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The running water in your home is absolutely essential to having a good quality of life and a part of that is to have clean water to drink, to bathe, and to cook. If you want the purest quality water coming from your faucets, you should consider having a filtration system installed. There are several ways you can benefit from a water filtration system. These include:
* Safer drinking water: All impurities will be removed.
* Cleaner showers and baths: With no impurities, your skin and hair will look and feel better.
* Increase the lifespan of your plumbing and appliances: Clean water is easier on your pipes and appliances than contaminated water.
* No need to buy bottled water, which is better for the environment and bank account: With clean water coming into the home, you won’t need bottled water.
If you are thinking about installing a whole house water filter, you should consider AquaOx as they have been providing top quality water filtration systems that don’t require a filter change for 20-years! In fact, they pride themselves on zero maintenance and simple DIY installations – read this review on AquaOx and see why many love this system.
5-Steps on Choosing the Right Water Filtration For Your Home:
#1 Drinking Water Filter or Whole House
There are two types of water filter systems. The first is a drinking water filter, also known as a Point of Use system, which is attached to the kitchen sink. This would work for you if you only want your drinking and cooking water to be filtered.
If you want to water from every faucet to be filtered, you should go with a Point of Entry system. This will filter all of the water that comes into your home; therefore, the water in your bathtub and all of your faucets will be filtered.
#2 Your Can Benefit From a Whole House Filter If You Use the Public Water Supply Or Well Water
Most public water supplies are safe; however, your water could contain contaminants that are not regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Also, it is not uncommon to get a boil water notice. Hundreds of boil water notices are sent out all over the country every day. If you have a whole house water filter, you won’t need to worry about boiling your water.
If you have well water, you have concerns of your own. Recent studies have shown that 40 percent of private wells contain chloroform bacteria or E. coli. A whole house filter will ensure that your water is always clean and pure.
#3 How Many Bathrooms Do You Have?
The size of the water filter you would need would depend on your water usage. If you are going to have the shower, a faucet, the dishwasher, and washing machine all running simultaneously, you will need a large filter. A simple way to determine the size filter you need is the number of bathrooms you have. If you have a few bathrooms that are all used daily, you will need a larger filtration system. If you have just one bathroom, you won’t have people showering, brushing their teeth, and flushing the toilet at the same time. This would require a smaller filtration system.
#4 How Many People Live In Your Home?
Many water filtration systems depend on the amount of water that is used in your household each day. Before selecting the right size, you would need to think about the number of people in your home that use the water daily.
When purchasing a whole house water filter, the water specialist you are working with can figure out the right size based on the number of people living in the home.
#5 Know What’s In Your Water
If you’re going to choose the best water filter for your home, you should have an idea of what is in your water. For example, if there is lead in your water, a water specialist can direct you to a water filter system designed to remove lead.
Are you on a public water supply? if so, you can get a copy of the Annual Water Quality Report on your city or town’s website.
If you have well water, you will need to figure out what is on the water on your own. The best way to do this is to take a sample of your water and bring it to a certified water testing lab. When taking your sample, you will need a clean cup. Before taking the sample, you should remove the tip of the faucet. Finally, make sure that the sample that you are taking is cold. When the lab tests the water, you will have an idea of what is in your water so that you can get the right filtration system for the quality of your water.
The whole purpose of a whole house filter is to improve the quality of your water. If you don’t know what your water contains, you won’t be able to get the best filter for your home’s needs.
You can benefit greatly by installing a whole home water filtration system. Not only will your drinking and cooking water be safe, but your hair and skin will look better. Because there are so many filtration systems on the market, it is essential that you choose the right one. A water filtration specialist can use the information you give them regarding your water quality and usage to select the best system for your home and family.


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