Complete Home Filtration water filtered
Complete Home Filtration system provides filtered water forever. Image supplied.
  • You'd be surprised what's in the water that is pumped to your home
  • A CHF system will deliver clean, freshly filtered water. Always.
  • No more scaling of kettles and shower screens.

You’d probably be surprised what’s in your tap water – the stuff that is pumped through hundreds of kilometres of pipe to your home.

Because you, your housemates and your family consume this, it might be a good idea to know what’s actually in it, and perhaps remove anything you would not like there.

If tested, you may find remnants of various metals, minerals, fluoride and calcium.

The Complete Home Filtration (CHF) system is professionally plumbed into the mains water pipe entering your home. Once installed, all raw tap water entering your home will pass through its 4 stage filtration system to deliver clean, freshly filtered water to every water outlet in your home.

Installing a CHF system is a great way to improve your family’s health & well-being while having peace of mind knowing you are not only saving money buying bottled water you’re also adding value to your home.

In addition, you’re saving the planet by reducing the levels of plastic bottles that end up in landfill while ensuring you have an environmentally efficient home.

One in five households in Australia buy bottled water, and 8% use it as their main water source (ABS).

Complete Home Filtration clean water
Clean, fresh water. Always.

Scale Prevention

Is calcium build-up ruining the look of your kettle and shower screens?

Over time, this can be unsightly, and can clog pipes, heaters, fixtures and appliances.

CHF has exclusive rights to a German technology called ‘SP3’. It’s a smarter alternative to saltwater softeners, and is better for human health and the environment. No more adding sodium to water, as the system converts the calcium build-up to harmless crystals.

CHF servicing Australia

CHF is an Australian business success story and has been busy installing tens of thousands of their Australian designed and built water filtration systems around the country over the past few years.

Demand is also increasing for their systems internationally with CHF being recognised for innovation in water filtration technology, specifically around dealing with contaminants of emerging concern.

Established in 2018, the company has pioneered ‘point of entry’ home filters – one system plugged into the water mains, and that’s it. All water is filtered from then on. No more water filters on your fridge or taps. No more bottled water.

Complete Home Filtration unit house
A Complete Home Filtration unit outside a house

It took many years to install 2 million Australian homes with solar panels, but now almost one in four homes have them.

So far, CHF has established offices in WA, QLD, NSW and SA with Victoria opening in early 2022.

From these locations, customers are serviced both in the metro areas and the regions where water can be particularly harsh.

Tens of thousands of Australians are joining the ‘Clean Water Revolution’ every year and having their home water supply upgraded with CHF. Now with several new home builders offering CHF systems as standard spec this uptake is set to rapidly accelerate.

So if you’re in an established home or building your dream home, get the water everyone wants with Complete Home Filtration.

For a free, no-obligation water test and quote, please visit this webpage.


Alternatively, call CHF on 1300 693 458.

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