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Chloramine is a disinfection agent comprised of chlorine + ammonia used as an alternative to chlorine in some city water treatment facilities. They use chloramines for two big reasons: (1) chloramine is less reactive, so it does not create as many disinfection by-products as chlorine, and (2) chloramine is more persistent, and remains in the treated water through the distribution network all the way to the taps in the homes the treatment facility serves. For customers with chloramine in their water, we offer the EQ-400. The EQ-400 features upgraded catalytic activated carbon media , which has a higher surface point and is able to handle the aggressiveness of the chloramine for a longer period of time than the standard coconut shell carbon used in the standard whole house systems. The EQ-400 is available for purchase by calling the Aquasana Water Specialists at 866-662-6885.

The PureMaster™ V-Series™ (V-300™, V-500™, or V-700™) Whole Home Units (or drinking water systems) are designed for maximum contact time to ensure optimum filtration for: 300,000 gallons of water (3–5 years use for average household); 500,000 gallons of water (5–7 years use for average household); or 700,000 gallons of water (7–10 years use for average household). The PureMaster™ V-Series™ (V-300™, V-500™, or V-700™) is a Point-of-Entry (POE) system designed for municipally treated water but may also be used, in many cases, as a well water filter or treatment system. The PureMaster™ V-Series™ (V-300™, V-500™, or V-700™) may serve as a mild water softener, depending on your specific water conditions, or it may also be installed after a water softener.

There are various hard minerals in your tap water and the main culprits that produce hard water are magnesium and calcium. When these two come together, they form hard crystals which will stick to anything they come into contact with, and that’s why you get lime-scale.
SLOW PHOS technology works by altering the ionic charge of these troublesome minerals, which means they won’t be able to stick together and create lime-scale. This results in soft water that’s nice to drink as well as protecting your appliances. It also means that you still get the benefits of the minerals mentioned, which in small doses are good for you.

There are different models available so considering your needs, choose the one that would be most suitable for you. If you want to filter the water for just sediment and dirt, then Watts and Culligan would be the better options for you. But if you want the water to be pure and drinkable, then Aquasana, Crystal Quest, and Aqua-Pure are worth consideration. The systems we have recommended are based on their value, quality of filtration media, certifications and customer reviews. To decide which one will best suit your needs, you can compare  whole house water filters we have listed above and consider their features, benefits, and rating. We hope that in our best whole house water filter reviews the information was helpful.

The performance claims and pricing found in these whole house water filter reviews and comparisons are taken directly from the Manufacturer’s literature.
Brand Aquasana EcoWater Wellness Crystal Quest Cuzn Model 600,000 Rhino ECWS MG-III CQE-WH-01103 WH-200B Retail Price $ $2500 $5950 $529 $1595 Replacement Cost $ $2500 $2000 $155 $595 Capacity 600,000 Gal. 695,000 Gal. 700,000 Gal. 80,000 Gal. 500,000 Gal. Estimated Life 6 Years 5 Years 3 Years 1 Year 5 Years Repalcement Filter Type Main Filter Tank & Media Main Filter Tank & Media Cartridge Empty & Refill Media Filters Chlorine Yes > 97% Yes Yes Yes > 50% Yes > 50% Filters Sediment Yes Yes Yes Complete System Certification ( NSF) Yes Yes No No No Needs Backflushing No Yes Yes No Needs Electricity No Yes Yes No Needs Drainage No Yes Yes No No Wastewater No Yes Yes No No Satisfaction Guarantee 90 Days 30 Days Minus Shipping Warranty 6 Years 1 Year Limited 10 Year Limited Tank Only
Many other water filter systems were considered for the whole house water filter reviews supplied here but were not included because their performance claims were unfortunately either undocumented or overly exaggerated. Only performance claims that have been certified by NSF  are considered certified in the whole house water filter reviews provided.

The type of system that you install is going to dictate in large part where you end up putting it. So, if you are unsure about this part of the job then I would suggest hiring a professional instead rather than trying to accomplish the task on your own. It’s better to be safe than sorry especially when it comes to expensive things like a water softener. Personally, I’d rather have someone do it for me for a couple of twenties than having to bother doing it on my own and risking doing it wrong. Unless, you got the skills needed to execute it properly, I’d pay someone else to do it. 

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There are different models available so considering your needs, choose the one that would be most suitable for you. If you want to filter the water for just sediment and dirt, then Watts and Culligan would be the better options for you. But if you want the water to be pure and drinkable, then Aquasana, Crystal Quest, and Aqua-Pure are worth consideration. The systems we have recommended are based on their value, quality of filtration media, certifications and customer reviews. To decide which one will best suit your needs, you can compare  whole house water filters we have listed above and consider their features, benefits, and rating. We hope that in our best whole house water filter reviews the information was helpful.

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