Whole-House Water Filtration Systems Gilbert & Phoenix Metro Area

What’s the Best Water Filter for My Arizona Home?

Isley’s Home Service installs, maintains and repairs both whole-house water filtration systems and water softeners. Our experts can help you decide which system is best for your property and budget. Call us at 480-422-5949, and we’ll come to you and go over your options.

How Much Does Whole-House Water Filtration Cost?

Whole-house water filtration combines water softening technology with water filtration capabilities into one system that filters water before it enters your property. Whole-house water filtration costs $3,000 to $5,000 or more, depending on the size of your property; however, they can cost less if :

  • You already have a water softener
  • Your home or business is piped for it (as in replacement)

Initial outlay costs are higher than other forms of water filtration, but the advantages pay for the unit over the years:

  • Reduces mineral build-up on faucets and fixtures
  • Extends the life of water-using appliances, including dishwashers and clothes washers
  • Removes chlorine from water, so it tastes as good as the best bottled water
  • Soft water works better with soaps and detergents, so you use less

Located in Gilbert Arizona, Servicing the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area

Common questions about whole home water filtrations

A water softener can be hooked up in many ways in your home, to treat all or part of the water you use. Some customers want only their hot water heaters connected to the water softener. Others want to soften the water that goes to their laundry and water-using appliances. Still others want to soften water throughout their whole house or business.

No. Water softeners remove calcium from water and replace it with potassium or sodium. With a large carbon filter, the water flows through it and removes particulates like chlorine and then through a large carbon basin that removes calcium from the water. A filter plus water softener is the ultimate way to clean water.

There is, but they don’t do as good a job as water softeners that use salt. They’ll help if you’ve got hard water (and if you live in Arizona, you’ve got hard water) by removing spots from your dishes and build-up from your faucets and fixtures. Salt-free water softeners might require adding sodium or potassium. Isley’s does install these systems, as well as traditional water softeners.