Daylight Savings Time Ends 11-6-11, Change Your Clock Change Your Fridge Filter

FreshWaterSystems.com Reminds You That Daylight Savings Time Ends November 6th, 2011, Change Your Clock Change Your Refrigerator Filter Plus Get Free Water Bottle with Any Purchase Over $50. Use Coupon Code FWSCC.

Daylight-savings-change-water-filterDuring the past 6 months there have been numerous reports about the quality of drinking water that include Chromium-6 water contamination in the United States to radiation contaminating water in Japan. Although something that we do not think about in or daily lives, water quality is a major concern for people. In a recent report highlights the fact the worlds water use is rising faster than the population putting us on a collision course where in the 21st century water could be the essential commodity that this century will pivot around. Not only is fresh water, drinking water, in very limited supply but since the industrial revolution we have to continued to contaminate water supplies by many of the processes used in the manufacturing of products.

To help provide some measure of protection for our drinking water in your homes, FreshWaterSystems.com has been running a campaign over the past few years that is tied to daylight savings time. Our slogan provides an easy reminder that it is time to change the refrigerator water filters – which only takes about as much time as it takes to change the smoke alarm battery, another household task associated with the changing of the clock – and that slogan is simple: “Change your clock, change your filter”. As a special offer FreshWaterSystems.com is offering a FREE Stainless steel water bottle with purchase over $50. Simply add a 18oz Neo Vas Steel water bottle to your cart and with your $50 purchase and enter coupon code FWSCC.

The quality of drinking water varies greatly depending on where you live in the United States. There are certain regions in the United States where residents must use whole-house water filter systems and water purification systems such as reverse osmosis, [url=http://www.freshwatersystems.com/c-844-ceramic-filter-systems.aspx ]ceramic filter systems, and water distillers to ensure that they are removing potentially harmful water contaminants from their water. There are other regions where the general water quality is good, but it is prone to the occasional water contamination. We sometimes fail to remember that the journey our water takes is through many miles of plastic and steel piping in order to reach our homes. Although the water was treated at some type of water treatment facility (if you do not use well water), moving through these pipes allows this water the potential to pick up various impurities along the way.

One of the most common ways many of us get filtered water is from an indoor refrigerator water dispenser. These dispenser systems do not just connect to your water line, but instead have complex filtration systems built right into them for ice and drinking water. And as with any water filter, the filter media will become depleted and you will need to replace it. One of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to refrigerator water filters is, “How often do I need to change my refrigerator water filter?” You need to change your refrigerator water filter cartridge every six months, as:

  1. It provides better tasting and smelling water
  2. It helps remove fine particles and sediment from the water
  3. It prevents unabsorbed water contaminants and newly formed bacteria from being reintroduced into your drinking water
  4. Prevents drop in water pressure from dispenser
  5. Drinking fresh drinking water from your refrigerator can save you over $600 a year over using bottled water.

And don’t worry, changing your refrigerator water filter is easy and now even more Eco-friendly. We have added a new line of refrigerator water filters, Swift Green filters, that’s a greener alternative to conventional fridge filters. In place of commonly used of carbon, Swift filters use active carbon that gives the same great tasting water. Active carbon is made from a process of carbonizing dried coconut shells which is a renewable and sustainable filter media source. There are 18 different swift refrigerator water filters that have been tested and are compatible with leading brands such as Samsung, Maytag, Whirlpool, and LG. Not only are these replacement refrigerator water filters eco friendly, has the Water Quality Associations (WQA) Gold Seal, but it offer a considerable cost savings over original manufactures replacement filters.

So on November 6th, 2011 Fresh Water Systems would like to remind you remember Change your clock Change your Filter.

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