A water filtration system is essential for filtering drinking water and purifying cooking water. Various water filtration systems work differently based on the cost and type available. Unfortunately, once installed, you will not control what water outlets are purified. If you decide that this is not efficient, you may have individually tap purifiers to meet your needs, budget, and lifestyle.

A water filter takes time to purify water, so it takes longer to get a glass of water. There is no way to speed up the process of a water filter.

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Mounted faucets may not fit on all taps and require a replacement every few months.

If you install an ultraviolet system, it doesn’t use heat or chemicals to remove contaminants. While this is a good thing, the system fails to work if the water contains color. Distillation-type filters can eliminate fluorides and bacteria, but they take up a lot of space and are not energy-efficient.

Lastly, systems that use reverse osmosis require frequent replacement of filters, follow a five-step process and waste a lot of water in the process.