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For years, Filtration Installation Team has been delivering top-notch water filtration system setup services to the people of Troy IL. Our experts are well versed in all facets of residential and commercial water filtration systems—making sure we can provide dependable service that suits your needs perfectly! We specialize in reverse osmosis systems, overall house filters for whole home protection, as well as UV purification systems designed to keep you safe from harmful toxins. When you need reliable installation services backed by experience and knowledge – look no further than Filtration Installation Team!

Installing a Whole House Water Filtration System in Filter Troy IL

With a whole house filter system, you can enjoy great drinking water from any faucet, chlorine-free showers, and cleaner laundry throughout your entire home.

Nevertheless, this type of water filter cannot be set up effectively without a plumbing installation. Sounds ominous? It’s not required to be. It is not too difficult to get everything working. And if you have the right tools, enough time, and patience, you should be able to set everything up yourself.

Our crew at Filtration Installation Team is available to assist you if you lack the time or expertise to take on this process alone. We’ll make sure your complete house filtration system is set up and operating correctly so you can continue to enjoy pure water for many years.

Where do I place the POE filter?

The first thing you need to decide is where to install your new whole-house water filter.
If you want filtered water at every outlet in your home, the most logical location for the water filter to be is close to where the main water line enters the building. It’s common knowledge that only outdoor faucets don’t require filtered water, but the decision is ultimately yours to make.

You will also need a location that is convenient so that you can rapidly do maintenance on your filtration system, specifically the replacement of cartridges.

Your best bet is probably upstream of the water heater and near to the main valve that shuts off the water supply. Because of this, your water heater and any other appliances in your home that consume hot water will have a longer lifespan because they won’t have to struggle against any sediment, lime, or other contaminants that may be present in your water supply.

Should a water softener be put in before or after?

If you have one, you should put in a water softener before the POE filter. Softeners will clean your water supply of any extra minerals and hard particles. By not having to deal with these kinds of impurities, this helps your POE filter last longer.

Before the softener to protect the Ion-exchange resin that softeners use to soften hard water, which will break down if it comes in contact with chlorine or other contaminants.
Some experts say that after the softener, a full flow of water should be used to backwash the system. Unless you add chlorine to your well, your water won’t have any chlorine that needs to be taken out.

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15 Steps in Installing a Whole-House Water Filtration System Troy IL

Close the main water valve near your home’s main water line. This prevents contamination while installing the lines.

Install the filter before the pressure regulator and water meter for proper operation. At this point, you may need to trim the pipe to fit the filtering system.
Secure the mounting bracket with screws or bolts after choosing a filter location. This will secure the unit and prevent movement.
Connect the main water supply to the filtration system with a wrench-secured pipe.
Next, connect another filter system pipe to the pressure regulator and water meter (if applicable). Always tighten connections with a wrench.
T-fittings and flexible tubing connect the drain line to the filtration system. Clamps secure tubing. This safely drains excess water from your property.
The sediment filter cartridges should now be inserted into the filter unit’s casing. Before securing the housing’s lid, confirm that they are firmly in place and pointed in the right direction.
Attach a single piece of pipe between the main water line and the backwashing valve (if necessary), making care to tighten all connections with a wrench once more.
Install the bypass valve after the backwashing valve with same pipe and fittings. This lets you switch between filtered and unfiltered water rapidly.
Open the main water valve gradually to the point where water is flowing through your filter system continuously.
Check for any indications of leaks from pipes or fittings while turning on various taps throughout your house to test the system’s pressure.
After checking all connections, turn off the main water line again before powering up your control panel (if applicable). Check the timer, if connected, for the desired filtering time.
If necessary, use a backwash cycle. This will aid in clearing the filter system of any lingering dirt and debris before usage.
To ensure that filtered water is flowing properly throughout your home, turn on the main water line once more and check for any signs of leakage around the connections once more.
Check the performance of your whole-house water filter on a regular basis, and replace cartridges or filters as directed by the manufacturer.

The Advantages of Outside Installation

One big benefit of putting a whole-house water filter outside is that it gets rid of the need for plumbing inside the house. This means you don’t have to take down walls or floors, which could be expensive and take a lot of time. It also makes it less likely that your house will flood if something goes wrong with the system.

Another reason why installing something outside might be better is that you can use gravity-fed water pressure. This is especially helpful if the water pressure in your home is low or varies.

Lastly, an installation outside may be the best choice if you don’t have enough room inside or if there’s no good place inside. Installing a filter outside usually requires only a small amount of digging and doesn’t change the look of the inside of your home.