can anyone recommend a source and any observations on what kind of whole house
systems work and have parts available?
easy maintenance is also a concern.
primary reason for this is high iron content in local municipal water supply
causes discoloration (sinks, shower, toilet, etc.)
I've got an Aqua-Pure whole house sediment filter. Very easy to change
cartridges and with only two of us, they last 6 months. Plumber
installed it with ballcock bypasses. It replaced a leaky unit I put in
myself. Can't remember brand but bypass was built in and source of leak.
I'm on a well and sediment leading to iron deposits comes from well.
Still get some discoloration but it is much less. Wife uses stuff to
take out stains when needed.
did you purchase directly from plumber? any options to consider and would you
precisely same unit today or has the unit evolved? (manufacturing changes or
or parts changes)
do they come in multiple configurations or one-size-solves-all-problems?
precise model name?
Most vendors of water filters offer free testing on site by
the salesman. They are not cheap but the more widely
advertised brands suggest they offer some sort of
performance guarantee. Testing beforehand is
prerequisite because no theory forecasts how a particular
filter will work in your house.
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