Posted on: December 6, 2016
By: Alan O'Neill
Posted in: Plumbing
Water filters are deliberately designed to make its mechanism uncomplicated and trouble-free. Using filtered water is a good step ahead to use healthy water without contaminants.Filters rely on various technologies, or just one, to improve the quality of water for more than just satisfaction.
Filtered water can be installed in a home either in a whole house filter system, which makes filtered water available from every tap in your home, or from point sources like sink and showerhead filters.
Installing the type of water-treatment device that utilizes filter cartridges under the sink and delivers clean water through a sink-top spout is a relatively easy do-it-yourself project. Doing this job involves simply mounting the filter unit in the cabinet and connecting plastic tubing to your existing cold water pipes using special saddle valves.
Several different types of water treatment devices are sold, including dual-cartridge devices like the one shown below and reverse-osmosis systems that work basically the same way but also utilize an undersink storage tank that holds clean water and is connected to the sink’s trap because it discharges wastewater. Neither type requires electrical power.
Filters inside cartridge-based water treatment devices must be changed periodically—typically twice a year. Changes in the odor, taste, and/or flow of the water are sure signs that the filter cartridges need to be replaced.
Filtered water makes you feel better, can help prevent some nasty diseases, and can make you look better with very little effort. This filtered water is good for general uses like drinking water and showering, but also for uses like cooking and health purposes, especially removing toxins from the water. Call (713) 812-7070 us for your home service and repair needs.
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