Re: Picking a Whole House Water Filter
You need to consult a plumber and decide how many area you will need/want with filtered water.
Sometimes, the way the plumbing is designed will make some of those decisions for you (ie: certain lines are T-ed off of other lines).
I am in the process of re-engineering the plumbing system at my small home, and I am going all out.
I am thinking of doing the floss and carbon cartridges at the head end to filter for the entire house.
Additionally I will have a reverse osmosis filter to feed the lines going to the refrigerator and the drinking water stalk faucet at the kitchen sink.
I wish the GCs I worked with were as quality-minded as Tom Silva and Mike Holmes.