Without doubt, we are much more health conscious these days. Obviously there have been some incredible advances in healthcare, medical research and our general quality of life has improved in the last 20 years, but we are also regularly reminded of the dangers of harmful products. If you choose to install a filtered water tap in your kitchen, you can be assured that the water you and your family are drinking is completly clear from any harmful bacteria.
Whatever healthy decisions you make, either consciously or subconsciously, your kitchen will be the hub of all your healthy cooking, eating and drinking activity! That’s why gadgets are becoming more of a feature in a kitchen, such as kitchen taps with water filtering built in.
Cleaner, Healthier and Tastier Refreshment with a Water Filter Taps
Many people today are choosing to install this tap in their kitchen. Rather than having nasty limescale or hard water flowing from your kitchen tap, you get a cleaner, healthier and tastier refreshment – straight out of the tap!
Think about where your water travels from to get to your kitchen sink. It goes through the ground wells and plumbing pipes, picking up all the chemicals and impurities on the way which includes fluoride and metals (hence the metallic taste). There’s always been much discussion about the health of unfiltered or un-bottled water.
Save both Money and the Planet with a Filtered Water Tap
It might be that you already know the benefits of using and drinking filtered water because you use a water filter jug, but these are notoriously inconvenient and fiddly with the need to change the filters regularly.
Filter Taps to Suit all Budgets
At Tap Warehouse our water filtering kitchen taps start from just £119.08 for an Astracast Vida single lever mixer tap – so it is really an affordable luxury that is becoming more and more a necessity.
A Final Word…
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