Do you need a dedicated filter faucet?

Hi, I am renting in a basement suite and I don't currently have any under-sink filter system, nor will I be able to install one (granite counter). Can your filter system be hooked up directly to the main faucet, or does it need to have a dedicated filter faucet?

If not, do you have any options for people who cannot install a filter tap?

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  • Hi Erica, It does need a dedicated faucet. It can't be installed to a regular faucet. Most people that rent would use an existing hole from a vent, sprayer or soap pump dispenser. Once you move, you put the item back and the installation is seamless. We do have some customers that custom create a faucet setup under the sink and use a bucket, but this is just more complicated and not as simple to use. 

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