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You have probably seen many different filters advertised that promise clean water when you buy a specialized pitcher or faucet attachment. While these may serve to purify already potable water, they do not clean water in the same way as reverse osmosis in Phoenix because the process requires the unpurified water to be run through a highly pressurized system that forces the impurities from the water. There are some machines in stores that provide small-scale reverse osmosis in Phoenix, but they can be hard to find.
Your next option for reverse osmosis in Phoenix comes from an under-the-counter machine that filters water through approximately five different filters to clean water as it runs through your faucet. The system has a storage tank under the sink as well. Usually that means that your sink will have a completely separate faucet that runs this purified water. The system can cost anywhere from $200 to $300 if you install it on your own.
If you are looking for an easier, possibly less expensive, option, there is one more option for reverse osmosis in Phoenix. Countertop filtration systems are set up just as the name suggests-on your countertop. The water is run through the filtration system, but there is not the storage tank that an under-the-counter system may have. That may cause the water to run slower through the tap, especially if you have a low-flow water system.
For many people, the price of the reverse osmosis in Phoenix is worth the clean water that it provides.