Many homeowners in the Indianapolis area choose to filter their tap water with a pitcher that can be placed in the refrigerator – a seemingly simple solution to ensure that you and your loved ones are drinking the cleanest water possible. What if instead of filling up a pitcher you could get fresh, pure, filtered water straight from the tap? Executives at Moen think they may have just the solution for you.

According to a recent press release from Moen, a great number of people planning on remodeling their kitchens are interested in installing a filtered water dispenser. The Indianapolis plumbing professionals of Indy Renovation can certainly see benefits to adding a filtered water dispenser in the house. Not only will you save money by cutting out the middle man and not buying expensive replacement filters, homeowners will have peace of mind knowing that their family and pets are drinking only the highest quality water available.

From a February 4, 2014 press release via Moen:

“North Olmsted, Ohio…According to Moen consumer research, 38 percent of individuals looking to remodel their kitchen throughout the next 12 months have an interest in purchasing a filtered water dispenser. Moen is responding to customer’s needs for accessible, great-tasting drinking water at the sink with a variety of styles and finishes in the new Sip™ line of beverage faucets. Whether for drinking or cooking, homeowners can add a touch of elegance and ease to their kitchen. Sip is available in traditional, transitional and modern styles to coordinate with any decorating taste. Plus, each is available in popular finishes including: Chrome, Spot Resist™ Stainless and Oil Rubbed Bronze (transitional and traditional only). ‘We’re extremely excited to improve our beverage faucet offering,’ said Michael Poloha, wholesale product manager, Moen. ‘Consumers want clean drinking water at the sink, which makes filtering faucets an important part of Moen’s kitchen product portfolio. Our goal was to provide a full range of styles and finishes to meet this growing demand.’”
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