Over 90% of Americans get their water from a public water supply. While some regions have clean and healthy water, other regions are faced with water that leaves their skin and hair dry, tastes bad, is full of contaminants, and can even smell bad.

Unfortunately, filtering your household water is more of a necessity than an option these days. Before you hop online and order the first whole house water filtration system that pops up, here are a few things to consider:

  • Water Purity

Different filtering systems are geared to eliminate specific types of impurities. To make sure you are getting the right one for your home, you will need to identify which impurities exist and which systems are geared to meet your needs. You will need to get your water professionally tested. It is also wise to contact a representative in your county to find out what contaminants are typically found in the water in your area.

  • Sediment Levels

You will need to invest in a whole house sediment filter if the sediment levels in your water supply are high. Your best bet is to buy multiple water sediment filters. Note that the reusable ones are more cost-effective in the long run.

  • Chemicals in the Water

If there are chemical contaminants in the water, then you may need a granular activated carbon filter. This type of filter is highly effective in removing chlorine, which is the most common chemical in municipal water.

Flow Rate

The most efficient water filtration systems have a flow rate of at least 7 gallons per minute. Make sure the system you buy matches the flow rate in your house.
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