HOW DO I KNOW IF MY WATER NEEDS TO BE FILTERED?
Your public water authority does the best it can to provide you with potable water. However, water passing through a series of pipes to reach your home may contain sediment. Therefore, a sediment reduction filter is advisable on the incoming water line. Our filtration systems help protect washers and seals from premature wear, help prevent aerators and valves from plugging, and help keep your water heater from collecting excessive sediment.
Additionally, if you do not care for the taste of your home's tap water, a drinking water filtration system can help make a difference.
Keep in mind, contaminant levels may vary depending on the season or the weather.1 additionally, in the case of lead, the contaminant may not be accurately represented in water quality reports, as it may originate in a home piping system.2
WHAT SUBSTANCES CAN BE REDUCED BY RIGO WATER FILTRATION PRODUCTS?
Our products vary in respect to ratings for contaminant reduction; among our line of offerings are products that reduce chlorine taste and odor, trihalomethane (TTHM), lead, sediment, cysts, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium (hex), chromium (tri), copper, fluoride, radium, selenium, turbidity, total dissolved solids (TDS), mercury, asbestos, chloramine, MTBE, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).