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Disinfecting Your Water Filtration System After a Flood or Hurricane

Disinfecting Your Water Filtration System After a Flood or Hurricane

During the aftermath of a flood or extreme storm, the focus is often placed on the immediate preservation of life and the extent of the property damage. Once these critical concerns are addressed, residents will have to re-enter their homes and get back on track. It’s not […]

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Choosing an Afternoon Pick Me Up: Water or Coffee?

Choosing an Afternoon Pick Me Up: Water or Coffee?

Many of us begin to lose focus and energy in the afternoon and seek some way to wake ourselves up to finish the working day strongly. The go to beverage for many people is coffee; that initial burst of caffeine seems to work wonders, shaking us awake […]

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5 Different Type of Water Filters

5 Different Type of Water Filters

There are so many different types of water filters available these days, and it can be hard to understand which one is the best fit for your home. What is the difference between Point of Use (POU) and Point of Entry (POE)? Is one type of water […]

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Strange Waste That Has Been Dumped in the Ocean

Strange Waste That Has Been Dumped in the Ocean

It’s hard to quantify the sheer amount of waste that’s dumped in the ocean annually. Human waste is damaging many vital ecosystems, and detailed information from the Ocean Health Index is available for those that want to study the problem further. Every year, almost a million volunteers […]

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Common Water Quality FAQs Answered

Common Water Quality FAQs Answered

The Flint, Michigan water crisis has brought water quality awareness to the public. The average American uses approximately 100 gallons of water each day, and if this water contains harmful contaminants, it creates a dangerous exposure situation. Unfortunately, many consumers still remain a little confused by water […]

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Signs Your Home Needs a Water Treatment System

Signs Your Home Needs a Water Treatment System

If your water is supplied by a city water main, you’re likely to be aware that it goes through treatment before it is sent to your home. Municipal treatment plants are designed to remove a variety of harmful germs and elements that are present in natural water. […]

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Should You Be Worried About Nitrate and Nitrogen Concentrations in Your Water?

Should You Be Worried About Nitrate and Nitrogen Concentrations in Your Water?

Nitrate or NO3 is a common form of nitrogen. Chemically, it is actually an anion that has a single negative charge. Since it is an anion, nitrate is water soluble. Nitrate is normally used as a source of nitrogen for plants. Unfortunately, when nitrate is used to […]

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4 Reasons Why A Water Softener is Worth the Investment

4 Reasons Why A Water Softener is Worth the Investment

Regardless of where you live in the United States, it is not uncommon to experience home water issues. Scale free fixtures, soft skin, and bright laundry can be virtually impossible to achieve unless you have a water softener. If you’re still not convinced, here are four reasons […]

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Is Hard Water Affecting Your Dishwasher?

Dishwashers are a fantastic modern convenience, but your water quality may not be up to the task. If your dishes are not sparkling clean or your appliance keeps having repair issues, it may be a result of having hard water. Hard water can have a massive impact […]

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Exploring the Salt For Your Water Softener

Whether you’ve just bought a new water softener or have been using a softener device for a while, once the salt in the brine tank runs low, you’ll need to consider that salt you’ll need to use to refill it. When you begin to look at softener […]

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