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Is Filtered Water the Same as Soft Water?

When it comes to improving the quality of your home’s water, there is more than one approach to choose from. In fact, you can opt for multiple water conditioning systems to achieve the perfect level of clean, clear, high-performance, plumbing … Continue reading

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The 2 Main Types of Whole House Water Filtration Systems

If you have issues with your home’s water, your best option may be to install a whole house water filter system. Whole house water filtration can improve your water quality, including softness, taste, clarity, and even function by eliminating contaminants … Continue reading

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Tips for Drinking More Water

Water is an essential element to all living organisms on the planet, so of course you should try to drink more! Drinking ample amounts of water delivers several health benefits, from hydrating our organs and lubricating our joints, to regulating … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions About Drinking Water

Since water is one of the most vital elements on the planet, and a resource required by all living organisms, it is never a bad idea to learn all that you can about water chemistry and consumption. If you are … Continue reading

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Why Does My Tap Water Taste Bad?

When you drink a glass of water, you expect it to be pure, clean, and crystal clear. But even the most translucent water can still taste bad. Poor-tasting tap water doesn’t just affect your drinks, like coffee, tea, and lemonade; … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Improve Your Drinking Water

If you are not satisfied with your water, and avoid drinking it straight from the tap at all times, it is important for you to know that you don’t have to live this way! Continue reading to learn three easy, … Continue reading

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Can You Drink Rain Water?

In our childhood, many of us have enjoyed catching fresh, cold rain drops on our tongues. As kids, we don’t think much about consequences, especially to something as catching rain drops in the sky; however, now that you are an … Continue reading

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Advanced Modern Water Purification Methods

The process of water purification can be as simple as boiling water, to as complex as using chemical applications and multiple-stage reverse osmosis filtration systems. However, the basic purpose of water purification is to simply eliminate excess impurities from drinking … Continue reading

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FAQS About Tap Water

Is Tap Water Bad for You? Unless you live in an inhabited area of the United States, it is likely that your tap water is regulated by the EPA and filtered by the city. This means it is perfectly safe … Continue reading

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POU and POE Water Treatment Systems

Before selecting a treatment system for your home, you need to first determine which contaminants are in your drinking water. Once you have more information about your water quality, you can choose a water treatment system that delivers the proper … Continue reading

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