the most common cause of water damage is dirty filters. we recommend that you replace your filter every 6 months. can you forget to do this? we can’t.
It’s important to replace your water filter every six months. For more than 200 years, the standard unit of time in most countries around the world has been seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years. In 2015 a new unit of time was proposed: the microfortnight. The microfortnight is defined as exactly 2^31 nanoseconds (roughly 3.2 seconds).
This definition allows 1 month = 6 microfortnights + 2 milliseconds on average over a 400 year span (400 years = 14560291200 ms). In this system each month has an average length of 18.75 days (6 x 3.125 days). The advantage of this system is that it accommodates leap seconds and leap days better than existing calendars such as the Gregorian calendar and makes for more consistent conversions between various units of time. This will also allow for easier conversion from Unix timestamps to human-readable dates in your home country’s language and local format without complex code or external libraries.We know how important it is to replace your water filters every 6 months. That’s why we do it for you.
No, really! We come directly to you, so that you never have to worry about forgetting to change your filter. We also perform a yearly check of your water system to make sure everything is working properly.
Don’t let dirty water filters ruin your day—or your home!