Whirlpool whole house water filters are known for quality and
durability. Their reputation of consistency in their product line has
always made them a favorite among consumers.
You can feel safe with whirlpool whole house water filters because they meet N.S.F. certification for standard 42, which applies to safe drinking water treatment.
Whirlpool has designed a whole house system that will protect your appliances, fixtures and pipelines by removing elements such as sand, soil, silt, sediment & rust.
This allows for your household appliances to last longer and you will save money from repairs.
A Whirlpool whole house filter system comprises of at least one filter housing, one filter cartridge, and a spanner wrench.
Once properly connected to the main water line, the filter ensures that the water routed to all the water dispensers in the house are tested and free from chemicals and sediments.
Anyone can use a Whirlpool filter. They are suitable for households with one to four persons and can even facilitate more persons.
By far the most important feature of their whole house water filter system is that it filters out contaminants that will negatively affect your health.
While there is no whole house filter that can remove all contaminants, whirlpool designers and engineers have manufactured a line of whole house systems that removes a lot of impurities.
According to reviews on consumerresearch.com, whirlpool whole house water filters are ranked among the best filters today.
The good news is that changing your filter cartridge may take several months because the cartridge generally has the capacity to filter between 10,000- 100,000 gallons of water before you have to replace it.
Depending on the model, your whirlpool home filter might require changing anywhere from three (3) months to six (6) months.
Knowing when to change your filter cartridge is key to consistent clean and filtered water.
A special feature on Whirlpool filters is a pressure release indicator that will let you know when to change your cartridge.
The designers and engineers at Whirlpool felt that a two way filtration process was the best way to effectively filter your water at home.
In the first stage, the water softening phase, the water is purified primarily for cleaning and washing purposes.
This is done by the removal of hardness from the incoming water supply.
Then in the second stage, the water is filtered and purified for drinking, cooking and other kitchen purposes. This is done by an under the sink or on the counter- top filter.
The two stage process allows for a more thorough cleaning of the water than the usual one process.
Whirlpool offers a variety of whole house water filters on the market.
Each model ensures that you have clean, pure, filtered water in your homes. We will now take a look at our top pick.
This whole house filter is not like other filters that take up a lot of space. This Whirlpool model is neatly designed and very stylish.
The design is not the only good quality of this system. This particular Whirlpool whole house system reduces sediments and chlorine in your water.
The removal of sediments will automatically extend and improve the performance of all household appliances from your washing machine to your water heater.
We do recommend that you install an additional sediment filter before this whole house filter if you have a serious problem with sediments.
A major setback to us is that we found that the chlorine reduction is low and only stands at 82%.
If chlorine is not your major problem then that is good but for the person that is really concerned or who has a high level of chlorine in their water, he or she will have to look at other systems like the Rhino Aquasana whole house water filter.
On a better note, a one year warranty comes with the system and you have the option of buying an additional 2 or 4 year warranty for only a few hundred dollars.
You can even enroll on a monthly payment plan for your warranty. This feature is a bonus for the person that is concerned about repairs and high maintenance fees.
Another great feature of this whole house system is that there is no cartridge to replace because the system back washes.
The Whirlpool WHEL-J1 will use approximately three to five gallons of water to complete this recycling process.
For those persons worried about the awful tasting water or the bad odour, all that will be gone. Your showers will feel better and your water will taste much better.
If your water has a yellowish colour (iron), this filter tackles the problem very good. This filter can even be used on well water.
The Whirlpool WHEL-J1 will do all this only for a few cents a day compared to bottled water.
We want to hear any questions or reviews that you have on Whirlpool Whole Home systems.