Water Filtration Systems: What Are My Options?

Water Filtration Systems

We all know the importance of staying hydrated. For many families, drinking high-quality water means spending money on plastic water bottles. Not only are these bottles expensive and heavy, but they are also wasteful. You can help save the environment while also saving time and money by switching to a water filtration system. Keep reading to learn about two of the most popular options.

Individual Carbon Filters

Carbon water filters are a very popular option because they are inexpensive and easy to use. Many people purchase carbon water bottles or jugs (made by Brita and similar brands) that easily filter tap water to make it clean and safe to drink. These individual carbon filters can be found at most home stores, so they are a convenient option. However, the filters can be difficult to set up properly and need to be replaced frequently in order to stay effective.

Whole House Water Filter

If you want the benefits of carbon filters without the headache of using individual filters, a whole house water filter system is a great option. These water filtration systems are professionally installed so you don’t have to worry about doing the job right yourself. A whole house water filter system will even increase your home value while decreasing the costs for plumbing maintenance. Additionally, whole house water filters produce many health benefits. There are different types of whole house filtration systems available, including whole house carbon filters. Our team at Show Plumbing will help you determine the best system for your needs.

Ready for your water filtration system? Give Show Plumbing a call at 281-860-2000.

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