The installation process typically involves shutting off the water supply, installing the pre-filter and main filter, connecting the system to the main water supply line, and installing the bypass valve. Once the installation is complete, the water supply can be turned back on and the system can be tested to ensure it is working properly. B. Maintenance Requirements Proper maintenance is essential to ensure that the whole house water purification system is functioning correctly and providing clean and safe water for the home. Maintenance requirements will vary depending on the type of system installed, but generally include filter replacement, cleaning, and sanitizing. The pre-filter should be checked and replaced as needed to prevent clogging and maintain water pressure. The main filter should be replaced on a regular basis, typically every six months to one year, depending on the level of water usage and the type of system installed. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for filter replacement. The system should also be cleaned and sanitized periodically to prevent bacteria and other microorganisms from growing within the system. This can be done by flushing the system with a sanitizing solution or using a UV light to disinfect the system. Regular maintenance and filter replacement will ensure that the whole house water purification system is functioning properly and providing clean and safe water for the home. It is important to keep track of filter replacement schedules and perform maintenance as needed to ensure optimal performance of the system. In conclusion, installation and maintenance are important aspects of a whole house water purification system. Proper installation by a professional plumber or water treatment specialist will ensure that the system is functioning correctly and providing clean and safe water for the home. Regular maintenance, including filter replacement and cleaning, is essential to maintain optimal performance of the system and ensure the health and safety of those using the water.