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Heavy-Duty Backwashing Whole House Filter System with NextSand for Sediment & Turbidity Removal

SKU: WH-HD--3020
Sale Price $1,309.00 Listed Price $1,701.70
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● Removes dirt, rust, sand, and other microscopic debris.
● Removes particles down to 5 microns.
● Reduces the risk of clogging valves, aerators, filter screens, and filtration systems.
● Delivers filtered water to every faucet, shower, and outlet in your home or office.
● Install and forget. Requires low maintenance.
● Over 2-times more efficient than sand filtration.
● Automatic backwashing feature for trouble-free operation and long service life
● High flow rate is suitable for residential and commercial use.
● Designed, manufactured & assembled in the USA with high-quality parts and components that comply with NSF/ANSI standards to ensure longevity andefficient operation.

Note: It is not recommended to be installed outside of the home

Sediment & Turbidity in your drinking water can cause a range of negative effects like unpleasant taste and odor, discoloration, and potential clogging of plumbing fixtures and appliances. Additionally, sediment and turbidity can harbor harmful microorganisms and bacteria, leading to serious health issues such as diarrhea and other gastrointestinal illnesses. This heavy-duty whole house system provides a comprehensive solution that effectively removes sediment, turbidity, and other impurities from your water supply. It is designed to deliver sediment-free water while protecting your plumbing and appliances from sediment buildup. Invest in a whole house system for sediment & turbidity removal today and experience the benefits of clean water for your entire household.

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What contaminants does a whole house water filter remove?

A whole house water filter can effectively remove a wide range of contaminants, including sediment, chlorine, chloramines, heavy metals (lead, mercury, etc.), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), pesticides, herbicides, industrial chemicals, and some bacteria and viruses, depending on the specific filtration technology used

Do I need a whole house water filter if I already have a drinking water filter?

Yes, having a whole house water filter is still beneficial, even if you have a drinking water filter. It ensures that all the water used in your home, including for bathing, cooking, laundry, and other household tasks, is purified. Additionally, it helps protect your plumbing and appliances from sediment and other harmful contaminants, potentially extending their lifespan.

How often should I replace the filters in my whole house water filter system?

The replacement frequency varies based on the type of filter and the level of water usage in your home. Generally, sediment filters should be replaced every 3-6 months, activated carbon filters every 6-8 months. It's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for your specific system.

Can I install a whole house water filter system myself, or do I need professional help?

While some DIY enthusiasts may be able to handle the installation, it is usually recommended to seek professional help for installing a whole house water filter system. Proper installation ensures that the system functions efficiently and is correctly connected to your plumbing.

Will a whole house water filter affect water pressure in my home?

When appropriately sized and installed, a whole house water filter should not significantly impact water pressure in your home. Modern systems are designed to maintain adequate water flow rates while effectively filtering the water.

Can a whole house water filter remove hard water minerals?

A standard whole house water filter may not be sufficient to remove hard water minerals like calcium and magnesium. For that purpose, you would need a separate water softener, which is specifically designed to address hard water issues.

Can I take my whole house water filter system with me if I move to a new house?

Whole house water filter systems are typically installed as permanent fixtures in your home's plumbing. They are challenging to relocate and are generally left behind when you move. If you plan to move, it's often best to leave the system in place for the next homeowner's benefit and install a new system in your new residence if needed.