How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter | This Old House



This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to ensure clean water for your entire home. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter:
– whole-house water filter
– ball valves, used to shut off water before and after filter
– solderless brass fittings, for joining cold-water line to copper pipe and filter housing
– copper pipe, for connecting filter to cold-water line
– teflon tape, for sealing threaded fittings
– plywood panel, used to attach the filter’s mounting bracket

Tools for How to Install a Whole-House Water Filter:
– pliers, for tightening plumbing connections
– pipe wrench, for tightening plumbing connections
– ratchet wrench and sockets, for fastening the filter’s mounting bracket
– close-quarter hacksaw, used to cut water pipes
– cordless drill, for screwing the plywood panel to the wall

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