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NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System Close Up
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System New Hampshire Installation
NH Tap Pure PFAS Filtration System + NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap Pure PFAS Filtration System + NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener Installed in New Hampshire
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System

NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System

The NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System is an ideal solution for your Well Water Filtration System needs. Remove all trace elements of PFAS with a superior carbon filtration media.

NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System Close Up
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System New Hampshire Installation
NH Tap Pure PFAS Filtration System + NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap Pure PFAS Filtration System + NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener Installed in New Hampshire
NH Tap Pure™ PFAS Filtration System
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5 Year Warranty on Parts & Labor

Professional Free Installation

Professional Free Installation

Unmatched Value

Unmatched Value, + Financing Options

Independent Lab-Tested Results

Independent Lab-Tested Results

Benefits of The NH Tap Pure PFAS Filtration System

Reinvent Your Everyday Essentials with a Worry-free Water Solution.

Healthy water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning.

Drinking, Cooking, and Cleaning without PFAS or Toxic Synthetic Compounds.

Bathroom essentials without any chemicals.

Healthy Water for Kitchen and Bathroom.

Softer, toxin-free laundry.

Softer, toxin-free laundry.

Intelligent PFAS water purification with granular activated carbon technology.

The NH Tap Pure Filtration System automatically absorbs toxins including PFAS using a high-performance carbon product. With a sealed design, the system restrains toxins, keeping them from bypassing the filter and going into your home environment. The result is pure water, free from PFAS, delivered throughout every faucet. Contaminants captured include: PFOA, PFOS, PFNA, PFHxS, and Short & Long-chain PFAS.

Specifically designed for your water

Essential PFAS filtration for NH homes.

As the PFAS problem continues to grow in NH, you can rest knowing your water source is protected by the highest quality carbon filtration. Filtered water does not harm your health with toxic chemicals from both organic and non-organic compounds. This is a safe, cost-efficient, and effective way to purify NH well water.

Let’s find out what’s in your water.

Superior Water Filtration for PFAS

Superior filtration technology for day-to-day use.

As the impurities in water meet the enhanced filtration materials, an elemental reaction occurs, giving you clean water. Our system’s advanced granular activated carbon bonds the impurities with the filtration media, removing them before they can be circulated into the water supply. The carbon filtration unit contains approximately 200,000 sq. ft. of pores within each gram of carbon. This ability helps absorb contaminants.

Longer lifespan, simple service.

Longer lifespan, simple service.

Installing a NH Tap Pure PFAS Filtration System allows you and your family to enjoy healthy water supply with absolute peace of mind for years to come.

We offer a 5-year warranty to reinforce our dynamic PFAS water filtration system and can provide regular maintenance service to help your unit last a lifetime!

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We make shopping for a PFAS water filtration system easy.

Whether you’ve been drinking bottled water—or were unaware of the potential chemical exposures—your water source should not be a reason for stress in your life. Here’s a brief look at how NH Tap provides a superior product to enhance your life, giving you quality water and service for years to come.

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Kind words from our customers.

Merrimack, New Hampshire PFAS Filtration System Install

Craig Dolan

Merrimack, New Hampshire

“The process was effortless, and the communication was fantastic! Everyone involved was very knowledgeable and walked you through step by step. They went above and beyond with the installation and made sure everything was cleaned up and working properly. Can’t thank them enough for the peace of mind that my family and I now have, knowing we are drinking the purest water! I will be recommending them to all my friends and family!”

Litchfield, New Hampshire PFAS Filtration System Install

Bill Morin

Litchfield, New Hampshire

“We live in Litchfield near the St Gobain quarantine area and have always feared what was in our water. We had town water but were dissatisfied with the taste and chemicals they add to the water, not to mention the astronomic prices, so we decided to drill a well. After completion we had NH Tap come out and test the water. Keith and his team were on time for their appointment, very knowledgeable about our needs and made a prompt recommendation when they received the results from third party labs. Once we decided to move forward they promptly scheduled the install. I can’t say enough good about the whole process. Our water is delicious and the retest showed all of the corrections they made were working flawlessly. They were communicative throughout the process and did and amazing job on the install. Would recommend them to anyone for their water needs.”

Nashua, New Hampshire PFAS Filtration System Install

Krishna B

Nashua, New Hampshire

“Keith and Nate are extremely professional and courteous!! Did some research about whole home water filtration systems and emailed them with a lot of questions, several times. Received a prompt and informational response every time. Not pushy and no sales pitch at all. Very honest about everything. Installation was a pleasant experience. Explained in detail how the system works. Did the water 'tests' before and after. Can clearly see the difference in the quality of water. Have recommended it to several friends. Really impressed with the handwritten and personal "Thank you" note. The follow up communication is great. All the time went "Above and Beyond" expectations.”

