A whole house water filter, depending on its quality, will remove dangerous contaminants from the water you drink and use to bathe, cook, and clean. But before you begin searching for a whole house water filter, have a professional test your water to find out what kind of contaminants are present in your water and determine the right type of filter for your needs.

Here are a few whole house water filters you might consider installing in your home.

1. GE GXWH04F Whole House Water Filtration System

This budget-friendly option will filter sand, sediment, and other debris commonly found in water. The GE filter effectively reduces the presence of chlorine and sediment and has a lifespan of about three months. Replacement filters are affordable and will visibly improve the appearance and composition of your home’s water.

2. 3M Aqua-Pure Whole House Water Filtration System

Effective and easy to maintain, this water filter has a sediment filter that traps particles greater than 5 microns in size. The filter uses activated carbon to remove chlorine and other common contaminants. One advantage of the 3M filter is its “sanitary quick change” feature, which allows you to simply unthread the canister and replace the filter without having to deal with drip pans and use wrenches to remove the dirty filter.

3. iSpring Whole House Water Filtration System

If your home receives well water, this water filter has a three-stage system that uses multiple filters to remove sand, dirt, rust, chlorine, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), iron, manganese, and other heavy metals and contaminants. The first two filters have a life up to 100,000 gallons, while the heavy metal filter needs to be replaced after 50,000 gallons.

4. Home Master Whole House 2-Stage Water Filtration System

This filter is great for removing chlorine, chloramine, and hydrogen sulfide. The filtration system uses KDF85 filtration media and catalytic carbon to improve the taste of water and remove unpleasant odors.

5. Express Water Heavy Metal Whole House Water Filter

If heavy metals are present in your water supply, this filtration system uses the KDF filter to remove heavy metals like iron, lead, mercury, and aluminum. The sediment filter removes sand, rust particles, and dirt, while the activated carbon filter removes chloramine, hydrogen sulfide, and arsenic.

If you need help choosing the right water filter for your home or would like professional installation, give us a call!