25 Jul Reverse Osmosis vs. Whole House Water Filter
There are many options for having better water in your home and here is a comparison so you can have a better understanding of how the whole water system is for your home.
What are the differences between Reverse Osmosis Systems and Whole House Water Filters? Reverse osmosis is a POU (point of use) system installed under the kitchen sink to treat water for drinking and cooking purposes. A whole house filter is a POE (point of entry) system installed at the main water line to treat water for the entire home. Reverse Osmosis units waste 3-4 gallons for every one you get.
Whole house filters allow a much higher flow rate and is designed to treat water for general usage such as cleaning, bathing and laundry applications. Whole house systems treat contaminants with filtration micron sizes ranging from 10-30 microns. Due to the larger micron size, it allows water to be quickly filtered from the main water line, throughout the entire home and into every faucet. Back-flush water can be recycled into garden.
The Waterboy system gives you the following:
- Eliminates Bad Taste And Odors
- Great Tasting Water From Every Tap
- No Sodium! No Potassium!
- Self Cleaning
- Environmentally Safe
- Reduces Scale And Corrosion
- Saves Money, Time And Worry
A much better option!