What Is Water Filtration

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The State Of Water

water filterAs you know, there are several cities around the United States that have poor drinking water. Even if you don't live in one of these cities there's still a chance that your drinking water contains some unhealthy chemicals and contaminants. Why take any chances with your water when you can take control of your water quality with our drinking water filters. You can be a filter or you can buy a filter.

Water Filter One offers quality water filters such as point of use water filters to whole house water filters that address chlorine, chloramines, lead, cysts, VOC's and THM's. These water filters produce high-quality water right at your kitchen sink or for your entire home.

Water Filter One is a smart choice, giving you the best options on the market and allowing you to find the right solution for your home's water needs.

There is no need to rely on buying bottled water since you'll be enjoying spring-like filtered water all year long!

Which Water Filter Is Best For Me?

You use your drinking water for everything. You use it to wash your vegetables to filling your family's glasses at dinner. For most homes, municipalities treat drinking water with chemicals including chlorine and chloramines to treat the water for contaminants. While chlorine and chloramines are successful at treating bacteria in your water, they can miss certain contaminants that are harmful to your health. That's why you should protect your family with a water filtration system.

Water Filter One carries a wide range of water filtration systems to make sure that you have clean water everywhere you need it.

Choose The Best Type Of Drinking Water Filter For Your Home

Choosing a water filtration system is easy. You first need to determine whether you need an under the sink system or a whole-house solution.

An under the sink system is installed under your sink and includes a dedicated faucet from which to pull your filtered water. 

Whole house filtration systems are usually installed outside or in your garage. These types of filters produce water for the entire home.

Next, determine which contaminants are the most important to filter out of your home. If you are looking to reduce the highest number of contaminants, our reverse osmosis + Inline Carbon Filter may be the choice for you. It reduces 95% of fluoride and mercury, 97% of chlorine and arsenic, and 99% of lead and asbestos and more. While some of our RO systems are so efficient at removing solids that they remove healthy minerals at the same time. That's why we offer our RO systems with a mineral cartridge and a pH cartridge to restore a healthy pH balance, along with calcium, magnesium, and potassium to your drinking water. 

Identify Your Water Filtration Needs

Deciding to filter your water in your home is a great choice that will provide numerous benefits. However, with the variety of different water filters that are available today, from Inline Carbon Filters, Whole House Reverse Osmosis Systems, to Point Of Use Reverse Osmosis Systems, it can be difficult to know which one is best for your home and your specific water needs.

The first step to finding out what is in your water is to have a water test completed. You can also obtain a copy of your water quality report from your local water utility company. Alternatively, you can visit the Environmental Working Group (EWG) website and enter your zip code to see your area's water problems.

Now you know what contaminants are in your water, you can find a water filtration solution that will be most effective for your specific needs and address your main water quality concerns.

A Solution For Every Water Problem

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Have Safer Drinking Water Anytime

  • When you filter your water, you are ensured that you have clean and safe drinking water, compared to the bottled water and tap water that comes straight from the water utility in your city.
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Improve The Taste Of Drinking Water

  • Water filters remove elements that cause drinking water to have an unpleasant taste and smell, such as lead, chlorine, and bacteria. A water filtration system will improve the overall purity, taste, and smell of your drinking water. It also lowers the pH level of the water that you drink.
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Protect The Environment

  • There are 50 billion plastic water bottles bought in the US annually. Since only 38% gets recycled, the remaining ended up in your local landfills. With a water filtration system, you will not be adding more plastic bottles to landfills. On average, it will take 450 years for plastic bottles to biodegrade.
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Benefits Of Filtered Water

  • Cleaner Water - Filters over 60 contaminants including lead, chlorine, VOC's and Cysts.

  • Easy To Use - Our system is easy to install. No more bulky pitchers taking up space in your refrigerator and filter changes are easy!

  • Better For The Environment - Advanced technology reduces the need to buy bottled water.

  • Better Taste - Reduces unpleasant odors for better-tasting coffee and tea to start your mornings.

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Whole Home Water Filtration

  • Whole home water filtration solutions improve the water at the point it enters your home. Cleaner, fresher, better tasting water at every tap.

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Point Of Use Water Filtration

  • A point of use drinking water system provides an endless supply of fresh, filtered water that is perfect for making your favorite drinks, washing vegetables or boiling pasta.

Most Americans Are Worried About Contaminants In Tap Water!

Are You Ready To Drink Clean Filtered Water All Year Long?


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