Whole-House Water Filter Installation in Buford and Dacula
Are you always buying bottled water because the water from your tap doesn’t taste so well? Looking for a way to improve the water quality throughout your home?
You may want to consider whole-house water filtration. But you might also be wondering: Which type of filter should you get? How will it be installed? Will it actually help?
The team at Georgia Plumbing Solutions Co. is here to help you navigate this process. Our Buford and Dacula water filtration experts will handle everything for you:
Selecting the Right Type of Water Filter for Your Home
There are several different kinds of filtration technology out on the market, some more popular than others. The best one for your home will depend on the types of contaminants affecting your water supply. Hard water (which contains magnesium and calcium) is a common example. Other homes may have chlorine, lead, or nitrates/nitrites in their water.
If you’re not sure which types of contaminants are in your water supply, you can easily find out using water testing kits (available at your local home improvement store). This will help you narrow down your options when searching for the right water filtration system.
Common types of water purification technologies include:
This is a popular option that targets a range of contaminants including sediment, metals, VOCs, chlorine, and rust.
If you have hard water, installing a water softener is the most effective way to improve your water quality.
These systems are designed to remove chemicals like chlorine, as well as sediment.
Homeowners who would like to remove harmful microorganisms and bacteria from their water will want to look into UV sterilization.
Carbon filters are budget-friendly options providing a comprehensive filtration solution. This makes them a good choice for homeowners who are looking for an economical filter that gets the job done.
Our filtration experts will assess your particular water quality issues and help you select the whole-home filter that will work best for your household.
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Combining Point-of-Use and Whole-House Filters
Many homeowners choose to install both point-of-entry filters (whole-home systems) and point-of-use filters (located beneath your sinks).
Point-of-use filters are excellent complements to whole-house systems. You can install a whole-house carbon filter to handle your large appliances (washing machine, water heater, dishwasher), while a point-of-use reverse osmosis system under your kitchen sink treats your drinking water.
Combining point-of-use and whole-house filters is an effective way to target different contaminants and improve your overall water quality.
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