Water Filter, Water Filtration, Water Purifier, Water Softener

Why Add a Water Filter for the Whole House 

If you’re considering adding a water filter to your entire home, you’re not alone. Sure, you can add a few filters here and there, but why not safety-proof your entire house? With a whole-house water filtration system, you’re ensuring that all of your bases are covered for both you and your loved ones. There’s nothing more rewarding than knowing that they’re well taken care of and that everywhere they turn, there are healthy water sources to be found throughout your home.

In this article, the experts at Coastal Water Energy & Air have highlighted a few of the top benefits for including a whole-house water system. Keep reading to learn more!

The Perks of a Whole House Water Filter 

First and foremost, it’s important to note that whole house water filtration systems can be helpful in many ways.  If you own a home, you know that there are already multiple everyday expenses. Most individuals don’t have the money or the time to consistently replace faucets or showerheads, nor do they have the time to clean calcium and hard water stains from shower glass, bathtubs, drinking glasses, and sinks. Many individuals drink water that either comes from a well or even a municipality. Unfortunately, located inside of this water are materials and chemicals that we can’t even see with the naked eye. Most of these elements are okay to drink for the short term but can cause long-term health effects if consistently consumed. Even the mineral deposits in the water such as iron, calcium, and even sulfur can be harmful to fixtures, water heaters, and ice makers. This means that over time, you’ll need someone to replace these machines, plumbing pipes, and water carriers. Instead, investing in a water filter for the entire home or business can save you thousands of dollars throughout its lifetime.


What are the Benefits of Owning a Softener System, Filtration System, and a Purifier?

Have you ever visited someone’s home in the country? A house in the country is typically on a good system, which means that the water is drawn from deep in the ground. With well-water, there isn’t any type of treatment done, in comparison to what might be if it was being piped from a municipalities water system.  If you were to wash your hair with country water, you would notice a distinct difference in the texture of your hair. Well-water has minerals in it, just like the gravel in your driveway, only in microscopic form. Iron, Calcium, and other minerals in the ground can be pumped into the home with the water you do your dishes and wash your clothes in. If you were to add a water filter to your home, you’d be adding a protective barrier that would ultimately aid in trapping the particles, separating it from your water. 

Though well-water generally has a worse reputation than city water doesn’t mean that all city water is created equal. Located within many city towers are particles and chemicals, especially in the water we drink in apartments and local restaurants or cafes. If your home is located in the suburbs, you may also experience city mineral water. Each of these locations needs protection from the particles that are found within traditional sources of water, so that every individual has access to clean drinking water, cleaning water, and showering water. 


Contact us today.

If you’re looking for water filters, know that there are many different types.  Each has its own specific function and some combine functions based on need. For homes that suffer from the rotten egg (Sulphur) smell, there’s a filter for that! There are also filters for iron, calcium, and other hard minerals. This unit typically will trap and wash out the minerals from your water before it reaches those expensive fixtures that would otherwise need replacing or repairs. No matter what you’re looking for, Coastal Water Energy & Air is here to help!  Let us help you learn more about what filter system is right for your house. 

Contact our team today at 954-333-3336.