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What You Should Know About Common Well Water Contaminants
Regular testing and timely maintenance of your private well can help ensure your family's drinking water is healthy and free of harmful contaminants.
How Does The pH Of Drinking Water Affect Your Health?
There are many misconceptions about pH in drinking water. Does the pH of drinking water have an effect on your health? Let's learn more.
Why does my water smell like rotten eggs?
The smell of rotten eggs isn't welcome anywhere, especially in your water. We've got answers to all of your hydrogen sulfide questions.
Chlorine in Drinking Water
Chlorine is an oxidizing, bleaching and disinfecting agent and has been used to disinfect water since the 1890s.
Boiled Water vs. Reverse Osmosis Filtration: What's More Effective?
To help you select the best water filters for your home, here's a look at how traditional methods compare against Reverse Osmosis and other advanced filters.
6 Surprising Facts about Chromium-6 in Water
Chromium-6, also known as hexavalent chromium, affects the drinking water of 2 out of every 3 Americans. Let's learn more.
Water softening equipment 101: how they work and why you should have one
Nearly 85 percent of American homes suffer the effects of hard water. However, when it comes to hard water, you do have a choice.
What are nitrates and how do they end up in water?
What are nitrates, and how can we prevent them from entering our water supply? Here, we answer your FAQs about nitrates, and how to keep your family safe from harm.
What is hard water?
Are stains ruining your bathroom sink and glassware, and is your skin dry and itchy? It sounds like you have hard water.
Coliform Bacteria: 5 Things You Should Know
Coliform bacteria is a group of 16 species of bacteria used to indicate water quality, and the presence of E. coli.