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Whole Home Filtration Benefits Your Appliances, Your Home, & Your Health!

We help local families remove up to 99% of contaminants from their drinking water while also filtering the water for their entire home so you can enjoy luxurious baths free of chlorine, softer skin, silkier hair, whiter whites, brighter brights, & spotless dishes and stemware. Plus, you’ll love cooking with our water as you’ll taste more of the food’s flavors and fewer impurities.

At EcoWater Central Minnesota, we provide all-in-one whole home filtration systems and under-the-sink drinking water systems which creates bottled-quality water from your existing water source! Our systems are proven to remove common and not-so-common contaminants so you can be worry-free when it comes to the water going into your body and on your skin.

Just think of all the things water touches: water heater, boiler, washing machine (your family’s clothes!), dishwasher, your body, food, etc…

WATER IS THE LIFEBLOOD OF YOUR HOME JUST AS IT IS FOR YOUR HEALTH.

If you can picture your life with less time spent cleaning and worrying about what’s in the water you drink, then you can picture your life with water treatment from the professionals at EcoWater Central Minnesota.

Get Great Water At Every Tap with Whole Home Filtration

If you’re like most folks, your home is one of the largest investments you’ve ever made. It takes so many little details all working together in perfect harmony to ensure your home runs like a well-oiled machine.

Here are three ways EcoWater Central Minnesota can take care of your water, so you can take care of you and your family:

1. WHOLE HOME CHLORINE REMOVAL: Chlorine is a nasty but necessary chemical used to disinfect municipal water supplies. Although it’s good for killing bacteria, it’s bad for your skin and your health. Over-the-counter chlorine filters for your shower and sink only can do so much before they themselves get overrun with bacteria and buildup.

Our unique Whole Home Chlorine Filter removes chlorine for the ENTIRE home so you never have to change another filter again. Plus, it cleans itself automatically and, unlike your mother-in-law, is seriously low-maintenance.

2. WATER HARDNESS REMOVAL: We all know the telltale signs of hard water. Just like flies in the springtime, those pesky hard water spots, scale in the bathtub, and embarrassing cloudiness on the wine glasses keep coming back again and again.

EcoWater Central Minnesota offers a variety of hardness removal systems that ensure sparkling drinking glasses, clear shower glass, soft skin and hair, and lots of suds in your bubble bath (of course now you’ll have time to be IN the tub, instead of scrubbing the tub).

3. DRINKING WATER CONTAMINANT REMOVAL: These days we can spend hours, if not days, pouring energy into worrying about the chemicals and contaminants we consume. As an increasingly health-conscious nation, we all are becoming aware of the necessity of clean drinking water. We’ve all heard the statistic that water makes up 70% of our bodies (studies show in babies and small children water can make up even more).

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Whole House Water Filter Waite Park MN

Water Filter System For Home

EcoWater Central Minnesota was founded in 1975 as a whole house water filter company and has been offering the best commercial and residential water softeners, reverse osmosis systems, water filters, bottled water, and more for decades in the Waite Park area. We’ll give you a free water analysis and figure out the ideal water treatment system for your home or office application. We carry water softeners, filters, and RO systems from , and have everything from high-quality affordable options to the highest tech items that can connect via wifi. Give us a call for a free consultation today.
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3208 1st Street South Waite Park MN 56387
Phone Number: 763-392-7234
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm M-F

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Crow Wing, Cass, Aitkin, Pine, Millacs, Morrison, Kanabec, Pine, Chisago, Washington, Ramsey, Anoka, Isanti, Hennepin, Wright, Sherburne, Stearns, Benton

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Frequently Asked Whole House Water Filter System Questions:

What is the best whole house water filter?

We might be biased, but we believe the best whole house water filter for your home is a EcoWater Central Minnesota Water Filter. Our filters:

  • Are WQA certified, IAPMO certified, and NSF/ANSI Standard 44 certified.
  • Address water quality issues such as iron, sediment, acidity, taste, and odor.
  • Reduce Chlorine, Chloramines or particulates.
  • Neutralize corrosiveness to protect fixtures, pipes, and appliances.
  • Employ natural oxidation to remove iron & manganese.

How much does a home water filtration system cost?

A home water filtration system costs between $900 and $3,000. They are designed to be easy to install and remove (good news if you want to take your unit with you when you move). However, unless you are confident in your electrical and plumbing abilities, you might want to hire a plumber which could add $100 to $600 to the initial cost of your unit. Purchasing a water softener through a water filtration system installation company can save you money on installation costs. Contact us today for a free quote.

How to install whole house water filter?

To install whole house water filter you, or a EcoWater Central Minnesota professional, will do the following:

  • 1. First, turn off the water supply.
  • 2. From the lowest point in the home, open a faucet to release pressure and drain most of the water from the system
  • 3. Select the location for your filter.
  • 4. Make 2 cut’s to remove the pipe section.
  • 5. Place a compression nut and a brass fitting then secure with teflon tape.
  • 6. Install the filter so the flow of water enters the “in” port and exits through the “out” port then hand tighten the compression nut.
  • 7. Turn the filter valve to “off”, turn the water back on slowly and check for leaks.
  • 8. Turn the filter value to “filter” and check again for leaks.

How to install a whole house water filter on a well?

To install whole house water filter on a well you, or a EcoWater Central Minnesota professional, will do the following:

  • 1. Turn off the water supply.
  • 2. From the lowest point in the home, open a faucet to release pressure and drain most of the water from the system
  • 3. Locate your main water supply line where it enters the house and before it enters your water softener or storage tank then select the location for your filter on that same pipe.
  • 4. Make 2 cut’s to remove the pipe section.
  • 5. Place a compression nut and a brass fitting then secure with teflon tape.
  • 6. Install the filter so the flow of water enters the “in” port and exits through the “out” port then hand tighten the compression nut.
  • 7. Turn the filter valve to “off”, turn the water back on slowly and check for leaks.
  • 8. Turn the filter value to “filter” and check again for leaks.

How to change whole house water filter?

To change whole house water filter you, or a EcoWater Central Minnesota professional, will do the following:

  • 1. Make sure you have the correct replacement filter, wrench (filter/strap), replacement o ring, food grade silicone grease, plumber’s/teflon tape, a big bucket to catch water, & some rags to clean up with on hand.
  • 2. Shut off water to your house
  • 3. Verify all your water using appliances are turned off.
  • 4. Open the filter canister.
  • 5. Inspect the Old Filter and Clean Out the Filter Housing.
  • 6. Inspect and Replace the O-Ring
  • 6. Put Plumber’s Tape Around the Threads of the Filter Canister.
  • 7. Putting the Replacement Filter In.
  • 8. SLOWLY turn your water back on.

How to choose a whole house water filter?

Choose a whole house water filter by answering the following questions:

  • 1. Do you need a whole house water filter (all water filtered vs. drinking water only)?
  • 2. What water problems are you experiencing? What level of filtration do you need?
  • 3. What size of filter do you need? How much water does your family use?
  • 4. Are you concerned about water usage (the efficiency of the system)?
  • 5. What kind of routine maintenance alerts are you looking for (high-tech, low-tech, scheduled)?