Water Filters

Your Water Filters Purchases Have Helped To Save Lives

by Jamin Arvig on September 18, 2013


Our water filters company walks the walk when it comes to bringing clean water to the world.  Today, I want to show you exactly what that means – and show how you have helped. Whenever you purchase water filters or filtration systems from our company, a portion of the profits will go directly towards a […]

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You are about to enter a new season.  At least most of you probably are, as you’ve landed on a post about changing your water filters, and most of you that change your water filters regularly adhere to a semi-seasonal routine. What’s great about the semi-seasonal routine of changing your water filters is that it’s […]

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Next month WaterFilters.NET will make its fifth straight appearance on the Inc. 5000, a listing of some of the fastest growing companies in the nation.  This recognition puts our company, a modest online water filters superstore that I started with my family while still in college ten years ago, into some pretty rarified air. While […]

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If your refrigerator dispenses water, chances are it uses a water filter.  And if it’s been a long time since you’ve replaced it, the inside of it may be clogged with some of the gunk you see in the picture to your left.  And the crusty ice cubes below are likely an all too familiar image. […]

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How Often Should I Replace My Water Filter?

by Jamin Arvig on August 14, 2013


One of the most common questions my team hears from our customers is in regards to how frequently a water filter cartridge be changed. Whether it’s a standard sediment or carbon filter, refrigerator replacement filter or reverse osmosis membrane, every customer has one key priority in mind: How Long Will I Have Dependably Clean, Great […]

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I love eBay. Why wouldn’t I? With eBay, you can find nearly anything in the world you could ever possibly want – from rare bluegrass records to the vintage kids toys you used to play with that your kids just need to have. (Rubik’s Cubes count as vintage now, right?) But just because I love […]

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Water Filters and Fish

by wfnblog on January 2, 2013


Fish make great pets, especially for young children who are learning responsibility. However, many people don’t realize how much care goes into maintaining an aquarium. The most important thing you can do to keep your fish healthy is to give them clean water. Because fish eat and, you know, do their business, in the water, […]

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Climate Change and Water Quality

by wfnblog on December 28, 2012


By now, most of the world understands what climate change is. Formerly touted as “global warming,” we now know it’s much more than the Earth getting a tad warmer. After years of extensive testing and research, few can deny that our weather patterns are drastically changing. Many factors contribute to this, including fossil fuel use, […]

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What’s A Pollutant?

by wfnblog on December 18, 2012


The word “pollutant” is common when discussing water filtration. Customers frequently want pollutants removed from their water for drinking, showering, and watering their plants. However, pollutants has become a catch-all word used to describe a complex situation. Water pollution or pollutants are terms used when undesirable elements, chemicals, sediment, and items show up at high […]

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No Clear Solution for Dirty Water

by wfnblog on December 6, 2012


When looking at lush landscapes filled with orchards and dairy farms, you may never imagine the tap water is undrinkable. Unfortunately, the people of Seville and Tooleville, California live with this every day.   Those lush orchards and dairy farms cause many of the drinking water problems in the area. Pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and animal […]

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