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Why Install a Drinking Water System?

FAQs

Improve The Quality of Your Water

Drinking water systems will improve the quality of the water you drink.

There is no such thing as pure water, especially when it comes to drinking water supplied into our homes straight from the tap. See this article from Open College UK entitled “Do you know what’s in your tap water?

Limescale, chlorine, lead, sediment and bacteria are just some of the things that make their way into our drinking water supply.

While funny tastes and odours, or water that appears cloudy, can be signs of impurities, many contaminants can only be detected through proper testing.

That’s why it’s important to choose a drinking water system that is right for you and your family. All of the water systems and filters we offer use replacement water filter cartridges, saving you time and money.

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Filters and Cartridges

One of the biggest benefits for using a drinking water system is that you can use replacement filters and cartridges, which save you time and money.

In the UK we have some of the best quality tap water in the world. However, because water is a natural solvent, it can absorb impurities such as chlorine, bacteria and lead on its way to the tap via the system of pipes, many of which have been in situ since the Victorian era.

These absorbed impurities can have a detrimental effect on the quality of the your water and its taste and odour, making it even more important to choose the right drinking water system and replacement filter or cartridge for you and your family.

By using a drinking water system and reusable drinking bottle you can do your bit for the planet, by reducing the number of single use plastic bottles in circulation.

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