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So i'm in the planning stages of tank build at the new house but first want to address our crappy water.  Brownsburg water in our hood is really tan/orange and high in iron and manganese.  I have never experienced such bad water so curious if anyone has added a whole house filter system?  The plan is to add the house filter, then connect to water softener, then have the RODI after the softner.  This will be the most filtration i think i've ever had since being in the hobby!  Any opinions would be great.

Thanks, 

 

Luke

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Thanks Amanda, do you notice water pressure drop when it starts to get dirty, are you just running 1?  How long do your filters normally last?

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We are on well water and our well pump runs 75 to 80psi so I don't notice any drop in pressure.(we have a geo thermal water furnace which requires higher psi) We have just one, the sediment filter. I'd like to put a second one on for the carbon filter, by my husband is too cheap and doesn't want to spend the one on having another one installed.  We change the filter once a year, which was the recommendation for our system. Our system consists of the whole house filter, a AIO (air injection system) to get rid of the sulfur smell, then into a twin tank water softener. 

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2 hours ago, MrsBugmaster said:

We are on well water and our well pump runs 75 to 80psi so I don't notice any drop in pressure.(we have a geo thermal water furnace which requires higher psi) We have just one, the sediment filter. I'd like to put a second one on for the carbon filter, by my husband is too cheap and doesn't want to spend the one on having another one installed.  We change the filter once a year, which was the recommendation for our system. Our system consists of the whole house filter, a AIO (air injection system) to get rid of the sulfur smell, then into a twin tank water softener. 

Thanks for the info, its appreciated!

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