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Old 05-18-2016, 10:28 AM
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Rick when you say lime I assume you mean calcium, correct me if I'm wrong.

It will filter out those calcium particles if they are 5 microns or larger, but most are not so will pass through.

There is a 75% reduction in calcium deposits but if you want 100% there are only two ways.

1. RO or reverse osmosis, these are not whole house but at the kitchen sink for drinking, cooking etc.
these are $299 installed in most homes.

2. a water softener, I really don't think they are needed here, the fact is there are almost 500 homes with the triple Nova system which underscores that, only 3 home owners requested a softener after using the triple.

I have them if you like one but suggest the triple first, then if you want one we can add it later, we offer them at $999, for a 1 cubic foot resin tank and a metered controller (not the cheap timer type),

If you add one to a triple, we give you a $100 off that price for the first 6 months after install.


You live nearby stop over and look at the options first hand if you wish.



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Old 05-18-2016, 11:15 AM
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Rick when you say lime I assume you mean calcium, correct me if I'm wrong.

It will filter out those calcium particles if they are 5 microns or larger, but most are not so will pass through.

There is a 75% reduction in calcium deposits but if you want 100% there are only two ways.

1. RO or reverse osmosis, these are not whole house but at the kitchen sink for drinking, cooking etc.
these are $299 installed in most homes.

2. a water softener, I really don't think they are needed here, the fact is there are almost 500 homes with the triple Nova system which underscores that, only 3 home owners requested a softener after using the triple.

I have them if you like one but suggest the triple first, then if you want one we can add it later, we offer them at $999, for a 1 cubic foot resin tank and a metered controller (not the cheap timer type),

If you add one to a triple, we give you a $100 off that price for the first 6 months after install.


You live nearby stop over and look at the options first hand if you wish.



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I'll be full time hopefully in a few months and I will stop by. I want a filtering system and I do like the Nova. I've noticed white deposits on my rain shower head ( bronze color) just days after I cleaned it. That can't be good for the dishwasher or anything it comes into contact with.
Thanks for your quick reply Jim.
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Old 05-18-2016, 11:24 AM
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My fixtures are also the dark bronze, I use CLR 2X a year.

there is not any quick build up at all.

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Old 06-18-2016, 11:27 AM
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I recently had Brad install the 3 stage water filtration system. He is prompt and courteous, and I love having water that doesn't have a bad smell and taste. What I really love are the spot free glasses in the dishwasher!
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Jimbo: I am genuinely interested in this system and so ask.

Who are Bob and Brad and what is their connection to you and you to this Nova Filtering System?

When was this system first applied in TV and do you have any testimonials from them? And/or of the testimonials provided which is or are the oldest (ie how far back to they go?)

Posters seem to believe that neither a water softner system nor an under the sink RO are needed. Do you agree?

The Nova system is described as a three canister filtration system. What is the useful life of a filter? How much does each filter cost?

If the Nova system is installed does it eliminate the need for a water filter being used in a refrigerator?

What are the warranty terms?

Is the unit installed at the water shut off valve in the garage? If not where? How much space is needed?
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Old 06-18-2016, 03:50 PM
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Thanks for asking all of those excellent questions. I, too, am interested.
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Old 06-19-2016, 10:33 AM
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Jimbo: I am genuinely interested in this system and so ask.

Who are Bob and Brad and what is their connection to you and you to this Nova Filtering System?
Sure I thought most folks knew Jimbo is just a Forum name I made up in 2012.
I'm Bob my son is Brad.

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When was this system first applied in TV and do you have any testimonials from them? And/or of the testimonials provided which is or are the oldest (ie how far back to they go?)
I started fabricating them about 18 years ago in NY, I moved here in Jan '13, so about 3 1/2 years now in over 500 homes here in TV.

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Posters seem to believe that neither a water softner system nor an under the sink RO are needed. Do you agree?
I agree softeners are not needed here. The water just isn't all that hard, I install them for folks that still want them but don't personally believe they have real value. Incidentally I have a great unit at $999 that others sell for over $4,000. Yes they over pricing them.

As to RO under sink purifiers, I like them, the Nova filter will give you 99% pure water, the RO will give you 100% pure, it is the ultimate in water quality.
But they can not from a practical sense do a whole home, so it is for drinking at the sink with second tap, cooking makes much better tea & coffee.

It's good investment at $299.

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The Nova system is described as a three canister filtration system. What is the useful life of a filter? How much does each filter cost?
they are sold as set of 3 for $85

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If the Nova system is installed does it eliminate the need for a water filter being used in a refrigerator?
100% correct, the money you save on those replacements in your fridge more than pay for the three in the Nova system.

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What are the warranty terms?
One year parts & labor, never had failure in the housing they are commercial not residential units.

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Is the unit installed at the water shut off valve in the garage? If not where? How much space is needed?
yes, see pic below about 28" wide 25" tall off the wall about 7"




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Old 06-19-2016, 01:39 PM
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jimbo: thank you for the quick response. You tell me that set of three filters cost $85 appears reasonable. However I also was interested in how often these tree filters had to be replaced?
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Old 06-20-2016, 07:10 AM
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Generally once a year, technically upto 26,000 gallons will give you 100% effectiveness, after that it begins to degrade, most folks here use 2000-2500 gallons of water a month, the the one year mark works.

I've had few that for some odd reason pushed it to over 40,000 gallons. When I changed the filters they were really bad, way overdue.

When that homeowner saw them, they now are on a one year schedule.

We email a reminder out once a year to change them.

FYI, there are many home owners that have been told when buying other systems their carbon never (or 5years) needs changing because it is back washed.

Nothing in my years is more dangerous info, carbon can not be back washed, the contaminants it traps in it's microscopic pores are there forever.

Lastly, bacteria begins to grow after 18 months.

So they need to be replaced before that time.



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