Reverse Osmosis or Undercounter Filter?
We're remodeling the kitchen and currently have a 12 year old Culligan reverse osmosis machine. We like the quality of the water, waste is okay (3:1 ratio), but newer Culligan's are 1:1. On the newer models, we would be able to change filters ourselves vs service call & pricy filters.
We're debating if we should purchase another RO or just go with an undercounter filtration system.
Our major concerns are:
Ability to maintain ourselves.
What would you do?