How Do You Install Whole House Water Filter?
Whole house water filtration units remove rust, sediments, and contaminates from the water entering your home. Rust and sedimentary build-up adhere to this inside-of-water-supply piping, restricting water flow and causing damage to appliances that are connected to the water line. Contaminates such as chlorine are added to city water systems to eliminate harmful micro-organisms, but can reduce the drinking quality of the water. Installing a whole house water filtration system will extend the life of your water-using appliances, avoid costly plumbing repairs, and increase the drinking quality of your tap water. Turn off the water in your home by closing the supply valve. Determine a suitable location for the water filtration system. The chosen location should provide you adequate access to service and change the water filter. Ensure that the location is beyond the water supply control valve. Review the installation manual for recommended minimum installation clearances. Mark the location