Enjoy perfect drinking water with this easy under-sink add-on RV drinking water filter and faucet install.
In my search for fun upgrade projects for our Airstream, water quality improvement was an easy, top-of-the-list item. RV water quality can be a big problem. Water fill-ups from unknown sources can potentially introduce unpleasant and dangerous water into your RV.
An easy fix is to use an inline filler-hose filter systems when adding water to your RV. These work well and are relatively inexpensive, and for sure I plan to get and use one as well.
But for this project, I had something a bit more surgical in mind. I was thinking it would be great to add a dedicated filtered drinking water faucet. Something with the filter unit very near the tap, to provide a convenient source of clean water for drinking, cooking and coffee, and “double” filter the water from our fresh water tank before we drink it. A set up like this would also allow for the isolation of this filtered drinking water circuit for filter body changes and protection from antifreeze during winterization. Win, win, win.