Can someone recommend a good brand and source for an under-sink RO unit?
My mom discovered her water softener has been malfunctioning, adding salt to the
water and increasing her blood pressure. At least that's the theory. So I'd like
to get her an RO to solve the problem.
I'm in Fort Worth if anyone has specific local recommendations.
|I've been using this Omnifilter Water filter that has 3 compartments and
|takes 3 filters, and I've had it for 16 years, using high quality carbon
|block filters. I also replace the filters every 6 months. Water
|quality is not that good in my area, so it's a necessity.
|I've been thinking of replacing the whole thing with a new RO filter.
|The thing that concerns me, is the size of the tank, and since it is
|only about 4 gallons, do you RO filter users run out of water?
|4 gallons seems like a lot of water to use in a kitchen cooking
|situation at any one time, but I guess it is possible I could empty out
|a tank and then have to wait hours for more filtered water.
|Do you find this to be a problem?
|Any other things or problems that I'm not considering, that would make
|you steer me away from this kind of filter?
|Any brands substantially better than another?
Rex in Fort Worth