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Water Filtration Systems

Having Trouble Navigating the Complex Waters of Filtration Systems?

Water purification systems for homes with wells come in a number of different sizes and types, with a number of different applications, to ensure the water in your home remains as clean and healthy as possible. But deciding which water filtration system is right for your home and circumstances can be difficult. Are you looking to treat foul odors or tastes or remove harmful contaminants from your water? Is your water cloudy or leaving stains behind in sinks, showers, and bathtubs?

With over 30 years providing customers with trusted solutions to a variety of water problems, the professionals at Capital Well have the experience and expertise to help you choose the correct water filtration system for you.

Which Drinking Water Filter is Right for You?

Drinking water systems and point-of-use filters are commonplace in New Hampshire homes and homes across the nation, as groundwater becomes more contaminated with chemical and biological impurities. Groundwater can seep into wells through cracks or faulty caps and flood your water with any number of bacteria and microorganisms.

Drinking water systems ensure the water you and your family enjoy every day is free from all odors, tastes, and—most importantly—toxicities that are harmful for your health.

Drinking water filters are most commonly attached to the faucet, placed underneath the sink, or placed on the counter beside the sink. This treats the water as its point-of-use, meaning the exit point where water leaves your pipes and enters your glass.

Common Types of Water Filtration Systems for Wells

  • Activated Carbon Water Filters – These filters remove large particles of contaminants from water, such as silt and sediment, and can result in better tasting water due to the reduction of chlorine.
  • Reverse Osmosis Filters – Perhaps the most complex and all-consuming water purification system for homes with wells, the reverse osmosis process removes a wide range of contaminants that are harmful for human and animal ingestion.
  • Ultraviolet Filters – An environmentally friendly filter that destroys toxic bacteria with ultraviolet radiation.
  • Backwashing Filters– Configured to treat your home’s specific water problems, whether neutralizing acidic water, removing chlorine, or eliminating iron and nuisance particles.

Whether you’re seeking a whole-house, point-of-entry water filtration system that can give you the benefits of clean water with additional softening capabilities, or you’re on a city well and looking to reduce the amount of chlorine from the municipality’s water treatment process, Capital Well is committed to helping you and your family enjoy the clearest, cleanest, and safest water possible.

With over 30 years’ experience helping families enjoy the cleanest drinking water possible, our trusted professionals have the experience and expertise to guide you through the ins and outs of reverse osmosis, UV filtration, and any other drinking water treatment system on the market today.

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Let us help you to get the best quality water in your home while making sure NH kids have food security when returning to school this year. To support Drinking Water Awareness Month, Capital Well will donate 10% off all water treatment to the Backpack Program through September!

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