy, or clog up your ice maker entirely. This can result in costly maintenance fees. Some ice makers come with a preinstalled filter that removes some hard mineral deposits, but this filter must be changed often. Installing a whole house system that includes scale control or a water softener will save you time, frustration, and money in the long run.

Faucets & Sinks: Faucets and sinks get so much use throughout the day. We use our tap water for brushing teeth, washing food, cooking, and making beverages. Investing in a whole house solution for your home brings the most delicious and healthiest water to your tap.

Washer & Dryer: A salt-free water conditioner or chemical-free water softener at the point of entry removes water hardness. This not only keeps clothes looking brighter and feeling softer, it also reduces the amount of detergent and soap needed, which saves you money.

Point of Entry (POE): POE is the point at which water enters your home for plumbing, dishwashers, car washing, cooking, bathing, and washing clothing. Adding a whole house water filtration system at the POE guarantees that clean, filtered water reaches every tap and point of use in your home.

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