As a company that specializes in whole home water treatment systems, we know that choosing the right system can be a daunting task. You want to ensure that your family has access to clean and safe water without having to worry about any contaminants.
Here are 5 things to keep in mind when choosing a whole home water treatment system:
• Contaminants to remove
To avoid numerous water-borne illnesses, the first step in choosing the right system is to determine what contaminants you need to remove from your source water. These contaminants can include sediments, chlorine, chemicals, minerals, and bacteria such as E. coli, coliform, Giardia, Salmonella, etc.
• Flow rate
The next thing to consider is the flow rate. For homes smaller than 2,000 square feet with 1-2 bathrooms, you can choose smaller unit solutions. For larger homes and commercial buildings, we highly recommend going with our larger units that have a 24 GPM flow rate. This ensures that your entire home has access to clean water without any pressure drop.
• Ultraviolet water purifier
If you need to disinfect bacteria, viruses, and germs, then you may want to consider a system that includes an ultraviolet (UV) water purifier. UV systems do not use any chemicals like chlorine or leave any harmful by-products. This method is highly effective and ensures that your water is safe for consumption.
• Types of systems
There are various types of whole home water treatment systems available in the market, including Ultraviolet Sterilizers, High Flow Filtration, Standard Flow Filtration, Reverse Osmosis, Under Sink Filters, Carbon Filters, GAC Carbon Filters, Pleated Filters, Sediment Filters, Yarn Filters, and Shower Filters. Depending on your specific needs and preferences, you can choose the system that best suits your household.
• Size of the system
Finally, it’s important to consider the size of the system. The size of the system you need depends on the size of your home and the number of people living in it. A larger system is necessary for a larger household or commercial building, while a smaller system is suitable for a smaller household.
Choosing the right whole home water treatment system requires some research and understanding of your household’s needs. It’s important to keep in mind the contaminants you need to remove, the flow rate, the size of the system, and whether you need an ultraviolet water purifier. Bluonics offers various effective solutions to ensure that your family has access to clean, healthy water that you can trust to use for yourself and your loved ones. Contact us today for more information on our whole home water treatment systems.