How to Choose the Right Water Filter | Ask This Old House

How to Choose the Right Water Filter | Ask This Old House



Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey explains how to choose the right water filter for different water quality issues.
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Time: at least 1 hour

Cost: $20-$1000

Skill Level: Beginner

Shopping List:
Water quality test kit
Water filter

Steps:
1. Purchase a water quality home test kit.
2. Follow the instructions on the kit and wait for results on water quality issues.
3. Based on the results of the test, choose a filter that will treat the water quality issue.

Resources:
All the filters Richard demonstrated, including the granular activated carbon filters, sink mounted filters, sediment filters, and water softeners can be purchased at a home center or plumbing supply store.

Expert assistance for this segment was provided by Morris Merchants (

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