High-Quality Water Filters
If you are concerned about the quality of your drinking water, consider investing in a water filter. Water filters come in two major systems: point-of-use and whole-home systems. Point-of-use water filters include countertop pitchers and filters attached to a faucet. They are usually cheaper and easier to maintain as they only serve one water point.
Whole-home systems filter the water as it enters your home. They provide clean water for all fixtures and appliances. Although more expensive, consider this system if the water is significantly contaminated.
Water filters also differ in the way they purify water. One common type is the activated charcoal filter. Another popular system, reverse osmosis, provides the cleanest drinking water and can fit under the kitchen sink. Each type of water filter has its pros and cons, and each may not work for you. Cooper’s Water can help you choose the right system for your home in Yorktown.