A Better Drink
Anyone who is buying bottled is concerned with having something better to drink, first and foremost. This is also the primary benefit found in homes with water filtration. By taking out the impurities, chemicals, and sediment that inevitably makes it to the faucet, you are stripping the drink down to pure H20 and nothing more. The end product tastes better, and you don’t have to worry about whether what you’re drinking could harm you in any way.
Getting to the Source
Some may think, “Why pay for a big system when I can just put an add on product onto the faucet and have the same thing?” Don’t be fooled. While a cheap appliance will provide you with a cleaner product than nothing at all, it won’t purify half of what a real home water filtration system can do. Second, a larger system filters at the source. It is then clean and clear and can be enjoyed throughout the house. This means you get that same clean water from your showerheads, in your pool, and in all of your appliances. That’s the real difference, and it is a big one.
No matter how much you hate what’s coming from the city, you still have to keep costs in mind. Very few homeowners can afford to spend whatever they want to make sure the glasses in their dishwasher don’t come out spotty. But consider this: most home filtration systems are much more economical than the alternative. When you consider how much it costs to buy a bottled product, purchase softeners, or a reverse osmosis system, you’ll see that a good water filtration device is priced quite reasonably.