Bedford, New Hampshire PFAS Filtration System Install

Lauren Major

Bedford, New Hampshire

“After having multiple companies come to my house for a consultation, I went with NH Tap because they were so nice and friendly, and the meeting didn’t feel like a sales pitch. I had an idea ahead of time of the work I wanted done based on previous tests of my water, and they were the only company that suggested the exact course of action I knew was correct, without trying to sell me all sorts of extra things. The work was done quickly, and at a fair price. Each member of this team that I met is polite, trustworthy, knowledgeable, and seem to go the extra mile for their customers. One of them even carried down 10 bags of salt that I just bought, which was completely unexpected and unnecessary, but very nice. I am very happy with the results of their work. Thank you, Keith!”

All your questions answered.

For private wells, NH Tap will need to test your water to determine its chemical makeup. Many contaminants can be tested on-site, but certain contaminants such as arsenic and PFAS will be sent to an independent lab for testing. Once the lab results come in (usually within 3-5 weeks), we will share them with you and provide a quote for any necessary remediation.

BBecause NHDES publishes all PFAS-contaminated well site locations, NH Tap is able to gain a lot of information about any contaminants that may be in your area—before we step foot in your home.

Our turnaround time is 2-4 weeks from consultation to installation.

Your system should last a lifetime. But your filtration media will last up to 3 years and then will need to be replaced. We provide a scheduled service that lets you put your water on auto-pilot!

Yes. We offer easy-term financing with zero down & low monthly payments. Contact us today for a quote!

A whole house water filtration system removes PFAS chemicals from your well water with activated carbon filtration media. Rather than filtering just a single faucet like a Reverse Osmosis system, a whole home water filtration system delivers purified water throughout your entire home.

There are various options and quality factors that will impact the cost of a PFAS water filtration system. PFAS whole-home filtration systems vary from $2,800 to $3,400 installed. The primary variables on cost include the types of contamination affecting your water, the level of contamination, and the complexity of the installation itself.

The best water filtration system for you depends on your lifestyle, budget, and water quality. Primarily there are Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems and Whole-House Water Filtration Systems to consider—and each has it's pros and cons.

Reverse Osmosis systems are less expensive to maintain and do a great job of removing even the most challenging of contaminants. However they do have drawbacks—RO systems only filter one dedicated drinking water faucet and can remove beneficial minerals along with the heavy metals, pesticides and herbicides, chemicals, and hormones found in water.

Whenever feasible, we prefer the Whole House Filtration System because it provides fresh water for bathing, cooking, and cleaning. Despite a higher upfront cost, Whole House Filtration systems have longer maintenance intervals while providing a holistic water solution for your home or business.

There are typically two separate filters to consider when maintaining your NH Tap whole home water filtration system: the sediment filter and the filtration media tank.

The sediment filter is the first inline from your home water main and has a blue canister with a cartridge inside. These cartridges should be replaced every 1 to 3 months. Replacing this cartridge is a simple task, but it is important to keep up with these as a clogged sediment filter can reduce or completely stop water flow.

Maintaining your filtration media tank is much simpler. Your NH Tap whole house water filtration system has automatic regeneration cycles that can be scheduled specifically to coordinate your water usage and lifestyle. These re-gen cycles greatly extend the lifecycle of the filtration media versus older or lower quality systems. Eventually, your filtration media will need to be replaced (usually within 2–5 years depending on your water use). This is a simple process of exchanging the old media tank for disposal and replacing it with a new media tank.

We recommend setting up scheduled maintenance visits so that your unit can continue working well for years to come. Once you sign up, we send out trained technicians regularly to inspect and maintain your unit, so your fresh water is always on autopilot! Enjoy peace of mind and one less thing to think about!

All NH Tap water filtration systems include professional installation in the quoted price. While a handy homeowner can install a big box store unit themselves, NH Tap whole house water filtrations are always installed by a licensed plumber to ensure quality workmanship and longevity for your system.

To install a whole house filtration system, our plumbers typically will:

  1. Choose the filtration unit's location.
  2. Turn off the building's water supply.
  3. Remove a part of the pipe near the water main shutoff valve, where you can mount the unit on the wall or floor, and remove burrs.
  4. Install the copper tees and connect them with a pipe and ball valve.
  5. Depending on the unit and whether you have a pre-filter or not, add a ball-valve on either side, dry fitting it all. Mount the units, continue the piping, hooking it up with a dry fit.
  6. Clean your copper lines with an emery cloth. Use the deburring tool to finish it. Apply flux and solder the connections.
  7. Add a grounding jumper cable if you have copper or galvanized pipes.
  8. Carefully route drain lines to avoid spilling or freezing and causing damage to the home.
  9. Remove and dispose of any old equipment.

As always when dealing with water in the home, we feel strongly that an ambitious homeowner can save money in other places, but handling the installation and maintenance of a whole-home water filtration system is best left to the pros.

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