With world, national, and even personal attention now being paid to the use of energy and our natural resources, businesses are now answering the call for more efficient and eco-friendly products. One of the largest consumers of your home's energy are kitchen appliances. The United States has developed a program to encourage both manufacturers and consumers to produce and shop for what are called ENERGY STAR Qualified products.
Home refrigerators are one of the major home appliances that consumes a lot of power. Many refrigerators have undergone a revolution in both features and energy consumption. In order to be an ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator, it requires that the appliance use only about half as much energy as models manufactured before 1993. ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators provide energy savings without sacrificing the features you want, and one of the leaders in ENERGY STAR refrigerators is Whirlpool.
Of the 38 different refrigerator models offered on Whirlpool's website, 28 of them are ENERGY STAR compliant, and many of those offer the sought after in-door ice and water dispensing capability. Whirlpool refrigerators that offer ice and water dispensing capabilities require that the water running through these systems is kept clean and pure . This means replacing the filter cartridge according to the manufacturer's suggested schedule.
Not only are they energy efficient, but the Whirlpool refrigerator water filters are one of the most effective water filters when it comes to removing unhealthy contaminants from your drinking water.
Choosing the appropriate water filter cartridge is easier than you think. Normally, the filter has the model number right on the cartridge. Simply go to our website, FreshWaterSystems.com, and type in that model number to find the filter you need.
But wait….we've made it even easier for you to find your filter. These are the four most popular Whirlpool replacement filters.
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