Whole House Water Filtration Systems
Experience the luxury of clean, soft, and chlorine-free water from every tap in your home with our Whole-House Water Filtration System. Say goodbye to worries about harmful chemicals and debris in your water, whether you're cooking, making coffee, or brushing your teeth.
- Comprehensive Solution: Tackles over 2000 potential water pollutants, including rust, debris, and dangerous substances like arsenic.
- Two Main Types: Choose from backwashing filters for large-scale cleaning or easy-to-manage cartridge filters.
- Various Sizes: Available in popular 10-inch and 20-inch sizes to suit your needs.
- Safe, Pure Water: Provides refined, healthy water for all household uses.
- Odorless and Tasteless: Removes pollutants that can affect the smell and taste of your water.
- Skin-Friendly: Soft water is gentle on sensitive skin, reducing dryness and itchiness.
- Cost-Effective: An investment that pays off in the long run with consistent water quality.
- Environmentally Friendly: Reduces reliance on bottled water, contributing to environmental sustainability.
Our filtration system undergoes a rigorous process to ensure the highest quality of water. It starts with sieving to remove large particles, followed by disinfection using activated charcoal. A post-filter phase catches any remaining contaminants, and an optional softening process using reverse osmosis is available.
Installation costs range from $100 to $2000, depending on your water contamination level. Annual filter changes are recommended for optimal performance. For further assistance, please contact our expert team. Experience the difference of pure, clean water with our Whole-House Water Filtration System.
What is a whole house filtration system?
A whole house filtration system is installed at the main water line instead of a single point of use within the home. FilterWay supplies comprehensive products designed to filter all the water supplied to a home, improving odor, taste and lowering toxin levels. These use a combination of filters, including activated carbon filters, to eliminate contaminants like sediments, chlorine, lead, and pesticides, providing clean and safe water for household use.
How does a whole house filtration system work?
A whole-house filtration system utilizes a multiple-stage filtration process to provide clean and safe water for a home. This process typically includes sediment filtering to remove large contaminants like sand, rust, and other dirt. Activated carbon filtration follows a process designed to remove organic compounds, chlorine, and other toxins found in tap water. FilterWay also provides systems with additional techniques like reverse osmosis to remove undesired minerals and salts according to your household's needs.
What are the benefits of using a whole-house filtration system?
A whole house filtration system is more convenient than point-of-use filters that are installed at each faucet. FilterWay offers products that are more cost-effective in the long run. By eliminating sediments and other impurities at the main water line, homeowners can reduce future maintenance costs for their plumbing and appliances. Filtered clean water has an improved appearance and taste, eliminating the need to rely on bottled water.
How do I choose the right whole-house filtration system for my home?
When choosing a whole-house filtration system from FilterWay, consider your water usage, quality, and budget. Firstly, contact a water testing lab to determine the exact contaminants in your water. This specifies the type of filters you will need. Once you settle on the filtration system based on the pollutants, consider the size of your home to determine the capacity of the system required and also factor in maintenance costs in proportion to your budget.
Can I install a Filterway whole house filtration system myself, or do I need a professional?
Whole House filtration systems require much more plumbing experience than point-of-use filters. If you are not familiar with the plumbing features of your home and need more experience with similar projects, it's best to entrust the process to professionals. Installing each filter in the system presents a complex challenge to the inexperienced DIY enthusiast. Hiring a professional will also safeguard your warranty with most manufacturers on FilterWay.
How often do I need to replace the filter in my whole house filtration system?
Your whole house filtration system will require filter changes every 6-12 months, depending on water usage and quality. As a general guide, FilterWay manufacturers provide recommendations for the type of filter, e.g., sediment filters may need to be replaced more frequently than activated carbon filters. Some systems have a built-in filter change indicator to simplify things. Alternatively, you can monitor changes in the quality of the filtered water.
Can I use a whole-house filtration system with well water?
FilterWay's whole-house filtration systems do work with well water. They provide a reliable way to reduce contaminants that pose health risks and minimize damage to plumbing and appliances. Select a system explicitly designed with well water to make the most of the setup. Such systems have sediment filters for the dirt, UV sterilizers for bacteria and viruses, and carbon-activated filters for the undesirable minerals and chemicals typically found in well water.
Will a whole house filtration system affect my water pressure?
Whole-house filtration products with activated carbon filters offered by FilterWay are designed to minimize the impact on water pressure. However, systems with reverse osmosis may have a more significant effect on water pressure. Additionally, if your plumbing is too small to handle the flow rate of your filtration system, you will experience reduced pressure. Also, with lower water quality, sediment filters may get clogged more quickly, resulting in decreased force.