If you want to improve the quality of the water in your home, you have many options to choose from. A water filter can be as small as a pitcher that you stick inside of your refrigerator and as large as a standalone appliance that’s attached to your home’s plumbing system. A whole house water filter falls into the latter category, and it’s one of the best options you have for filtering your home’s water. Today we’re going to talk about what a whole house water filter is and the benefits of installing one in your New Hampshire home!
What is a “whole house” water filter?
A whole house water filter is a category of water filtration systems that are installed near the point where water enters your home. Unlike point-of-use systems, which only filter the water that comes from a single tap, a whole house water filtration system filters water as soon as it enters your home. As a result, the water that comes out of every single tap in your home is filtered by a whole house system.
Whole house water filters can use a variety of different filtration techniques depending on the needs of your particular home.
What are the benefits of installing a whole house water filter?
- “All-access pass” to filtered water at home. As we mentioned above, a whole house water filter provides filtered water at every single tap. That means that whether you fill up a glass of water in the kitchen or in a bathroom, you’ll have equal access to the same great-tasting and healthy water. This is also great for other daily tasks that you use water for, such as brushing your teeth and washing your face.
- Filtered water for bathing. Another great benefit of whole house water filters is that they provide filtered water for your showers and baths. A whole house system will remove water contaminants that can aggravate your skin and hair while showering. In addition, a whole house system will get rid of contaminants like chlorine that can be found in water vapor in the shower and are dangerous to breathe in.
- Protection for your plumbing system and appliances. Along with the many great benefits you and your family will experience with a whole house filter, your plumbing system will be happier as well. That’s because a whole house filter removes contaminants that can clog and corrode your pipes, as well as contaminants that can damage water-using appliances like your dishwasher and washing machine.
If you have any questions about a whole house water filter, or if you’d like a water system serviced or installed in your home, contact McBride’s, your water softener and water filtration system dealer in Epsom, NH. We provide service all over New Hampshire, including towns like Northwood, Deerfield and Alton, NH.