Whole-Home Water Filtration Systems


It’s a question more and more homeowners are beginning to ask: is the water in my home completely safe to drink? The issue of water quality is increasingly gaining prominence. If you’re ready to do everything possible to ensure the water that comes out of your taps is free of contaminants, it’s a good idea to start with a whole-home water filtration system.

The contractors at Superior Plumbing, Heating & Air-Conditioning, Inc can conduct whole-house water filtration system installation and repair services to homes in the Waterford, MI area. Let us help give you peace of mind that the water running through your household is clean and safe for drinking and washing.

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Whole-Home Water Filtration System Benefits

Installing a whole-home water filtration system does a little bit more than just clean the water in your water supply. It comes with a number of bonuses. Here’s what you can expect by setting up a filter in your home:
  • Extend the lifetime of plumbing appliances and fixtures by running clean water
  • Save yourself from spending thousands of dollars on bottled water
  • Protect your family from sickness and disease caused by contamination
  • Take comfort in the fact you and your family are consuming safe and clean water
Having the confidence that all of the water coming out of your taps is safe can be a game-changer. Get in touch with us when you want to experience all the benefits a whole-home water filtration system can provide you.

Different Types of Water Filters

In case you were wondering, there are a number of different types of whole-home water filtration systems available on the market. Select one that fits your needs and price range. Some of the most popular systems include:

Carbon Filters

By using a series of activated carbon filters, this system can remove contaminants from the water that passes through, making sure it’s safe, clean and tastes absolutely fresh.

Reverse Osmosis

Some filtration systems make use of reverse osmosis, which involves transferring water from a high ion concentration tank to a low ion concentration tank. What remains after this process is a full tank of clean water that’s safe for drinking and washing.

Water Softeners

Water softeners remove minerals like calcium and magnesium. The end result is water that aids in preserving the health of your pipes and cookware while feeling much more smooth when in contact with skin.

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