Get the Perfect Countertop Water Filter
If you're looking for a simple, cost effective, and easy to maintain water filter option, look no further. These countertop water filter units are built to be easy to install, their location makes filter changes accessible, and they're priced to make adding one easy whether you're upgrading an apartment sink or updating your home kitchen.
Superior Filtration Starts With Your Process
The Perfect Water filters use reverse osmosis to filter water at the point of dispensation, the same process used by most premium bottled water brands. The other defining feature of the best countertop water filter? The filter itself. Reverse osmosis works by creating a pressurize difference across a membrane, so the water flows through while larger molecules are trapped. Today's cutting edge filter designs not only capture more contaminants than previous generations, they are also capable of allowing select additives through, allowing you to home-filter purified mineral water with the right equipment.
Maintenance and Upkeep
Home filtration units are one of the most cost-effective ways to enjoy purified water. Not only do their filters generally last longer than those used in stand-alone pitchers and filtration bottles, they also filter out more contaminants. The best way to keep your countertop water filter working at its peak efficiency is to make sure you're replacing filters slightly before you need to. Each filter model has its own schedule, so all you need to do is check out the rotation timeline for the filter your unit uses so you know when to order your replacements.
Recommendations, Answers To Questions, and More
The Perfect Water is dedicated to providing the best water filtration possible for your home or business, which is why our team maintains an up-to-date FAQ with fast answers to the most common questions we hear. For less common questions, we're also available directly through our contact page. Remember, when installing home filtration in an area with hard water, filter lives will be generally shorter unless your water is treated with a high quality water softener.