When it comes to water filtration, there are several options. Some you might know, others you’ve maybe not considered, but all of them easily explained by your local Culligan Man. They are the water experts, after all.
To help you better understand water filtration lingo, we’ll start with the basics. Water filtration products fall under two categories: point-of-entry and point-of-use. Do you know the difference?
We’ll make it easy for you:
Point-of-entry (POE) water filtration products are systems that treat all of the water used in a home or single building. Culligan offers a wide range of whole house water filters that deliver cleaner water to every tap and water appliance in the house.
Point-of-use (POU) water filtration products are systems designed to treat only the water coming from the tap or water appliances to which it is connected. Culligan has a number of point-of-use drinking water systems, such as reverse osmosis systems, faucet filters, plumbed-in single tap solutions including shower filters, drinking water coolers, and drinking water filtration. These can often serve more than one purpose, most commonly filtering water for a drinking water tap in the kitchen, plus an icemaker or refrigerator line.
Got questions? Call your Culligan Man to find out which solution is best for you.