Don’t be a slob, get a filtered water dispenser faucet!

Don’t be a slob, get a filtered water dispenser faucet!
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People who visit your home will get an immediate impression of you based on your personal style and how you present yourself to others. As such, it’s very important that you be careful in the bathroom! You don’t want your guests to think you’re an unkempt slob, do you? It may sound superficial, but the reality is that how well-maintained your bathroom faucet is said a lot about your personality and level of hygiene.

How tap water may harm your health

Tap water may not seem dangerous at first glance but take a closer look and you’ll see that tap water can carry many harmful contaminants. Chlorine is used to kill bacteria and other microbes in the water supply system, but it also leaves behind chemical byproducts that are considered carcinogens. The chemicals added to the water are known as disinfection byproducts or DBPs for short. The most common DBP is trihalomethane (THM) which has been linked to liver cancer, kidney cancer and bladder cancer. There’s no need to panic but it’s better to err on the side of caution and invest in a filtered water dispenser faucet for your kitchen sink. A water filter pitcher might be worth considering if you don’t want to deal with installing a whole new appliance. A pitcher will last much longer than a filter installed under the sink, but they both remove chlorine from your drinking water so they should provide similar benefits when it comes to keeping yourself safe and healthy.

The benefits of drinking filtered water

Filtered water is the purest form of drinking water. Not only does it taste better than tap water and bottled water, but it’s also healthier for you. Filtered water doesn’t contain any impurities that can cause health problems such as excessive fluoride or chlorine. It’s also an eco-friendly option with less packaging waste to throw away. One more thing – filtered water tastes better because it has no added flavours or sweeteners that can be found in bottled waters and many tap glasses of water. 

Why you should get a filtered water dispenser faucet

It’s important to stay hydrated during the summer. But it’s not just about pouring yourself a glass of ice-cold water and gulping it down. You want to make sure that you’re drinking good quality H2O all day long. And what better way than by installing a filtered water dispensing faucet in your kitchen? Not only will you have cold and hot water at your disposal 24 hours a day (since they are always on), but you’ll also be getting the best kind of drinkable substance around: purified and clean H2O. It doesn’t matter if you’re feeling like having some tea or lemonade or if you just want to wash vegetables or cook pasta, this is the perfect addition for any kitchen that wants to do it right.

Types of Faucets – which one is best for you?

You’ll want to consider the type of faucets you’re planning on getting. The most popular types are touchless and traditional. Touchless is for those who prefer not to touch anything when filling up their glass or bottle with water. Traditional is for those who don’t mind touching the handle spout in order to fill up their glass or bottle with water. Another thing to think about would be the material that the faucet is made out of. Some people prefer stainless steel because it will never tarnish as chrome does over time. Brass is also an option but brass can easily corrode if the water stays stagnant within the valve. There are plenty of different styles as well such as single-hole, double-hole and more. When considering what style to get it’s important to measure your sink so that you know what size you need for each type. For example, if your sink has a large countertop area then you may be able to find one that has two holes where both handles face the front or back depending on how many sinks there are in your kitchen.

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