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Old 07-06-2018, 02:56 PM
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[QUOTE=Kahuna32162;1558659]Before you decide or take any action, look into the Nova whole house water filtration system. We have had this system installed in both our Villages homes and would not be without it. NO high pressure sales and at a cost that is way way less than the guys who come knocking at your door. Novafiltration dot com or call Bob at 352 566-2649. total cost is under $600!



I've had the Nova Water Filtration system for 5 years. The water tastes great and the filters need to be change once per year for a couple's household. Once every year and a half, for a single person, (I'm single).

I don't know what Bob charges now but I paid $495 several years ago and it's $130 for the filter replacement. I drink a lot of water and to me it's a good investment in my health.
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Old 07-06-2018, 07:24 PM
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We put in Nova when we bought our house.
I’ve lived in FL 20 years and cannot drink the water.
The water from the Nova filtration is really good that we don’t need a softener.
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Before you decide or take any action, look into the Nova whole house water filtration system. We have had this system installed in both our Villages homes and would not be without it. NO high pressure sales and at a cost that is way way less than the guys who come knocking at your door. Novafiltration dot com or call Bob at 352 566-2649. total cost is under $600!



I've had the Nova Water Filtration system for 5 years. The water tastes great and the filters need to be change once per year for a couple's household. Once every year and a half, for a single person, (I'm single).

I don't know what Bob charges now but I paid $495 several years ago and it's $130 for the filter replacement. I drink a lot of water and to me it's a good investment in my health.
I had Nova install a system about 6 weeks ago and my cost was $604. Best $604 I ever spent. I can finally drink the water...

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Old 07-07-2018, 05:53 AM
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I had Nova install a system about 6 weeks ago and my cost was $604. Best $604 I ever spent. I can finally drink the water...

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I have only heard good things about Nova. Three of our friends have it.
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I have only heard good things about Nova. Three of our friends have it.
I too know several friends who have the Nova system. To each their own, as I don't mind the taste of the water, and my wife uses a Brita pitcher. I don't see the need to filter an entire house.
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Old 07-07-2018, 08:11 AM
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I too know several friends who have the Nova system. To each their own, as I don't mind the taste of the water, and my wife uses a Brita pitcher. I don't see the need to filter an entire house.


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Dishwasher, refrigerator, clothes washer water valve solenoids.


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Old 07-07-2018, 08:34 AM
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Dishwasher, refrigerator, clothes washer water valve solenoids.


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Fridge has a water filter. And so far in my life I have yet to feel the need for filtered water cleaning my clothes. In fact I’ve never had a home with a water filter system and I’ve managed to survive.
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