Swap out drinking water faucet - is it simple?
I am new to this forum, but have found the advice shared here to be indispensable as we build our new house.
We have used the 10-Stage Filter from New Wave Enviro (http://www.newwaveenviro.com/products/premium-10-stage-water-filter) for the last few years, and really like the water. However, we are tired of having the thing sitting on the counter, so in this new house are upgrading to the under counter model. Problem is, the only faucet option from New Wave is a junky-looking brushed metal with a black plastic ring on the bottom. I'd like to swap it out for a nicer unit, maybe one from Rohl.
My question is, how feasible is this swap-out? The new faucet is a special order, and it will be a bummer if it arrives and we learn that we can't use it.
I called New Wave, and their only advice was to use a "vented faucet, NOT made for reverse osmosis".
Any advice or feedback would be appreciated!
These are the faucets we're considering: http://www.efaucets.com/detail.asp?Product_Id=A1635LM-APC