Tips For Successful Water System Installation
1. Condominium Owners: Make sure your condo allows installation of a water filter/purification system; 99% do.
2. Home Insurance: Confirm with your household insurance company that you are installing a water purification system.
3. Check Your Installer's Insurance: Make sure that your water installer or plumber has liability insurance, just in case there are any leaks or damages from your installation. All good installers have insurance. While we have never had a problem since 1995, it is better to be safe than sorry.
4. Receipt: Keep your receipt for installation on file to confirm who installed it, just in case there are any issues and you need proof of your installer.
5. Bonus Home Insurance Tip: Take excellent pictures of your entire household, outside and inside, of all the floors, furniture, personal possessions, fire alarms, smoke detectors and so on.
Pictures are the best record, in addition to your list, for insurance purposes, for any possible future insurance claim. Make sure to back up your pictures on a memory stick and keep an extra copy stored in the ‘cloud’ or another location other than your home, such as a safety deposit box.
And remember to take a picture of your "2 Pure H2O" Vita Tech Water System under the counter, once it's installed.
"2 Pure H2O"
6. Installation Advice: Always remember to have your water installer contact us at least 2 business days in advance of your installation date. While we have only had 1 incorrect installation since 1995, by having your installer take 5-10 minutes to chat with us, this will give everyone involved extra confidence in correct installation procedures and optimize your water system performance.
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