At FridgeFilters.com, we take pride in the fact that our filters keep the drinking water in your home tasting clean, fresh and cool. But like you, we occasionally like to get out of our homes, especially as we get into the tail end of summer – dangerously close to back to school season.
We suspect we are also similar in the sense that when you leave your home, whether for a quick hike, camp or cross-country road trip, you want to be able to enjoy the same great tasting drinking water you get at home. Fortunately, our online store specializes in more than just fridge filters. Read More
At FridgeFilters.com, historically, August and September have been slower months. The reason? Per numerous comments from our customers over the years, when it’s time to send the kids back to school, a lot of other necessary errands simply get pushed to the side. One of these errands just happens to be replacing fridge filters.
At issue with this is more than just dealing with less-than-perfect water quality for a few extra weeks (although, why deal with this if you don’t have to?) But rather, the risk is that this period of a few extra weeks can quickly become a few extra months, as the end of back to school season runs smack dab into the middle of a whole host of business, including:
Remembering to revisit one errand that you’ve put off is easy enough, but trying to lump that one errand into an already overflowing schedule is something else entirely. Read More
It’s that time of year.
We look forward to the fall, while summer temperatures continue to increase.
Every last trip we plan, whether to the beach or the deep into the Great Outdoors, may just be the last of the year.
And while we may be thirsty, the seasonal doldrums make it more difficult to focus on what we need to do in order to stay hydrated.
If we’ve made it past Independence Day, but are still too far away to consider ourselves in the ‘dog days,’ it’s safe to say that many of us may find ourselves in the summer doldrums. Read More
Several parts of the country, including our home state of Minnesota, have recently been deluged by rainstorms leading to significant issues with flooding. Part of the coverage related to this flooding, including stories published in both Minnesota and Missouri, has centered on the impact flood waters have on the safety of local drinking water.
This leads to perhaps the most important question of all, and one that we’ve heard from some FridgeFilters.com customers, is my drinking water safe?
In answering this question, we first need to determine where the drinking water dispensed by your fridge first originates from.
If your water comes from your municipality, ie ‘city water,’ the answer is very likely ‘yes.’ In the event of any contamination issues with local drinking water, cities will issue a boil water alert or advisory. Read More
Typically, whether your fridge filter is used with well water or city water, replacement guidelines will instruct you to change it every six months. But as we have noted previously, water usage is a big factor that can influence your filter’s lifespan.
As we move deeper into summer, it’s likely that your water and ice usage has increased significantly, as graduation parties, get-togethers and socials have taxed the fridge filter you trust to keep your drinking water clean and your ice clear.
Which brings us to where we are now. Late summer, after several events have come and gone, we are rapidly approaching a holiday that receives far too little attention: Father’s Day. Read More
Whether you order a fridge filter from Maytag, Whirlpool, GE or Tier1, you will undoubtedly see some note on the filter box or packaging instructing you to replace it once about every six months.
Of course, the six months is just a guideline that can be adjusted based on your ‘water quality and usage.’
Water usage is fairly easy to wrap your head around. If you have a larger family or household, you’ll use more water, which will naturally decrease the lifespan of your fridge filter. Water quality, on the other hand is a bit more complex of a variable. Read More
We’re not ones to judge, but if you don’t love avocados, we may need to start wondering about you.
But whether you are an avocado addict or a guacamole junkie, you may not always be clear on when an avocado should be refrigerated and when it should be left out to survive on its own.
For all those too embarrassed to ask, here are two quick checklists sharing when you should – and when you shouldn’t – refrigerate avocado:
Put Your Avocado In The Fridge When:
Your avocado is fully ripened
Just give it a bit of a squeeze. If it feels just soft enough, without feeling gross and squishy, it’s done. Read More
Looking at the name of our store, you could assume that we are in the refrigerator water filters business. Your assumption would be both right AND wrong.
While we do offer one of the largest online selections of refrigerator filters, we are happy to offer so much more, ensuring you have clean drinking water (and clean air) in nearly every room of your home and in the faraway destinations you may travel.
To celebrate this week’s distinction as Drinking Water Week, see how we help ensure you have the cleanest drinking water everywhere – not just from your fridge. Read More
[While we love these six pill-free allergy relief tips from Woman's Day, we can't help but feel that they missed one big and important tip - replace your used air filters!
In the post below, find five tips for ensuring you buy the right air filters to ensure your furnace or air conditioner fills your home with only the cleanest indoor air.]
There’s a very good reason that you see more promotions and better deals on air filters during the fall and spring. Simply, many just don’t think to swap out their air filters until out-of-control allergies force their hand. Read More
Today is Earth Day, and based on the sheer volume of plastic bottled water sales, we can happily report that Americans seem more dedicated to hydration than ever.
While we are all for healthy and hydrated living, our over-reliance on plastic bottled water is just a tad troubling.
As you surf the Internet or your news feeds today, you’ll no doubt see plenty of well-meaning ‘Ban The Bottle’ messages. While we agree with the sentiment, you’ll have a very difficult time banning anything that has become a habit. A habit cannot be banned. A habit must be broken.
For this Earth Day, don’t try to go cold turkey on your plastic bottled water habit. Read More