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The iSpring WF150K vs. Traditional Whole House System: Which one should you choose?

Posted On 10/02/2020 By iSpring Water Systems

Water filtration allows you to experience exceptional water quality while performing your everyday routines and chores. A good water filtration system should be able to remove particles, pathogens, and harmful chemicals while improving the taste and performance of your water.

iSpring is constantly working with innovative water filtration technology and iSpring’s most recent improvement, the WF150K, features new tech that many other filtration devices lack. Should you upgrade your system to the improved WF150K or stay with a traditional house system? This article breaks down the differences between the two systems so that you can make the best decision for you and your household.

iSpring WF150K Whole House Central Water Filtration System

The iSpring WF150K is the latest addition to the iSpring’s growing collection of whole house water filters. It is designed to last approximately 10 years for homes with two to three bathrooms, or 5 years in homes that have more than four bathrooms.

This filtration system needs less maintenance than most other systems. It features state-of-the-art self-cleaning and regeneration technology that ensures your water is being passed through a clean and fresh medium. This eliminates the hassle of constantly swapping out filters.

The iSpring WF150K also has a larger filtration capacity of up to 1,000,000 gallons (up to 10 years) compared to the standard 100,000 gallons (up to 1 year before filter changes) most traditional whole house water filtration systems can support. Furthermore, this water filtration system features several new innovations such as:

Top-Notch Filter Media

iSpring WF150K’s filter not only removes chlorine, lead, heavy metals, and any substances that may cause foul odors but it also prevents the growth of scale.

Personalized System

The iSpring WF150K has a digital screen and smart control valve which allow you to adjust the filter system’s self-cleaning intervals based on your family’s size and water quality.

Self-Cleaning and Regeneration - No Need to Change Filters

One of iSpring WF150K’s top features is its ability to backwash or remove contaminants attached to the filter media. This effectively restores the filter system’s performance and increases its life span. The water filter’s backwashing feature is completed automatically by the system based on settings adjusted for your family’s water usage.

Extended Warranty

iSpring stands behind its products by providing a 10-year extended manufacturer warranty and free, life-time tech support for WF150K Whole House Water Filtration System. Be sure to activate your warranty online after you complete the installation process. Local customers are welcome to visit us and pick up the products at 2480 Industrial Park Blvd, Cumming GA 30041.

Traditional Whole House System

Traditional whole house systems have an average filter replacement cycle of 6 to 12 months depending on the water quality, and have a cheaper upfront cost. Some traditional whole house water filtration systems can target certain debris like sediments, iron, and manganese that the iSpring WF150K has difficulty handling. If sediment is your main problem, you can consider our WSP50ARB Reusable Spin-Down Sediment Water Filter. Likewise, if iron and manganese are your main concerns, consider iSpring’s WGB32BM Whole House Water Filtration Systems.

Overall, the iSpring WF150K is a great choice for those who have a little bit more to spend on their water filtration systems upfront. It can save homeowners a lot of precious time by minimizing maintenance requirements and will provide you with clean water from every faucet for up to 10 years.

Whether you are choosing the iSpring WF150K or a traditional whole-house system, such as the iSpring WGB Collection, just make sure that you follow its maintenance requirements. Different filtration systems have different benefits and it is up to you to decide which one will best suit your needs.

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If you have any questions or need any product recommendations, please feel free to contact us at 678-261-7611 (M-F, 8:30 - 5:30 EST) or email us at support@123filter.com. We are always happy to help!

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