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Drinking Water Systems

MultiPure Drinking Water System Video

Water Filter Systems    J Finan, Multipure Independent Builder, ID# 433241

 

For a discount on the unit  use this number 435597 it is the discount code number

Water is essential for your survival, but poor quality water can harm your health. Though most of us drink water that has been treated by our city before it comes to our tap, this water may still contain some contaminants that are bad for our health. At the very least, water may not appear as clear or taste and smell as fresh as you want due to physical contaminants like traces of sediment.

 

If you're interested in improving the quality of drinking water in your home, then you should consider equipping your kitchen sink with a drinking water system. With the right system, you and your family can drink your water with confidence and peace of mind, knowing that it's both healthy and delicious.

What’s the Best Water Filter System for My Home?

With so many different options on the market, looking for the right drinking water filter system for your home can feel overwhelming. To identify the right choice for your home, you should consider a few different major factors. These include the type of home you live in, your location, and your budget. When you take these three factors into account, you can select a filter that will meet your needs and help improve your quality of life.

  • To find out what contaminants are common in your area, ask your local provider for information. While this can be helpful, testing your water is the best way to find out which contaminants are present in your water supply.  We can do water quallity testing at your home or property  the  a sample of your water is tested by a certified laboratory.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) divides water contaminants into four categories — physical, chemical, biological, and radiological. An example of a physical contaminant that may make its way into your water is sediment. Chemical contaminants can be naturally occurring in your area or can be man-made from things like pesticides, industrial pollutants and medications. Biological contaminants include viruses, bacteria, and other microbes. Radiological contaminants can occur naturally wherever there are uranium and radium deposits, and they can also be produced from man-made nuclear reactions.

 

While some contaminants may be relatively harmless, others can be hazardous to your health, especially in large concentrations. It's important to know which categories of contaminants you need to protect yourself from in your area and then use this information to help you find a water filter that will do the job. For instance, many filters will not take out biological contaminants, so if those are a concern in your area, you'll want to select a filter that can handle removing these tiny microbes.

 

  • How Much Does a Drinking Water System Cost?

If you're wondering how much you should budget for a drinking water system, the answer depends on your filtration needs and what you can afford to spend. While, as we stated above, some filters will do more than you need them to do, it is also true that price can be an indicator of quality.

 

In other words, if you find a filter that seems exceptionally affordable, it is likely because it doesn't really do much to help improve the quality of your water, and if you find one that is exceptionally expensive, it's probably because it tackles multiple layers of contamination issues to purify your water. That said, you should always do your research to make sure you're not overpaying for a system that does the same thing as one that may be hundreds of dollars cheaper.

 

One thing to look for in any water filter is official NSF certifications. These certifications indicate what a water filter system is really capable of. While companies can make claims about their filter's capabilities, an NSF certification is an objective way of ensuring you're getting a filter you can count on to meet your filtration needs.

 

At Multipure, our drinking water systems range from just under $200 to a little over $1,000. Each option offers its own set of capabilities. Of course, higher-end options will do more to enhance the quality of your water, but even if you can't afford a higher-end option, you'll still improve your water by installing a more economical filter. You don't need to wait until you've budgeted a large sum of money to start enjoying cleaner, healthier water.

 

What Are the Different Types of Water Systems?

 

Multipure's Drinking Water Systems line includes five main product options. These water filter systems are all designed to enhance the quality of your tap water to make it appear clearer, smell and taste better, and be more healthful for your body. No matter which system you choose, you'll enjoy better water that enhances your quality of life.

  •   Consumer Report Recommended

    Recommended Under-Sink Water Filters

    Recommended models are standout choices with high scores. They include CR Best Buys, which offer exceptional value. (Occasionally, high-scoring models are not recommended due to their Brand Repair History or other issues.) When narrowing your choices among models, weigh performance, features, price, and attributes that matter to you, such as color, size, or style.

    See How We Test  OVERALL SCORE

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    90 points out of 100 this was the highest score of any product in this category.

    MultipureMP750SB

    Recommended

    Price: $500

     

    Type :  Under-Sink Water Filters

    This under sink filter from Multi-Pure is on the pricey side but delivered top-notch, clog-free filtering of lead and organic compounds in our tests. Its flow rate was impressive, better than most other under sink filters. Another plus: Its annual filter costs are below-average for this type of filter.