November 3: Change Your Clock, and Change Your Filter

Do you know if you have a water filter?

If your refrigerator dispenses ice or water from the door, then you have a refrigerator filter. Your manufacturer likely recommends changing your filter every six months. Some refrigerator owners may have never even changed their filter!

This weekend you will change your clock back an hour. Maybe you will change the batteries in your smoke alarm as well, or perhaps your air filter. So why not get into the habit of changing your refrigerator filter as well?

What are the benefits of changing a refrigerator’s filter?

             1. Better tasting water and ice.

If your filter is clogged or not working properly, chlorine may be getting into your glass of water. Chlorine can give your water and ice a bleach smell and taste. Most refrigerator filters will reduce chlorine by a significant percentage.

            2. Filtered, safe water for your home or business

 Many refrigerator filters will remove not only chlorine but also other dangerous contaminants, including lead and even certain dangerous pesticides. An old filter can “get full,” allowing bacteria and other contaminants to bypass the filter and get into your glass of water.

            3. $900 in savings!

That’s right, if you drink filtered tap water instead of bottled water, you can save almost $1,000 per year.

GE replacement Filter

GE MWF Refrigerator Filter

Fresh Water Systems offers many name-brand replacement filters that are sure to match your refrigerator needs. We also offer the eco-friendly, compatible (and money saving!) Swift Green filter. Swift Green filters offer the exact same specifications as the OEM filter, but often with even better filtration and up to a 30% savings off the OEM price.

So what are you waiting for?

Come check out our wide selection of replacement fridge filters

 But, don’t forget to change your clock too!

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