It’s easy to take the quality of your tap water for granted… until you can’t!
If you are worried about the water you drink, cook with, or bathe in, then it may be time for a water filtration system.
RO-System.org provides trusted reviews and recommendations for water filters of all types and for every budget.
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Types of Water Filters
There are a few main categories of water filters, each with pros and cons depending on your needs.
Under Sink Water Filters
Undersink water filters connect to the plumbing under your sink (usually the kitchen) and provide filtered water through a dedicated faucet.
With a reverse osmosis (RO) membrane as one of the stages, these filters offer the best value since they produce LOTS of clean, filtered water.
Reverse osmosis water filters are also the most common filter type installed in the home.
Countertop Water Filters
Countertop water filters come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some connect to the faucet, some only need electricity, and some just use gravity.
This is the easiest way to get clean, filtered water in any situation!
Whole House Water Filters
If you want to be sure that ALL of the water in your house is safe and that every faucet and appliance is protected, then you need a whole house water filter.
Available in sizes and budgets for every home, this is the best way to be sure you’re covered.
Need Help Deciding?
Deciding can be confusing…
So we offer a customized water filter quiz!
Answer a few simple questions about your water and home and then get customized suggestions for the best filter type.
Say Goodbye to Water Bottles
You may be surprised to hear that the total cost to own and maintain a water filtration system over time is LESS than drinking and cooking with bottled water!
Once you’ve made the switch, there are:
- No more trips to the store
- No more lugging heavy water
- No more plastic bottle waste
Take control of your water
Stop relying on anyone else to provide you with clean, healthy water!
Most undersink and countertop filters can be installed in an hour or two by anyone with good DIY skills…