If the water in your home doesn’t look or smell all that desirable every time you turn the tap on, it might be time to think about a whole house water filter.
I have included a good number of different designs from a few well known manufacturers that will suit just about any household. As you go through the reviews, you may notice there is a pretty big difference in price as well, so if you’re not looking to spend a lot of money and you don’t want to compromise on quality, I’m sure you’ll find a product that fits your needs.
Aquasana Whole House Water Softener & Filter System
How annoying is it when you’re looking for a water softener and/or a water filter, find a manufacturer that uses the sort of technology you’re interested in but then you have to go to different places in order to find the right one in their range?
VERY! Is my answer to that question, and for that reason I’m going to give you an insight into the type of technology Aquasana has come up with and what type of softener and filtration systems you can buy.
Aquios FS-220 Salt Free Water Softener and Filtration System
First of all, the Aquios whole house water softener and filter system doesn’t use salt as part of the water cleansing process. If that has put you off reading any further, think about this. Salt based systems actually strip the water that comes out of your faucet of minerals that can be good for you. Compounds like calcium and magnesium are highly prevalent in hard water, but you can still achieve that “soft” like feel without the need to take these away completely.
Aqua-Pure AP903 Whole House Water Filter
At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking this whole house water filter doesn’t really have much to it. But, believe me it packs a punch! It actually looks a bit like an oxygen tank, and connects neatly on to the water system you have in your home. For anyone with some idea of plumbing and how it works, this unit won’t take long to install.