Whole-Home Water Filters
Stop contaminated water before it enters your home.
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Like all Brita PRO whole-home filtration systems, our whole-home chlorine filter system:
- Filters all household water at the point of entry
- Keeps residue from impurities off your family’s clothes, bed linens and dishes
- Eliminates impurities in the steam and water in showers and baths
- Provides high-capacity flow for reliable access to high-quality water
- Customized to your individual needs, including household size and plumbing
- Designed for easy installation, use and maintenance
- Environmentally friendly with landfill-safe certified filtration media
- Certified as an integrated system by IAPMO R&T
- Made in an IAPMO-certified manufacturing plant
- Made in USA
*Select options available upon request for special order.
Non-regenerating valve with bypass for easy installation
- NSF certified components
- All materials certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 44
- Quick connect fittings
- Reduces Chloramines
Brita Pro has introduced a line of PFAS, Chlorine/Chloramine and Lead water filters. This group of filters are installed on whole house main water line (Point of Entry, POE). Customize 1-3 filter housing assemblies, loaded with cartridge(s) of choice for your specific needs. Made in USA and Anti-Microbial filter media and certified.
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Broomfield Water Filter
Broomfield Water Filtration
Throughout your home and throughout your life, a Brita® PRO Broomfield Water Filter from AQUA SERVE can improve the quality & taste of your water. Whether you live in an area known for water contamination, hard water, or have some other concern, we have the solution for your Broomfield home.
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6991 West 117th Avenue Broomfield CO 80020
Phone Number: (720) 790-6033
Hours: Mon – Fri: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Sat – Sun: Closed
About Broomfield CO:
Broomfield is a consolidated city and county located in the U.S. state of Colorado. Broomfield has a consolidated government which operates under Article XX, Sections 10-13 of the Constitution of the State of Colorado. Broomfield is located midway between downtown Denver and Boulder along U.S. Route 36.
From Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (Terminal) 11755 Airport Way, Broomfield, CO 80021, United States Head southeast on Airport Way 0.5 mi Turn right onto CO-128 E/Interlocken Loop Continue to follow CO-128 E 1.5 mi Continue onto W 120th Ave 0.1 mi Turn right onto Teller St 0.3 mi Turn left onto W 117th Ave Destination will be on the left 0.1 mi 6991 W 117th Ave Broomfield, CO 80020, USA
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Frequently Asked Water Filter System Questions:
How to filter water?
To filter water, decide if you need a short or long term solution. Water filtering methods include:
- Boiling water (short term)
- Iodine tablets (short term)
- Chlorine drops (short term)
- Charcoal (short term)
- UV Light (short term)
- Water filter (long term)
What is the best water filter?
We might be biased, but we believe the best water filter for your home is a Brita Pro 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.
- Reduces Chlorine, Chloramines, and particulates.
- Neutralize corrosiveness to protect fixtures, pipes, and appliances.
- Employ natural oxidation to reduce iron & manganese.
What is filtered water?
Filtered water, in the simplest of terms, is water that has been forced through or over some medium with the intent of removing something from the water. Most filtered water can be divided into 2 categories:
- Physical filtration (provides a physical barrier that reduces larger particles from your water)
- Chemical filtration (uses simple chemical reactions on the water to reduce smaller impurities that physical filters can’t catch)
How do water filters work?
Most home water filters work using a combination of both physical and chemical filtration. The different stages, or filtering tanks, that your water will pass through depends on the type of water filter system you purchase.
How to change water filter?
To change a water filter, and for best results, check with your filters manufacturer manual or schedule regular maintenance through your installer. A generic rundown includes:
- Shut off water
- Shut off all water-using appliances
- Gather your supplies (replacement water filter, filter wrench, strap wrench, o-ring, food-grade silicone grease, plumbers tape, a big bucket, & towels)
- Depressurize system
- Switch water bypass
- Open filter canister
- Clean out filter canister
- Replace o-ring
- Apply plumbers tape
- Put replacement filter in
- Repressurize system
- Turn the water back on
- Turn water using appliances back on
- Clean up
Where to recycle water filters?
If you’re looking to recycle your water filter, the easiest route is to check with your local installation company for a recycling program. If none in your area are available, Brita has a comprehensive recycling program in place. Manually dry used filters to reduce excess water, let them dry for three days, wrap them in a recyclable bag, pack it into a box, then use Brita’s website to create an account and print a free shipping label. Brita uses its recycled products to create a range of products, including toothbrushes, razor handles, and cutting boards. Any contaminants in the used filters are regenerated for alternative use.