Whole Home Filtration System

A whole house water filter, also known as a point-of-entry (POE) water filter, is a filtration system that is installed on the main water supply line of a building. It filters all the water that enters the building, providing clean and safe water for all household uses, including drinking, cooking, bathing, and laundry.

Whole house water filters come in a variety of types and designs, each with its own set of features and capabilities. Some common types include:

  • Sediment filters: These filters remove physical impurities such as dirt, sand, and rust particles from the water supply.
  • Carbon filters: These filters use activated carbon to remove impurities such as chlorine, chemicals, and other dissolved contaminants.
  • Water softeners: These filters remove minerals such as magnesium and calcium that cause hard water.

A whole house point-of-entry (POE) water filtration system with a customized design is a tailor-made solution for the specific water treatment needs of a building. These systems are designed to address specific impurities, such as sediment, chlorine, bacteria, and other contaminants, that are present in the water supply.

A customized POE system is designed and installed by a professional water treatment company, taking into account the unique water characteristics of the area, the size of the building, and the specific needs and preferences of the homeowner. The system is typically made up of a combination of different types of filtration methods and technologies, such as sediment filters, carbon filters, reverse osmosis (RO) systems, and ultraviolet (UV) systems.

One of the advantages of a customized POE system is that it can address specific water issues such as hard water, iron and sulfur smell, and high levels of dissolved minerals or metals. The system can be designed to remove these impurities while preserving beneficial minerals that are important for health.

Please contact our team so we can recommend the optimal system for you.