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Kitchen Filter Taps
Do you want to drink pure, fresh-tasting water right from your kitchen sink? Browse the Modern Living range of kitchen filter taps today. At modern living, you can have pure water for less with our competitively priced kitchen filter taps. We pride ourselves on our excellent service and the expertise of our customer service team. Need help choosing the right kitchen filter tap for you? No problem! Our dedicated team are just a few clicks or a phone call away. You can contact them here or alternatively give them a call on 01274 541236. Shop the Modern Living range of Kitchen filter taps.
Filter Taps FAQs
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about filter taps.
What is a filter tap?
A filter tap combines an under sink water filter with a regular tap to help purify your water and make it cleaner for consumption. These are becoming increasingly popular in modern kitchens due to their functionality and their design that doesn’t disrupt your kitchen aesthetic.
Is it worth getting a filter tap?
In our experts opinions, we believe it is certainly worth getting a filter tap. The benefits of having a quality filter tap include:
– It’s a cost effective way to drink purified, clean water
– It has a host of environmental benefits
– It tastes and smells better
– Filtered water is proven to be better for your health
– If you live in an area with hard water, it can drastically imrpove the quality and taste of the water.
Can you add a filter to any tap?
The answer is, yes you can add a filter to any tap and more and more people are doing so. This way, you can keep the design of your tap that you already love, whilst still getting the benefits of a new water filter!
However, by buying a new filter tap from Modern Living, you can get a 3rd control installed that dispenses only filtered COLD water for drinking. This way you can access mains hot water, but get all the perks of cold filtered water for consumption.
How do tap water filters work?
There are many different types of tap water filters but the most common is one that uses activated charcoal. The charcoal contains carbon which acts as a filter and allows the clean water to pass through while chemicals, including pesticides, chlorine and some microplastics stick to the carbon.