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Drinking Water Systems
“You need to drink more water.”
How often have you heard that from your doctor, or your family, or your friends? They’re most likely right, though, as less than half the American population drinks enough water throughout the day.
Water is essential for health. Hydration affects how you move, how you think, and even how you feel. But drinking enough water is only half the equation. The other half is drinking clean, healthy water.
Tap water is generally safe. Towns and cities treat the water before they pump it out to homes and businesses. But, sometimes, contaminants can slip through this treatment, or they can get into the water after the treatment plant, or the pipes themselves can add contaminants to the water. During emergencies, like floods or earthquakes, damage to the water infrastructure can pollute the water entering your home.
That’s where we come in. We’re here to make sure you don’t have to worry about the safety of the water you use for drinking, preparing food, and cooking. For over five decades, we’ve been the best choice for a drinking water filter system for home.
A Multipure tap water filtration system protects your water and protects the health of your family.
Find the Best Drinking Water Filter System for Your Home
With all the different brands of water filters for drinking water on the market, finding the best home drinking water filter can feel overwhelming. That’s why we want you to think about a few key factors to find the right drinking water filter system to meet your needs.
What Type of Home Do You Live In?
Do you live in a house, condo, or apartment? Do you own or rent your home? This is important, because renting your home may limit the type of installation you can use for your home drinking water filter.
If you’re not allowed to modify your home plumbing, you probably can’t use a drinking water filter system that goes under your sink. It just means that the right solution may be a filter that attaches directly to your faucet.
If you own your home, there shouldn’t be any restrictions with your plumbing, so you can choose any type of tap water filtration system. Of course, the drinking water system you choose can depend on how much room you have under the sink or on top of your counter.
Regardless of whether you rent or own, and how much space you have to work with, Multipure can offer a great home drinking water filter to accommodate your situation and meet your specific needs.
What Are Your Local Water Conditions Like?
Where you live can play a major role in determining your home drinking water filter requirements. Different regions get their water from different sources, and each water supply has its own potential contamination issues.
Our advice? Contact your local provider to find out what contaminants are common in your area. You can also test your water yourself to find out which specific contaminants are present in your water supply, either through a home testing kit or by sending a sample of your water to be tested by a certified laboratory.
Potential contaminants in your water tend to be physical (e.g., lead, arsenic, etc.), chemical (e.g, PFAS, trihalomethanes, etc.), or biological (e.g., bacteria, viruses, etc.). While some contaminants may be relatively harmless, others can be hazardous to your health, especially in large concentrations. It's important to know which categories of contaminants you need to protect yourself from in your area and then use this information to help find a drinking water filter that will do the job.
What Is Your Budget?
First off, regardless of your budget, a home drinking water filter is going to be a better choice than disposable bottled water. A Multipure tap water filtration system is going to give you cleaner water, more conveniently, and at a better long-term price than buying packs of individual bottles of water.With that out of the way, the cost of drinking water filter systems can vary. If your budget allows it, a whole-house system combined with a top-of-the-line water purifier at your kitchen sink would be an exceptional option for cleaner water throughout your home. If you don’t need all that, Multipure offers filtered water systems for home for every budget. Remember, a drinking water filter system for home is an investment that will serve you for months and years to come with cleaner, healthier water.
Let’s stress again that a drinking water filter system is always going to be a better choice than disposable plastic bottled water. According to the nonprofit, The Water Project, Americans spend an average of over $100 on bottled water per person every year. Given that, a family of four could easily spend over $400 in a single year on bottled water – that's more than the cost of a Multipure Aquamini system plus two additional replacement filters! You could actually save money by replacing your bottled water habit with a Multipure drinking water filter.
You Get What You Pay For
Not all drinking water filtration systems are created equal. A filtered water pitcher is not the same as a cheap drinking water filter, which is not the same as a Multipure drinking water system. The cheapest drinking water filter systems tend to only affect the taste of your water by filtering out the chlorine that’s in the tap water.
Any company can make claims about their filter's capabilities, but NSF certification is an objective way of ensuring you are getting a filter to meet your needs.
At Multipure, our drinking water systems range from $270 to a little over $1,000. Each option offers its own set of capabilities, but all of them will improve your water. You don't need to wait until you've budgeted a large sum of money to enjoy cleaner, healthier water.
What Are the Different Types of Drinking Water Systems?Multipure's line of drinking water systems includes four main product options. These water filter systems are all designed to enhance the quality of your tap water to make it cleaner, tastier, and healthier for your body. No matter which system you choose, you'll enjoy better water that enhances your quality of life.
The Aqualuxe also gives you high-tech convenience. A quick-change filter. Connectors that snap into place without needing additional tools. A built-in leak detector. The Aqualuxe is effective and convenient, easy to install and easy to maintain. Pure, filtered water that is yours on demand.
The Aqualuxe can be installed under your sink or on your countertop. It is a sleek, modern, cutting-edge water filter designed to give your home and family the cleaner, healthier water they deserve.
The Aquaperform is tough and durable, and its stainless-steel housing can be installed on your countertop next to your sink, or in the cabinet below your kitchen sink. When installed below the sink, an optional capacity monitor lets you know when it’s time to change the filter.
If you want a countertop or under counter water filter system that offers superior performance and convenience, consider the Aquaperform. This system is perfect for anyone concerned about the presence of Arsenic-V and many other contaminants in their water.
Affordable and durable, the Aquaversa’s stainless steel housing works equally as well on the counter next to the sink or as an under sink drinking water filter. When configured for under sink water filtration, you can add an optional capacity monitor kit to alert you when a new filter is needed.
With a great combination of performance, capacity, versatility, and affordability, the Aquaversa is an excellent option for any home, and a better option compared to the expense and waste of bottled water.
Easily connected both on the countertop or below the sink, the Aquaversa delivers 250 gallons of filtered water in a durable stainless-steel housing that fits in most luggage. Whether you're a student who needs a filter for your dorm sink or a vacationer who wants a travel filter for hotel tap water, the Aquamini is the best travel water filter to bring along.
The Aquamini is the most affordable drinking water system Multipure offers, giving you healthy drinking water at home or away without breaking the bank.