I'VE RECEIVED SEVERAL CALLS ASKING WHAT 'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN R/O UNITS AND WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS. HERE IS A BRIEF EXPLANATION OF THE EACH.

AN R/O UNIT CAN BE INSTALLED UNDER A SINK, SPACE PERMITTING, AND IS KNOWN AS A POU. POU STANDS FOR POINT OF USE. THE SPECIFIC FAUCET THE R.O UNIT IS ATTACHED TO IS THE ONLY LOCATION THAT WILL DISPENSE WATER TREATED BY THAT PARTICULAR UNIT. THIS IS USUALLY IN THE KITCHEN AND USED FOR DRINKING AND COOKING.

A WHOLE HOUSE FILTRATION SYSTEM IS KNOWN AS A POE. POE STANDS FOR POINT OF ENTRY. THIS IS THE CONNECTION OR ACCESS POINT AT THE MAIN WATER LINE. ALL THE WATER ENTERING YOUR HOUSE IS FIRST RAN THROUGH THE WHOLE HOUSE UNIT, DELIVERING FILTERED WATER TO EVERY FIXTURE IN YOUR HOME, INCLUDING THOSE OUTDOORS. THESE UNITS ARE USUALLY INSTALLED IN THE GARAGE.

SO, DEPENDING ON THE NEED OR OPTION YOU CHOOSE, WE CAN INTALL EITHER ONE. GIVE US A CALL IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW PRODUCTS WE HAVE USED AND CAN RECOMMEND. (760) 840-9806