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
[In January of this year, we published the post below in response to a massive contamination incident in Charleston, West Virginia that left between 200,000 and 300,000 residents without clean drinking water.
This post shared with residents the importance of changing refrigerator water filters after any such incident.
Today, nearly 400,000 residents of Toledo, Ohio find themselves in the same scenario. Apart from the references to West Virginia, residents of Toledo will find a lot of the information below relevant to their current situation, as they determine the next steps they need to take to ensure the safety of their drinking water. Read More