The performance claims and pricing found in these whole house water filter reviews and comparisons are taken directly from the Manufacturer’s literature.
Brand Aquasana EcoWater Wellness Crystal Quest Cuzn Model 600,000 Rhino ECWS MG-III CQE-WH-01103 WH-200B Retail Price $ $2500 $5950 $529 $1595 Replacement Cost $ $2500 $2000 $155 $595 Capacity 600,000 Gal. 695,000 Gal. 700,000 Gal. 80,000 Gal. 500,000 Gal. Estimated Life 6 Years 5 Years 3 Years 1 Year 5 Years Repalcement Filter Type Main Filter Tank & Media Main Filter Tank & Media Cartridge Empty & Refill Media Filters Chlorine Yes > 97% Yes Yes Yes > 50% Yes > 50% Filters Sediment Yes Yes Yes Complete System Certification ( NSF) Yes Yes No No No Needs Backflushing No Yes Yes No Needs Electricity No Yes Yes No Needs Drainage No Yes Yes No No Wastewater No Yes Yes No No Satisfaction Guarantee 90 Days 30 Days Minus Shipping Warranty 6 Years 1 Year Limited 10 Year Limited Tank Only
Many other water filter systems were considered for the whole house water filter reviews supplied here but were not included because their performance claims were unfortunately either undocumented or overly exaggerated. Only performance claims that have been certified by NSF are considered certified in the whole house water filter reviews provided.
The Aquasana Whole House Filter is designed to be both straight forward to install but also easy to maintain. It is recommended that the Rhino is installed by a licensed plumber and generally installation takes around 2 hours. The Aquasana Rhino comes with the Installation Kit as well as 3 months worth of replacement pre-filter cartridges. The pre-filter only require changing once every 3 months and can be done by anyone in a couple of minutes. The main filter of the Rhino has a capacity of 1,200,000 litres, around 3 years for an average Australian household. At which point only the main filter section needs replacement.
. systems are by far the best way to ensure the highest quality water since many water-borne
contaminants come from the plumbing in your house, especially lead and vinyl chloride from the piping. By
filtering water at the point-of-use, you remove contaminants just prior to consumption, eliminating the
chance of recontamination. Point-of-entry systems are very beneficial in that they provide filtered water to all baths and showers as well as any other water appliances. When you filter all of the water entering your
home, you improve not only the healthfulness of the water, but the indoor air quality, as well. Point-of-entry
filtration results in the removal of chlorine and other chemicals that vaporize and contaminate the indoor air.