A backwashed carbon filter is the best but how do you know your flow
rate? Have you actually measured it, which is very hard to do to get the
right figures; you should add up all the maximum flow rates of all
I don't support removal of chlorine on a whole house basis if you have
city water. It usually leads to bacteria problems in the plumbing and/or
odors. If you have a chlorination system on your well then IMO, that's
ok. If you're interest in pricing my email works.
Quality Water Associates
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