Sediment Water Filters

There are reverse osmosis systems and ceramic strainers that can remove unwanted particles from water, but both of these usually do not process water very quickly and can miss chemicals and contaminants. A carbon-based water sediment filter is the best option because it is able to remove the larger particles and the smaller chemical components.

Whole house sediment filters usually contain more than one strainer to catch unwanted particles. Typically, these units connect directly to your water main, therefore purifying everything that flows into your pipes, and often these units need to be installed by a licensed plumber. However, once the unit is in place, maintenance usually involves just changing the water sediment filter a few times a year, and these systems are typically low maintenance.

Installing whole house sediment filters in your home is a good way to ensure that you are not drinking contaminants every day. Additionally, it will ensure that you don't spend hours trying to unclog blocked pipes or stop a running toilet. A water sediment filter saves wear and tear on your plumbing and helps keep your family safe and healthy.