I bet you are frustrated over constantly having to buy new water filters for your home. After all, you don’t want to drink the tap water straight- who knows where it has been. And, you certainly don’t want to pay keep paying for water filters that only last so long. Well, the good news is that there are a couple of tips to keep in mind when shopping for your new water filters at Walmart or Cosco. We’ll go over a few of them here.
1) Quality over quantity. Just because a water filter looks like a good deal, does not mean it actually is. Compare the quality of the different filters and most importantly how many uses you are likely to get out of each water filter and you should be able to make a fairly good judgement on just what you are getting in a water filter.
2) Don’t forget online resources. The web is an amazing resource for those of us who want to compare the different types of bargains that might be available to us. You need to look everywhere (including Ebay which probably does sell water filters, heck: they sell everything else there) and you can scrape up a deal for sure. Buying in bulk direct from the manufacturer is a great way to save if you have a large family that runs through water filters constantly.
3) The most important part is to learn about the different types of water filters available. Quality and online shopping will only take you so far if you don’t know what you are doing. There are literally hundreds of different manufacturers and distributors of water filters that you can spend your money with these days. Like any market, a few of the water filter companies are really good and a few of them are really bad. Taking time to learn the basics is well worth your time and will definitely save you a lot of money in the years to come. Basic research can return a huge amount of value to those people who are motivated to do it. Invest your time in learning which water filters are the best for you.
Ryan Tenney is author of “A Quick Guide to Water Filter Systems. ” Grab your copy at http://www.waterfilterstuff.com