How To Get Your Water Filter Installed By A Plumber [VIDEO]

For some people, installing a water filter can be a daunting and overwhelming task.

The size of the job differs too, depending on which water filter you’re installing. We provide Benchtop Systems, Under Sink Systems, Whole House Water Filters, Shower Filters, Reverse Osmosis, Fluoride Removal Water Filters and many other different types of products.

In some cases, the steps involved in installing a Water Filter system in the home can even put people off doing it all together, but it doesn’t need to be that way.

Today, I want to address the best way to go about it, what part we play, and how we can get it all sorted out for you nice and quickly, and at the best possible price.

After your products are delivered, the first step would be to read the instructions and work out whether you would be able to do the installation yourself. If not, time to call a plumber.

We Have A Plumber Network Across Australia.

We’ve taken the time to create a plumber network across Australia, particularly in most of the capital cities.

However, the problem nowadays is that capital cities are so large, all the cars are gridlocked within the cities, and it takes hours for plumbers to travel any distance. We often get called out to remote places where it’s too costly for our plumbers to travel, and we don’t want you to wear that extra expense.


In many cases, customers have their own plumber and installing a water filter is not a hard task, so it’s always best to utilise plumbers in your area to get the job done.

In addition to that, we supply good installation instructions with our products, and the team is here to help you and your plumber any time.

No matter what water filter you purchase, you can get a plumber to come and install it, and you’ll generally be paying for the full service.

Water Filters Are Quite Simple.

If you purchase a good water filter from My Water Filter, we will do our best to help you get the plumber closest to you. If you've got your own plumber, I highly recommend that we work with your plumber. He's already been to your house, and he knows your pipes and fittings. He knows the water pressures within the home, what systems are attached and when something goes wrong, he’s the guy you call so he might as well know all about your water filter.

When you want to install your water filter, our first question is,


Do you have a reliable, honest plumber in your local area that you could use?

That’s our first call. Your local plumber doesn’t have to travel too far, he’s been to your home before, and we all trust him.


In any case, we usually won’t get in between a customer and a plumber because it just makes a messy three-way situation where we're saying to the plumber,

“Oh maybe it can be installed on Wednesday,” and then we go and talk to the new water filter owner and she says,

“No, I'm sorry, I'm busy on Wednesday.”

Simply chat with your plumber.

If you need a plumber, please let us know, and we would be delighted to help out.

Good luck. Thank you very much!

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