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Installation Service Requirements:

Thank you for choosing our filters


Please read our requirements for installation carefully:

  • Find a place for your filter (usually under the sink or near it)
  • Check that the space available can accommodate the dimensions of the product you selected
  • Decide where you would like us to install the tap for filtered water (usually on the worktop or sink  - but we do not install taps on granite worktops)
  • Filters can only be installed if there is a valve or tap that can be used to stop the flow of water in your system
  • Installation service available in Reading + with charges applicable. 

Any questions? Please GET IN TOUCH, attaching a photograph of the installation area if necessary.


If our demands are fully suit you please contact us for details on [email protected]


Which water filter is the most suitable for you?

Most people are aware of the benefits of drinking filtered water. But not many can actually name the best way of obtaining clean water.
Here’s an explanation of how filter systems work.
There are many different types of filters, but which one is the most suitable for you? The answer depends on the advantages and disadvantages that each method of filtration offers.
But first, let’s talk about water in our taps. We all know that in this day and age water contains many chemicals including  Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs), Heavy Metals, Fluoride, Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, bacteria, lead and other harmful heavy metals, phenol, pesticides, benzene, volatile organic compounds, insecticides, pesticides, industrial solvents and many other common impurities. 
All of them can harm your liver, kidneys and cause health problems in the future.
Bottled water
Everyone knows how heavy bottles of water are, and how hard it is to bring them home. Usually one pack has 6 bottles, each containing 1.5-2 liters of water, and 9-12 kilos is not easy to lift unless you are very fit.
Latest independent research shows that very often bottled water is just regular tap water. Branded water is usually more expensive, but bottle plastic also releases harmful particles and is certainly not friendly to the environment. If a bottle of water is left under direct sunlight or in a warm place, the water goes bad, and its smell and taste deteriorate due to rapidly growing amount of bacteria.
Pros:  Good solution when you are on the move.
Cons:  The most expensive option. Not friendly to the environment
Water filter pitcher
Filtered water pitchers use Granulated Activated Charcoal but their useful lifespan is very short because of the filter’s small size. Filter cartridges need to be replaced after 2-4 weeks or 200 liters of usage. It also takes time for the water to filter through. Filtered water pitchers are a good solution, though, because they are very simple to use. They are a cheap solution initially, but more expensive in long run than our drinking water filters.
Pros:  Cheaper in the long run than bottled water
Cons:  More expensive than our filters in the long run
Composite carbon block water filters
They are more expensive than pitchers or a bottle of water, but because cartridges last up to 1 year and give you 3000-4000 liters of filtered water, you save a fair amount of money.
They take up minimal space and clean water using activated coconut carbon, which will safely remove chlorine and any other unwanted chemicals.
Pros:  Cheaper in the long run than the two methods above
Cons:  They need to be installed into your plumbing system
Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Reverse Osmosis water filters uses a membrane which only lets water molecules through. Everything else is sent down the drain, which means that a large amount of water is rejected in the process. The system also usually includes a Granulated Activated Charcoal filter to remove chlorine. It takes up slightly more space under your sink as it requires a small storage tank the size of a 18-liter bottle.
Pros: Removes almost all of contaminants. Five liters of filtered water are always readily available for your immediate consumption.
Cons: Wastes more water than it produces. Takes up more space under the sink than carbon block water filters.

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