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rj8283

03:39PM | 09/14/03
Member Since: 01/07/03
48 lifetime posts
Bvelectrical
Is anyone familiar with VOC-1 & 2 EverPure Water Filter Systems? Are they any good? Can someone recommend a better one? Thx
http://www.everpurefilter.com/products/voc_ql3.php

Nightlife1

05:32PM | 09/14/03
Member Since: 09/13/03
8 lifetime posts
Everpure makes good systems. What is it you want to filter out of your water? This will determine what type of system you will need. If you use alot of bottled water for drinking, you may want to consider a reverse osmosis system.

rj8283

05:40PM | 09/14/03
Member Since: 01/07/03
48 lifetime posts
Good question. This system was in place when I purchased the home. I guess I need to determine what common particles are in the water here in Long Island, NY. I'm just trying to achieve the best drinking/cooking water as possible.

Nightlife1

06:25PM | 09/14/03
Member Since: 09/13/03
8 lifetime posts
If you already have this system, you are doing pretty good. The next step would be a reverse osmosis system, but then you would not need the everpure system.

rj8283

07:07PM | 09/14/03
Member Since: 01/07/03
48 lifetime posts
Problem is, I don't know how long the system has been in place. Where can I find out more about reverse osmosis systems?

BV004640

06:16PM | 06/26/14
I personally like the undersink water filters. We just bought one a few months ago and it has worked really well. It also is hidden away in the cabinet so there is more sink space. I don't know much about other kinds of filters but this one has been good for us.
Shelly Slader | http://www.waterfilterwarehouse.net.au/products-and-services
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