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Monday, April 27, 2009
If you’re considering ways to filter your tap water, you’re probably wondering about the differences between a countertop water filter and an under sink water filter. An under sink water filter requires some plumbing knowledge to install. With an under sink water filter, the filtered water is either dispensed through a faucet in place of the regular tap water, or an additional faucet can be installed for filtered water. The filtering unit itself sits under your kitchen sink and is connected to the water pipes, filtering contaminants from your tap water.
This type of filter is installed under your sink, out of sight. Unlike other types of water filters, it does not take up any usable space on your countertop or elsewhere in your kitchen. Ensuring that you and your family will always have a steady supply of pure filtered drinking water.
An under sink water filter delivers water that is safe and healthy for not only drinking, but also cooking, cleaning, and any other activity that has the potential to expose you to the dangers of tap water.
by: Chris Tracey