Susan TeareContemporary Kitchen, Burlington
Living on the Edge, Lakefront Contemporary Prairie Style Home
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Undersink or water pitcher: Which to choose? Undersink models tend to work more effectively than water pitchers and bottles, thanks to the added pressure forcing water through the filtration system — and you have the option of choosing a reverse-osmosis filter. Undersink models have the added benefit of filtering as you use, so there's no need to remember to refill the pitcher, but they are also more expensive to install. So what's the bottom line? If you are looking for a quick, inexpensive solution (or you are a renter) and a carbon filter is all you need, a water pitcher is the way to go. If you are looking for a more permanent solution, or need more filtration than an activated carbon filter offers, get an undersink model.