Water filter for kitchen? reading report?

kksmamaMay 24, 2013

We are doing a kitchen renovation, adding a prep sink and moving things around. The GC has suggested putting a water filter on the cold water line which would serve the 2 sinks and icemaker. I'm not sure I'm reading the water report correctly, but our water seems to be "safe" and I want to filter to make it more safe (less chlorine, better taste, less lead and arsenic).


Can anyone recommend such a filter system, or any reason I should just use 2 under-sink systems? The fridge has a cartridge for the ice maker.

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