Nobody Wants Dirty Well Water!

Pleated sediment filter

If well water is an important water source, or the only water source, for your home, then you’ll want to make sure you have the very best possible sediment filter working to keep your water supply clean and safe. Installing or replacing a sediment filter for well water is one of the most important steps in setting up your total filtration system.

Well water sediment filters use the rough surface of the filter to pull out fine amounts of suspended solids, and to reduce the overall amount of free floating sediment down to the twenty to forty micron range, resulting in water that’s safe for drinking and home use.

Some professionals recommend replacing common string wound sediment filters with pleated sediment filters that are believed to have a significantly higher capacity to hold dirt. This means your sediment filter for well water will keep functioning at its peak cleaning power for a longer period of time.

Whatever type of filter you choose, it’s important to keep your sediment filter for well water fresh so that your water is always as clean as possible. Don’t forget to check your sediment filter on a regular basis, and to learn the signs that indicate when it’s time to replace it.

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