Types of Water Filtration
There are two types of water filtration: Single Source and Whole House. Three-Way Plumbing can help you determine the best option for you! Once you've selected a solution, let our professional installation staff set up your new filtration system. We install it right the first time, so you don't have to worry.
Single Source Water Filtration
The Benefits of Single Source (or Point of Use) Filtration
Concerned about what’s coming out of the tap? Tired of spending all that money on bottled water?
Did you know that the average family spends more than $1,000 a year on bottled water?! According to MSNBC, 25% of all bottled water is drawn from municipal water supplies! So much for thinking you were drinking premium, clean water.
Filtration at a single source, such as under the kitchen sink, provides clean, clear water for both drinking and cooking. In fact, Three-Way Plumbing’s single-source filtration device can eliminate your need to ever buy bottled water again. It's easily installed under your kitchen sink and will filter contaminants from your water... contaminants like chlorine, particulates and many chemicals or poisons found in treated tap water. Once installed, it's out-of-sight, but not out-of-mind! Just that quick, all of your drinking water from your kitchen is filtered, odorless and good tasting - providing your family with clear, clean water.
Professional installation is quick and the unit is unnoticeable since it doesn't hang off the end of your faucet, or take up valuable counter space. It’s clearly the best choice for families wanting to kick the bottled water habit! Read about the President's Cancer Panel Report on the Benefits of Drinking Filtered Tap Water
Whole House Water Filtration
The Benefits of Whole House (or Point of Entry) Water Filtration
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. This unit installs at the source of where your water enters your home and performs all its filtration duties right there, leaving every faucet in the house with the benefits of filtered water.
This includes the dishwasher, washing machine, as well as pools and hot tubs.
"Ironically, even the Chlorine widely used to disinfect water produces Carcinogenic traces. Studies indicate the suspect chemicals can also be inhaled and absorbed through the skin during showering and bathing." Read about the President's Cancer Panel Report on the Benefits of Drinking Filtered Tap Water
-- U. S. News & World Report - 29 July 1991, Is your Water Safe - The Dangerous State of Your Water
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