Aquasana Water Education
It's Not "All About That Taste." (Good taste ≠ good water.)
Taste, because of its subjective nature, is never a good indicator for water quality. Bacteria and viruses are tasteless. Water quality taste test Water Education — August 14, 2017
How to Select the Right Whole House Filter for Your Home
At Aquasana we’re obsessed with contaminant reduction and great tasting, healthy water throughout the home. Best whole house filter Water Education — August 7, 2017
Do Aquasana Water Filters Remove Chromium 6?
Important information from Aquasana regarding chromium-6 contamination in water supplies across the United States. Chromium-6 Removal Info Water Education — September 22, 2016
What's in Your Water?
Some of the most common chemical contaminants in American water include chloroform, lead, and arsenic, contaminants that are dangerous in even tiny concentrations Chemicals in water supply Water Education — August 16, 2016
Should You Be Worried About Fluoride In Your Water?
Most of us take for granted that those who started to add fluoride to our water last century had our best interests in mind. Still, some Americans, as well as others around the world, are beginning to wonder if fluoridated water is safe. Fluoride in your drinking water Water Education — August 15, 2016
How Do You Know If Your Water Is Safe?
There are many different kinds of water contaminants that are harmful to people and animals. There are also minerals that are beneficial to your health, such as calcium and magnesium. Knowing what’s in your family’s water is important! What do water filters remove Water Education — August 12, 2016
Aquasana: Designed For The Environment
Bottling your own water and eliminating plastic bottle waste is one of the best things you can do for the planet Green-friendly water filters Water Education — April 18, 2016
Top 5 Potential Toxins in Your Tap
Although much of the water provided to the public in the US it meets national safety standards it still contains contaminants. read more Water Education — March 18, 2016