Four Cheap Options For Water Purification

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Four Cheap Options For Water Purification

20 November 2017
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Water filtration systems not only improve the taste of water, they also remove harmful contaminants that undermine health of drinkers. With the advancements of water filtration systems, they have become simpler to install and much more convenient to operate and maintain. Through time, they have also become cheaper. Here are four cheap options for water purification solutions for you to consider. 

Pitchers

Ah, the classic water pitcher. It is a great solution if you want to dip your toes into the waters of water filtration. There are a few ways they can work, but usually, they contain a filter with carbon (charcoal) granules that attract particles out of the water. There's little setup, but don't make the mistake of keeping the filter for months and months without replacing it. Thus, there are some ongoing costs with these filters. 

Countertop Water Filters

There are filters that you can place on your countertop for access to clean water 24/7. The larger reservoir makes it more convenient than a pitcher that you need to refill multiple times per day for a family. Again, multiple purification and filtration methods can apply. 

Faucet-Mounted Water Filters

Faucet-mounted water filtration systems are easier to install. You just unscrew the aerator from the threaded tip of the faucet and then screw on the filter. You can also conveniently switch between filtered and unfiltered water, so it could be useful for drinking, cooking, and other purposes. The only problem is that these filters can slow the flow of water, since it's filtered as it's coming out. 

Undersink Water Filters

Like countertop water filters, undersink water filters also filter large quantities of water. They are also strategically located beneath the sink and don't clutter countertop space. However, they may also require professional plumbing modifications, including drilling a hole from the dispenser through the sink or countertop. They are good options for those who do not want to have to look at a water filter in their kitchen day in and day out, and for those who want more effortless water purification solutions. 

As water purification solutions become an essential part of a household, more and more options became available in the market. For small households and constantly moving families, carafes and faucet-mounted water filtration systems are good cheap options. For families that need larger quantities of filtered water, countertop and undersink filters are cheaper options compared to much expensive systems such as reverse-osmosis water filters. You can choose from these four cheap options based on your filtered water needs and preferences.