Friday, July 10, 2009

A Filter Whole House is recommended if Longevity is what you are after.

By Zachus J Winestone

There are many great filters available that do not cost a lot of money but do a great job regardless. Filters range from countertop filters, faucets filters, undersink filters, camping filters and so on. When the health and well-being of your family is concerned, nothing but the best should be provided and with the large variety of filters that are out there, choosing the best is not an easy task. There is however one outstanding filter, and in my opinion, the best and that is, filter whole house or whole house filters. These filters are the best due to its proven results in supplying the entire house with quality drinking water.

Unlike other filters which can only filter one water outlet at any one time, a filter whole house system is able to filter water to kitchen taps, bathroom taps, toilets, showers, and even garden sprinklers. From personal experience, these filters are very easy to install. All I had to do was to attach the input line from the water source to my whole house filter. Some of these filters, including the one I have, have an in built by-pass valve that can be used to control whenever you want to wash your cars or water your lawn with normal water. This feature will save you on electricity bills and unnecessary water filter use.

Compared with other filters, this system is so effective that all the faucet outlets in my house were receiving the same quality of water at the same water pressure rate.

Water that comes from a municipal supply or from a well source is very dangerous as it may be contaminated with disease carrying bacteria and chemicals such as chlorine, lead and fluoride. These chemicals and bacteria are known to affect your health and can even lead to cancer in some cases when overly consumed.

To have a filter whole house system is better and much cheaper than having multiple faucet filters around your house. Over time dirt water can start to corrode the pipes with sediments and heavy corroding minerals. Changing these pipes can cost you a fortune leaving you with an over spent budget. Installing a whole house will prevent this from happening whereby ensuring that only clean water free of chemicals and large sediments flow through your water pipes.

Two years after Investing in a filter whole house system and my doctors and plumbing bills have reduced immensely. My family absolutely loves the quality of our water everyday and they believe its having a direct impact on their health and well-being. So just a food for thought, if you are considering a water filter than a whole house system should definitely be an option.

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