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29 November 2016

Save Thousands on Water With a Water Filtration System

Save Thousands on Water With a Water Filtration System

Did you know that the average family spends more than $1,000 a year on bottled water? Even if you are aware that your family might be spending a small fortune on bottled water, you probably didn’t know that roughly 25% of all bottled water is drawn from municipal water supplies. Crazy to think about, right? Well, if you thought you were drinking premium, clean water you may want to think again.


We don’t want to scare you with the statistics mentioned above, but it’s time to face reality. Luckily for you, there’s a simple solution to spending thousands on bottled water each year and a surefire way to guarantee that the water you’re putting into your body is in fact clean and pure. The answer is a water filtration system.


There are two main types of water filtration: single-source and whole-house. What’s the difference between the two? Find out below:

  • Single-Source Water Filtration: is well, just what it sounds like. It’s a water filter at a single source - often found under the kitchen sink. It provides clean, clear water for both drinking and cooking and the installation process is quite simple. Say goodbye to bottled water and contaminants like chlorine and say hello to odorless, good-tasting water whenever you need it.

  • Whole-House Water Filtration: when one faucet won’t quite cut it, don't’ worry there’s another option. To get the same great benefits of filtered drinking and bathing water throughout the house without the need to install multiple units at each faucet, consider a whole-house filtration unit. It’s installed at the source of where your water enters your home and performs all its filtration duties right there.


So, what are you waiting for? Don’t you prefer drinking, cooking with- and bathing with clean, odorless, contaminant-free water? Call on The Good Guys at Three Way Plumbing to learn more about the types of water filtration systems and find the one that’s best for your needs!


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