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How a Whole-Home Water Treatment System Can Help With Your Spring Cleaning
From deep-cleaning your floors to reviving your garden, spring home improvements start with your water. So why wouldn't you use the best?
Are Water Treatment Systems Worth the Investment?
Many homeowners turn to water treatment systems to improve their water's quality and taste. Should you get your water treated, too?
Are There Carcinogenic Contaminants in Your Tap Water?
According to a recent study, carcinogenic contaminants may be present in your tap water. But rest assured, there are ways to filter your water, keeping your family both safe and hydrated.
What is Chromium-6?
Chromium-6 is a tasteless, odorless metallic element. And it is often referred to as hexavalent chromium.
Home Water Testing - Why is it Important for Your Family?
Maintaining your family's health and well-being starts with home water testing. Because water is a huge part of our daily lives.
Is Fluoride in Drinking Water a Good or Bad Thing?
A mineral with health benefits as well as risks, let's take a closer look at fluoride and its prevalence in drinking water supplies.
Is There Pharmaceutical Runoff in Drinking Water?
It's a commonly asked question. With a bit of a complex answer. Is there really pharmaceutical runoff in drinking water? The answer is, most likely, yes. However traces are usually very minimal.
How Much Does Everything Drink?
When looking at the overall water consumption of your home, how much does everything drink? Believe it or not, everything drinks. Including appliances, machines and even different parts of our body.
Natural Disasters and Drinking Water: How to Keep Your Family Safe
Natural disasters can have devastating effects on communities. In addition to power outages and property damage, they can affect access to clean and safe drinking water.
Your Guide to Water Softener Sanitization
Water softener sanitization and maintenance on your mind? Here are answers to your questions, so you can get the best results from your softener for years.