How Natural Disasters Can Affect the Water System

Did you know that most natural disasters involve water? How does that affect your water supply? Turn on the news these days and you’re almost guaranteed to see extreme weather and weather-related disasters like drought, extreme cold or heat, floods, landslides, tornadoes, and other violent storms. You may breathe a sigh of relief when your...

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Invest in Wellness with a ProOne Water Filter

It’s a new year! Have you decided on your New Year’s resolutions? ProOne may be able to help with these resolutions: Drink More Water – Water filtered by ProOne filters has a great taste that makes drinking water more enjoyable! Improve Wellness – Want better looking hair and skin? A ProOne shower filter can help...

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What are Forever Chemicals?

Are you drinking unfiltered water? Do you want to remove persistent contaminants? Did you know that some contaminants take decades to break down? Forever chemicals, also called PFAS (poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances), are chemicals found in everyday items, such as makeup, cookware, clothing, and industrial materials. They can enter the water system, food chain, plants,...

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What are the Benefits of ProOne Pressure Systems vs. Reverse Osmosis?

Is clean, fresh water important to you and your family? Do you want to improve the quality of your home’s water? You may have heard of reverse osmosis water filter systems. These systems work by forcing water through a semipermeable membrane that allows water molecules to move through, but blocks contaminants and dissolved solids. Instead...

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Hexavalent Chromium Leak in Michigan – Remove Contaminants with ProOne Water Filters

Have you heard of hexavalent chromium? Are you concerned it could be in your water?

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Is Bottled Water What You Think it is?

Do you think of bottled water as pure and free from any contaminants? You may be surprised to know bottled water is not as pure as you think! No water is completely free from contaminants and the standards for bottled water are actually based on the standards for tap water, according to the Centers for...

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How to Remove PFAS From Your Water

Have you been seeing news coverage about the “forever chemicals” found in America’s water supply? Wondering how to remove these chemicals? Luckily, poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances, known as “PFAS,” are removable. What are PFAS? PFAS are a class of over 3,000 chemicals that take years to break down. PFAS are often found in products that...

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How A Water Filtration System Can Help Reduce Microplastics

Have you been hearing more about microplastics recently? Microplastics have been in the news after a study came out that asserts humans may consume a credit card’s worth of plastic every week. What Are Microplastics? Microplastics are plastic debris particles less than five millimeters in size. There are some microplastics even smaller than this called...

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What You Should Know About Well Water

Does your home use well water? The majority of American homes get water from a private well. The advantage of well water is that it’s your water. You don’t have to pay to use it and you can use as much as you want. It also doesn’t have the chlorine and fluoride that’s added to...

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Do ProOne Water Filters Remove Fluoride in Water?

In a word: Absolutely. Fluoride, lead and chlorine are just 3 of over 200 contaminants removed/reduced by ProOne water filters. But first, in order to understand what we’re dealing with, let’s take a step back and explore what water fluoridation is, and why it’s in our water supply.  What is Fluoride? Why is Fluoride in...

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How Can You Make Your Water Taste Better?

We all understand the importance of staying hydrated, given that our bodies use water for essentially everything they do. As a measure of general health, vitality of skin, body temperature and overall functionality, the benefits of drinking water are obvious. But not all water is equal – if you’re drinking from the tap at home,...

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Is Mineral Water Good For You?

The “specialty waters” market has reached unprecedented levels of popularity, with virtually all the leading soft drink companies promoting various flavored mineral waters, sparkling waters, glacier-sourced or filled under a full moon in a bottle decorated with Swarovski crystals.  Not all commercial waters are worth their exceedingly decorative packaging, however. While it may be a...

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5 Other Uses For Filtered Water at Home

People are increasingly using water filters at home, due in part to its convenience and increasing status as an essential item for affordable healthy living. They prevent waterborne disease and harmful substances from entering our bodies, and provide better tasting and smelling water.  However, there are other household uses for filtered water that will likely...

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What is The Best Water Filter?

How often do you think about what’s in your water? Given the exploding industry around milk alternatives, or the casual nuance people speak of the differences in how their beef and poultry are raised, it’s a surprise that we don’t put more cultural emphasis on quality of water in the home. We all drink water...

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What is Giardia?

Waterborne illness can impact a person’s health in a way that defies hyperbole. Nobody cries wolf in the world of giardiasis – an intestinal infection resulting from giardia parasites entering the body.  There is nothing pleasant about giardia. Symptoms of giardiasis can take up to 3 weeks to appear, and include cramping, bloating, weight loss,...

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Choosing the Best Backpacking Water Filter

There’s great wisdom in Albert Einstein’s famous quote, “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” Hiking is nature’s therapy, a way to temporarily quiet life’s many demands and complications, reducing stress and returning to one’s center.  From the soothing fresh air to the impossible beauty of a night sky unimpeded by...

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Top 5 Benefits of Using a Shower Head Filter

Breathe Better Improve Skin & Hair Quality Save Money Prevent Gunky Buildup Better Air Quality at Home Why Use a Shower Filter? We’d like to think the water we bathe and shower with is free of harmful chemicals, but what comes out of your faucet travels through miles of pipeline to reach your home. These...

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Why are Gravity Water Filters Stainless Steel?

Do you filter your tap water at home? We would all like to believe that we’re making the best decisions for our homes and families, but even the most attentive individuals can miss an important detail here and there. And while the EPA regulates more than 90 proven health-risk contaminants in the water that comes out of...

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Do Water Filters Help the Environment?

As environmental crises continue to build around the world, consumers are learning that fast, cheap and disposable often carries significant ecological consequence in the long term. Nowhere else is this more evident in the way we access, transport, clean and utilize water. Water is necessary for human health and wellness. But people are comfort creatures,...

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Do You Need a Whole Home Water Filter? Here’s How to Know

Clean water is vital to our health & wellness, and a key component of our everyday lives – we use it for drinking, bathing, and cooking our food. Unfortunately, the water coming from your faucet may contain potentially dangerous chemicals and contaminants which are invisible to the naked eye, resulting in the need for a...

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