Simply Clean Water Thanks to Express Water

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Where we live, it is common to get in-house water filtration systems because most homes in my area have wells. So I was interested in learning more about reverse osmosis filtration and how it can make contaminate-free water for your home easy. 

Express Water is the premier manufacturer and supplier of Reverse Osmosis and filtration systems. Express Water wants to make having clean, contaminant-free water simple for you. Express Water focuses on easy-to-use and install "one-stop" systems that handle all your drinking water needs. 

Reverse Osmosis is a technology that is used to remove a large majority of contaminants from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semipermeable membrane reducing up to 99.99% of Lead, Chlorine, Fluoride, Nitrates, Calcium, Arsenic, and more. Not only does reverse osmosis help improve the safety of water by eliminating potentially harmful contaminants from the water (things like lead that can make us sick); it also improves the taste of water, which can have a cascading effect of health benefits. 

Express Water is perfect for those who do not have access to any fresh water, or who require extremely purified water for specific uses. And usually, the downside to investing in a reverse osmosis filtration system is the installation, but Express Water's quick and easy-to-understand design means you can install and understand everything about your new water filtration system. They have step by step directions provided in video form to help you install your system with ease. We received the Express Water Classic Reverse Osmosis System for only $179.99.

Each under-sink water filter includes an emergency leak stop detector that shuts off water flow when it detects unwelcome moisture. You will have access to support from experts who can answer any of your questions about your new water filter.

Please note for installation that if you do not already have a second hole on your countertop (air gap, soap dispenser, garbage disposal button, water sprayer, etc.) then please be aware that you will need to drill a hole and if you have granite then you will need a special drill bit. You will also need to drill a small hole in the drain line under the sink for the water waste. 

Filters are recommended to be changed every six months and it does have a water discharge of 1-3 gallons per gallon produced.

The best part is that they are customizable so you can get the faucet to match your current sink as well.

Have you heard of reverse osmosis filtration? Would you be interested in a system like this? What are some of your likes or dislikes about Express Water?

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