The water that comes through the faucets in your house might contain several types of contaminants. If your water is unpleasant to drink because of the taste and smell of chlorine, a whole-house chlorine filter can help.
How a Whole-House Filter Can Remove Contaminants and Give You Clean Water
Water that passes through a whole-house filter goes through a few stages that remove different types of contaminants. The pre-filter stage removes sediment, silt, and other large contaminants from the water supply.
Next, water goes through an activated carbon filter. Activated carbon binds to chlorine and chloramines in the water and removes them.
The final step is the post-filter stage. That part of the process removes any other contaminants from the water so that it’s clean and safe.
A whole-house water filter is installed where the main water line enters the house and treats all of the water that comes into the home. With a whole-house filter, you can be confident that the water that comes out of any faucet in your home will be free of contaminants.
Get Help Choosing and Installing a Whole-House Water Filter
If your water smells or tastes unpleasant, it might be contaminated with chlorine. In that case, installing a whole-house chlorine filter can be an effective solution.
You might not know what type of harmful substances are in your water. Even if you think you know, there might be other contaminants that you aren’t aware of. Whole-house water filters can be used to remove several types of contaminants, but first you need to identify the substances that you’re dealing with so you can select the right type of filter.
The professionals at Tri-County Water Services can test a sample of your water and identify any contaminants that can affect your water quality and your family’s health. Then we can install a whole-house filter that will remove them and provide your family with safe water. Contact us today at (610) 857-1740 to learn more about the water filtration services that we offer and to schedule an appointment to have your system inspected and get your water tested.