How Much Does A Whole-House Water Filtration System Cost?

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How Much Does A Whole-House Water Filtration System Cost?
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Whole-house water filtration systems provide your entire home with clean, safe drinking water by filtering out chlorine, sediment, and other contaminants.

Not only is whole-house filtration a great way to improve the quality of your family’s drinking water, but it can also help reduce plumbing problems caused by hard water, such as:

  • Scale build-up on your faucets, showerheads, and other plumbing fixtures, which can lead to decreased water pressure and increase your energy bills as a result of your appliances working harder to heat the water…
  • Clogged pipes can lead to costly repairs and possibly serious damage such as flooding…
  • And more unwanted problems…

In this blog post, we’re going to talk about what it costs to buy and install a whole-house water filtration system, as well as the benefits of having one (hint, there are a lot of benefits to be had!).

Do whole-house water filters actually work?

Yes! A whole-house water filter will remove chlorine, sediment, and other contaminants from your water. Not only will this make your water taste better, but it will also make it safer for you and your family to drink. Here are some additional reasons why you should get a whole house water filter system:

Improve water quality & taste…

Bad-quality water (including brown, rusty water) can spell a whole slew of problems, from dry skin and hair to corrosion in your plumbing. A whole-house water filter will help improve the quality of your water, as well as its taste.

Extend the lifespan of your plumbing system…

By integrating a water filter system into your home’s plumbing system, you can extend the lifespan of your pipes due to less corrosive minerals and chemicals in the pipes. This can save you money in the long run on plumbing repairs and replacements.

Extend the lifespan of your appliances…

Appliances that are connected to your home’s water supply, such as your sink drain, refrigerator, and dishwasher, will last longer when they’re not working overtime using water that’s full of potentially corrosive chemicals and minerals.

Whole-house water filtration system cost:

Generally speaking, you can expect to pay anywhere from $200 – $600 for a whole-house water filtration system installation, plus the cost of the system itself which can range from $3,000 to above $5,000 depending on the brand and specifications. The cost of whole-house water filtration systems will of course vary depending on the size and type of system you choose, as well as the quality of the filter and the company you decide to hire to install your new filter.

Halo 5 Water Filtration Systems

At Western Rooter & Plumbing, we always recommend Halo 5 Water Filtration Systems, due to their reliability, cost-effectiveness, and powerful filtration systems. Halo 5 Water Filters are available in a variety of sizes and specifications and can be outfitted for any application. We’ve recommended Halo 5 water filter systems to our customers for years, and it’s due to their ability to:

  • Effectively control hard water problems without harsh chemical treatment, meaning you and your family can continue to drink from the tap without having to worry about harmful chemicals leaching into your water supply…
  • Remove contaminants without removing minerals that are essential to health…
  • Provide a limited lifetime warranty without maintenance costs!

Watch this short video to learn more about the Halo 5 water filtration system:

Benefits of whole-house water filtration:

There are many benefits to be had from installing a whole-house water filtration system – here are just a few:

  • Chlorine and other contaminants are eliminated from your drinking water, providing a safer, healthier source of hydration…
  • Hard water problems such as scale build-up and clogged pipes are reduced or eliminated altogether…
  • Your appliances will last longer, thanks to the softened water created by whole-house filtration…

Who should get a whole-house water filter installed?

If you live in a home or own a home that you rent out, then whole-house water filtration is a must! Not only will you and your family (or your tenants’ family) be able to drink safe, clean water straight from the tap, but you’ll also reduce the likelihood of costly plumbing repairs down the road.

Homeowners…

Homeowners benefit from whole-house water filtration in a number of ways. Not only will you and your family have access to clean drinking water, but whole-house filtration can also help reduce the amount of time spent cleaning – thanks to the elimination of scale build-up on fixtures caused by hard water.

In addition, whole-house filters act as a barrier against harmful contaminants, meaning you and your loved ones can avoid ingesting dangerous chemicals such as chlorine. Finally, whole-house filtration helps to soften water, which is beneficial for both appliances and skin.

Property owners & landlords…

If you own a residential single or multi-family property, then installing a whole-house water filter offers two main benefits:

  • Protects your tenants’ health – providing them with clean, contaminant-free water to drink and cook with. Including a whole-house water filter in your listing can also justify charging a higher rent, resulting in a higher return on investment for you!
  • Protects you against plumbing repair costs down the road – whole-house filters can extend the life of your appliances by up to 50% due to the complete elimination of harsh hard water, which damages and corrodes pipes and appliances.

Why should you choose Western Rooter & Plumbing to install your whole-house water filter system?

We’ve been the San Gabriel Valley & Los Angeles County’s premier plumbing company for more than 30 years, and during that time we’ve developed a reputation for excellence in both customer service and quality of work. We’re fully licensed, insured, and bonded – meaning you can rest assured that your whole-house water filtration system is in good hands.

In addition, our team of expert technicians is knowledgeable in all things plumbing and will be able to help you choose the whole-house filter that’s right for your home and your needs. We offer a limited lifetime warranty on all of our Halo 5 whole-house water filtration systems, with no maintenance costs required!

If you’re interested in learning more about whole-house water filtration or would like to schedule a consultation, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!

John, Larry, Mike, owners of Western Rooter & Plumbing

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If you’re having plumbing issues or emergencies, contact Western Rooter & Plumbing online or call our dispatch center at (626) 448-6455. We are the Los Angeles County and San Gabriel Valley’s number one plumbers – don’t wait, call now!

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