Monday, August 15, 2022

How Can You Reduce PFAS in Your Water?

Water coming from a sink | under counter water filter

Do you want to have clean, great tasting water free from PFAS?

Filter your water - ProOne water filters have been tested and cleared to reduce PFAS in drinking water, as well as remove heavy metals, fluoride, pesticides, and more. 

Choose only filtered water sources - Bottled and city water may seem safe, but there’s no way to tell if the water is PFAS free other than testing it. PFAS don’t affect the water’s taste or smell, making it hard to know which water sources are contaminated.

Learn more about PFAS reduction with under counter water filters.

Remove PFAS with ProOne’s ProMax Under Counter Water Filter

Install the ProMax Under Counter Water Filter under your kitchen sink to filter the water you use for drinking, cooking, washing food, and more. The water is pressurized and sent through the filter, where larger particles like PFAS can’t get through.

Looking for more under counter water filter or countertop options? 

There are more in our pressure water systems category!

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Monday, August 1, 2022

What are PFAS?

a drinking fountain | Under counter water filter

PFAS are a class of over 3,000 chemicals that take years to break down. PFAS are often found in products that boast water and stain resistant properties as well as common household items, such as non-stick cookware, water-resistant active clothing, stain resistant furniture and carpet, and paper products. 

These chemicals have been around for longer than you may think, starting with pesticides in the 1940s. Because PFAS are still commonly found in products and can take decades to break down, we’re seeing them accumulate and contaminate more resources. PFAS have been found in plants, animals, water, and humans. 

Learn more about PFAS reduction through under counter water filters.

Remove PFAS with ProOne’s ProMax Under Counter Water Filter

Install the ProMax Under Counter Water Filter under your kitchen sink to filter the water you use for drinking, cooking, washing food, and more. The pressurized water is sent through the filter and contaminants are absorbed by unique contaminant reduction media.

Looking for more under counter water filter or countertop options? 

There are more in our pressure water systems category!

Shop ProOne Water Filters today to find filters that can remove PFAS!

Thursday, July 14, 2022

ProOne Gravity Water Filters Can Remove Microplastics

Microplastics are plastic debris less than five millimeters long that have been found in food, clothing, and water.

Wondering how you can remove microplastics from your water?

Gravity countertop water filtration system

Filtering your water can help. ProOne gravity water filters can remove up to 99.999% of microplastics so you can drink what you mean to drink - clean, refreshing water!

The ProOne Traveler+ Gravity Water Filter is perfect for daily use and uses the ProOne G2.0 series filter, the only NSF/ANSI-42 certified gravity filter. This filtration system can hold 2.25 gallons and has an easy setup, with no plumbing or electricity required.

If you’re looking for something smaller, the ProOne Water Filter Pitcher uses the same G2.0 water filter technology to remove microplastics along with 200+ other contaminants, like minerals, pesticides, and heavy metals.

Learn more about microplastics!

ProOne Has Whole Home, Gravity, and Countertop Water Filtration Solutions for Your Home

Refrigerator, shower, undercounter and countertop water filtration systems-, … ProOne has it all! 

All ProOne water filters are uniquely engineered to help reduce undesirable contaminants and water pollutants, improving the quality of your water.

Shop ProOne Water Filters today! 

Friday, July 1, 2022

How A Water Filtration System Can Help Reduce Microplastics

Have you been hearing more about microplastics recently?

Handful of microplastics | Countertop water filtration

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 nanoplastics. All these particles come from the decomposition of plastic materials, which make up a large portion of the world’s waste. Microplastics can enter the soil and end up in groundwater, be eaten by fish and other wildlife humans may consume and enter the freshwater we use for drinking.

Microplastics are not entirely avoidable. They’ve been found in our clothing, food, and hygiene products. Most importantly, microplastics have been found in America’s drinking water, bottled water, and well water.

Learn how you can reduce microplastics in your water.

ProOne Has Whole Home, Gravity, and Countertop Water Filtration Solutions for Your Home

Refrigerator, shower, undercounter, and countertop water filtration systems … ProOne has it all! 

All ProOne water filters are uniquely engineered to help reduce undesirable contaminants and water pollutants, improving the quality of your water.

Shop ProOne Water Filters today! 

Monday, June 13, 2022

A Whole House Water Filter System Can Help Can Rid Your Home of Unwanted Side Effects from Well Water

Have you noticed limescale, staining, or a smell to your water? 

Well water is convenient, but not as harmless as people assume.

An open dishwasher | Whole home water filter system
It’s Usually Hard Water – Well water is groundwater that comes from an aquifer. Rain and runoff seep through the ground and replenish the water supply. While sitting underground, the water can break down minerals in the soil - like calcium and magnesium - adding them to the water supply. Well water usually requires softening and filtration to remove these minerals.

It Can Damage Your Appliances – The minerals in well water can make it difficult to get dishes or clothes clean, and it can build up into limescale, damaging appliances. Hard water can also leave orange stains in toilets and sinks, and damage light clothing.

See other reasons why you should filter well water.

Filter Your Well Water with the ProHome™ Complete Whole House Water Filter System

To clean your water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning, you’ll need a water filtration system for your entire home. 

The ProHome™ Complete Whole House Water Filter System is a 4-stage compact whole house water filter system that removes 220+ contaminants like lead, iron, and calcium. Better smelling, tasting, softer, and cleaner water is one installation away!

Give us a call to help determine which system best fits your needs and household! Call (800)544-3533 today!

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Thursday, June 2, 2022

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 city water. 

However, while well water is convenient, there are some disadvantages.

Kids playing with a hose | Whole house water filter system

It’s Unregulated – Did you know it’s up to you to evaluate if your well water is safe? Private well water is not regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), meaning it’s your duty to check the safety of the water. Potential contaminants include bacteria, minerals, lead, pesticides, fertilizer nitrates, and more. You should professionally test the water for contaminants yearly to ensure it’s safe.

Learn more about well water!

Filter Your Well Water with the ProHome™ Complete Whole House Water Filter System

Have you noticed limescale, staining, or a smell to your water? 

Are you ready to do something about it?

To clean your water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning, you’ll need a water filtration system for your entire home. 

The ProHome™ Complete Whole House Water Filter System is a 4-stage compact whole house water filter system that removes 220+ contaminants like lead, iron, and calcium. Better smelling, tasting, softer, and cleaner water is one installation away!

Give us a call to help determine which system best fits your needs and household! Call (800)544-3533 today!

Shop more ProOne whole house water filter systems.

How Can You Reduce PFAS in Your Water?

Do you want to have clean, great tasting water free from PFAS? Filter your water - ProOne water filters have been tested and cleared to red...