According to the All About Water Organization, There are an estimated 2,100 different tap water contaminants may be present in your drinking water at any time. In home water filtration systems come in many different varieties to help you obtain cleaner, purer water for drinking, bathing and household chores.
Are you considering in home water filtration systems? Water filtration systems use advanced filtration technology to reduce industrial chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, turbidity, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), microorganisms, and bad tastes and odors. Read on for the different options to choose from.
- Pitcher Purification Systems – Pitcher purification systems were first made popular by Brita, and are widely used in homes nationwide. Pitcher systems are relatively inexpensive, and easy to use, making them one of the most popular drinking water filtration systems on the market. Water filters for pitcher systems tend to filter between 40 and 100 gallons before they need to be changed. For the average family, that means anywhere from 1-4 months, depending on the amount of water consumed.
- Tap Water Purification Systems – Tap in home water filtration systems come in handy in homes where the water supply is satisfactory for bathing and laundry, but may not necessarily deliver good tasting water to drink. These little devices can be mounted onto the taps in the kitchen and other parts of the house, and provide clean, safe, pleasant-tasting water at the flick of a switch.
- Whole House Water Purification Systems – These types of in home water filtration systems tend to be more expensive, but out function all other types of filtration systems. Whole house filtration systems are reserved for homes whose water supply is extremely dirty. Household systems are typically installed at the point the mains water supply connects to the house and are often filled by pipes and are capable of filtering up to 150,000 gallons of water before needing replacement
Water purification systems help to enhance the taste, quality, and purity of your water at home. Browse online for all three types, or consult a home goods professional in-store.