Best Under Sink Water Filter
Doc reviews and installs the under sink water filter. Many filters claim to remove impurities but none match this under sink water filter. Each water filter is custom made for your specific water issues and pollutants. The under sink water filtration systems are optimized for your city’s water quality data, using your shipping zip code when you place your order. This means cleaner, healthier, better-tasting water, straight from the tap.
These under sink water filters remove… arsenic, lead, chromium 6, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), PCBs, MTBE, mercury, cysts, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, petroleum-based chemicals, chlorine, chloramine, disinfection byproducts, PFOA, PFOS, PFAS and many, many more.
How to Order the Under Sink Water Filters
When you place your order, your filter will be optimized for your order zip code. If you need to change that area, email them right after and reference your order number and give them the proper zip. If you are on a private well indicate that as well.
NOTE: They also sell shower and fridge models as well.
See Your Areas Water Issues
Go the website below and enter your zip. It will tell you the problems found in your area’s water.
NOTE: The below is NOT the order website, just water DATA.
Tap Water Issues
Tap water across the country is different, so why should all water filters be built the same? One-size-fits-all pitcher and point-of-use filters are not designed to remove contaminants specific to your drinking water. Plus, these types of filters are not as effective at removing contaminants, and are often designed just to improve the taste of drinking water.
The reality is that tens of millions of U.S. households have contaminants in their water that exceed public health goals, and the individual contaminants vary significantly state by state and even zip code by zip code.
Water quality issues can be impacted by a variety of factors including; the age of your home and city’s infrastructure, the natural geology of the region, and your water source’s proximity to industrial sites, farms, and military bases.
Cities with older infrastructure like Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and New York City, for example, face issues with lead contamination, while new developments in the American Southwest may be lead-free, but record unsafe concentrations of arsenic.