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Why is the Osmio PRO-III-XL Ultimate one of the best whole house water filtration systems?

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Whole house water filtration systems are a convenient way of removing contaminants from your water, especially if you live in a large household. These filtration systems are a popular choice among buyers thanks to their ability to provide freshly purified water to all water outlets in your home.

This means that you can get the same high-quality filtered water in your shower as in your kitchen, without installing separate filters for your kitchen and bathroom. 

In this article we are going to discuss whole house water filter systems, also we will take a look at the Osmio PRO-III-XL Ultimate Whole House Water Filter System, one of the most popular purchases from our webshop.

Let’s see why whole house filtration systems are a great choice and which one might be the best product you should buy!

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5 common misconceptions about whole house water filters

Every purchase decision that we make should be an informed one, and this holds true for water filter related purchases as well. Misconceptions and myths about water filters may prevent you from making the best decisions with respect to the brand, model, or filtration system. To help you avoid relying on myths and half-truths about whole house water filters, we’re going to debunk some common misconceptions about them.

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Whole house water filters tend to be overlooked by consumers for a variety of reasons that have to do with their price, efficiency and maintenance. While some water filter brands or models may inadvertently enforce some of these misconceptions, most myths circulating about whole house filtration systems are completely unfounded.

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How many stages are required for your whole house water filter?

Of all the available water filter types, whole house filtration systems are the most economical and efficient way to get filtered water in your entire house. With a whole home water filter, you’ll get the same quality filtered water at the tap in your bathroom as the one flowing from your kitchen tap. Point-of-entry filters have the advantage of being installed at water’s point of entry, thus, filtering all the water that goes into your home.

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Most water filters are made up of multiple filter cartridges (usually containing different types of filter media) that act as stages of the filtration process carried out by your filter system. It is not uncommon for whole house filters to use several types of filter media to deliver a more in-depth filtration. But how many stages are required for a whole house water filter to eliminate most types of contaminants?

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How to replace a whole house carbon filter

Carbon filters are primarily used to remove tastes and odours from water as well as chemical contaminants such as chlorine, VOCs, THMs, and more. Carbon filters are perfect whether you want to reduce chlorine levels in your municipal water supply, or you want to get rid of undesirable flavours in your private water well. Granular activated carbon filters and carbon block filters are indispensable elements in whole house water filters and reverse osmosis systems.

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In order for your whole house water filter to perform without problems and deliver high flow rates and contaminant removal efficiency, its filter cartridges need to be replaced regularly. In this article, we’ll go into the details of how to replace a whole house carbon filter.

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Why does my tap water smell like bleach?

Bad smelling tap water is a common occurrence in many households, and the causes for tap water acquiring different tastes or smells are numerous – chemical disinfectants used in the water treatment process, presence of different types of contaminants or faulty water pipes that lead to the seepage of different substances into your water supply, and even build-up of bacteria. But what causes tap water to smell like bleach? And how can you deal with this issue?

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If you notice that your tap water smells like bleach, it’s most probably caused by the presence of chlorine in your tap water. Chlorine, along with chloramine, are the most universally used chemicals for the disinfection of municipal water. While these substances are considered safe if present in water only in trace amounts, the same cannot be said about the effects of prolonged exposure to chlorine and chloramine. Therefore, while these chemicals are good at getting rid of certain pathogenic bacteria, they have some unwanted effects as well, including bad-smelling tap water.

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