Are you building, bulldozing or bettering? The best time to install a water filtration system is often before you even think you need one. We’ve mentioned before how buying a home water filter is like buying insurance. While it’s not an intrusive process, it does make sense to hook up one or more filtration units when you’re already building or renovating.
Even if the water in your neighbourhood is great right now, these systems make sure you’ll never have to worry about weird tastes (like chlorine), turbid water, odors, impurities or contaminants.
Under-sink filters, chillers, faucets, and point-of-use countertop (or floor model) coolers are some of the best options to consider, depending on your project.
As a designer, architect, engineer or contractor, you may want to consider outfitting new homes, apartment units, or offices with built-in water filtration systems. These units not only protects future residents or businesses from potential water problems down the road, but they can add value to the project.
With a variety of products available, you can work with one of our installation specialists to find a model that fits your space and filtration requirements. These sustainable systems don’t require hard-to-find replacement filters or pieces, and are long term solutions for your development. Each system functions individually, so if you’ve installed multiple units in a building and one is removed or changed, it doesn’t affect the others.
If you’re renovating your home or updating a building’s kitchen, use this opportunity to strike while the drywall is down (or while the new countertop or cabinets are settling in). Because these water filtration units are bottleless, they can hide neatly under the sink, with only a sleek, dedicated faucet peeking cleanly out beside your main tap.
Individual filters only need to be replaced once a year, and it’s as easy as changing a lightbulb. Replacement water filters purify at different levels, so feel free to ask us for our best recommendation.
If you’re a homeowner or property manager, read through our H Series FAQ for everything you need to know about our most popular system.
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