How to Tell if Your Water Filter Needs Replacement
If you have a water filter of some type connected to your home's water main, you want to know that it's doing the job it's supposed to: providing your family with clean, healthy water.There are several things that can affect the life of your filter. Consider the following:
A slow decrease in water pressure
- If water pressure in the fixtures around the house has dropped steadily, you may have a filter that is completely clogged up and needs to be replaced.
Checked the outside of the filter
- Some filters come with lights that will activate when the filter isn't working or needs to be changed out for a new filter.
Drains or faucets start to make odd noises
- This is a common warning sign for filters.You can expect to hear some odd sounds from the faucets and drains right after a filter is installed.
Turbidity or bad tasting water
- When filters start to fail, these problems will begin to slowly affect the water, giving you a chance to catch the problem before it becomes more serious. Turbidity is how cloudy the water is. Bad tastes in water include metallic or salty tastes.
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