Year: 2021

WATER QUALITY AWARENESS – 10 ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT U.S. TAP WATER

[ad_1] Lead is far from the only thing that can contaminate a home’s water, and it’s important to know what your family is drinking. This article is not intended to shock and scare people about water quality. However, you should be aware of possible risks and take steps to keep your family safe and healthy. […]

WHAT’S THE CONNECTION BETWEEN ECZEMA AND HARD WATER?

[ad_1] Being a parent of a child suffering from the skin condition eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, can be frustrating and leave you feeling helpless. Not only is it tough to watch a child deal with uncomfortably itchy, dry skin, trying to nail down the reason for eczema symptoms is often a complete mystery. […]

CAN A STANDARD WATER SOFTENER REMOVE IRON FROM WELL WATER?

[ad_1] High iron water is a frustrating problem for homeowners with wells. From the ugly stains and discolored tap water to nasty iron bacteria in the toilet tank, iron is one of the most common complaints our water treatment experts around the country are asked to fix. Many of these homes already have a water […]

WHY DOES MY WATER SOFTENER NEED SALT?

[ad_1] While you know a water softener can solve a variety of hard water problems, many homeowners still have questions about what takes places inside those tanks. One of the most common points of confusion for homeowners revolves around water softener salt. Every time you haul a heavy bag of softener salt into your home […]

SHOULD I BE CONCERNED ABOUT PH LEVELS IN MY WATER?

[ad_1] What is pH and how does it affect water quality? While the pH level of your water may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to your water quality, having unbalanced pH levels can cause household headaches and unexpected expenses. If you have concerns about pH in your home’s water […]

HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN A WATER SOFTENER RUNS LOW ON SALT?

[ad_1] The salt in your system’s brine tank is an essential part of the water softening process. It’s used to recharge the resin media inside so your softener can effectively remove hard minerals and make your water ideal for cleaning, laundry, and bathing. But, what happens if you forget to add water softener salts? And, […]

COMMON COMPLAINTS ABOUT CITY WATER QUALITY AND WHAT YOU CAN DO

[ad_1] Now and then, a story about serious water problems such as lead contamination in Flint, Michigan, makes headlines and raises concerns. But the truth is, most municipal water in the United States is safe to drink. We’re lucky to live in part of the world where clean drinking water is easy to find. Still, […]

IRON IN YOUR HOME’S WATER | DIFFERENT TYPES AND TREATMENT SOLUTIONS

[ad_1] Rusty, orange water coming out of your faucet is usually a dead giveaway that you’re dealing with high levels of iron in your water. However, you could also have iron that is practically invisible or appears as tiny flakes in your glass. Even the small amounts of “clear water” iron can leave rust stains […]

HARD NUMBERS ON SOFT WATER SAVINGS IN YOUR HOME

[ad_1] Investing in residential water treatment, such as a water softener, reverse osmosis system, or other types of filtration, may seem like somewhat of a luxury. The truth, however, is that the modern home and lifestyle require high quality water. And, your family deserves it, too. What you may not realize is that the issues […]

ARSENIC LEVELS | IS BOTTLED WATER SAFE TO DRINK?

[ad_1] People often turn to bottled water because they think it’s a safer alternative and it tastes better than their tap water. In fact, a study conducted by Harris Poll stated bottled water drinkers say taste (99%), quality (99%), and safety (92%) are the most important factors when choosing a beverage. But, is bottled water […]

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