Whirlpool Central Water Filtration System--Good? Bad?
In the middle of a kitchen redo, and I ran across this at Lowes for around $300.
It sounds too good to be true: no filters to change, no maintenance, etc. The only user review I found online was on Amazon, and that person liked it.
Anybody out there have some real-world experience with this? Our city water isn't that bad, just a little bit of chlorine smell. (Our fussy spoiled dog won't drink our tap water--she expects filtered water from the fridge--but that doesn't stop her from drinking stuff from a outdoor potted plant's saucer. Go figure.)
Does this item do what it claims to do? If it does it halfway well, I may consider getting it and possibly getting an inline filter for the icemaker--and then when the 17 year old fridge dies, get one with an integral filter.
Any comments are appreciated.
Here is a link that might be useful: Whirlpool Central Water Filtration System