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What Can I Do To Make My Water Softer Than It Already Is?

Sometimes, homeowners might be all set up with a water softener and enjoy softened water, but still want to know if they can do anything to make their water even softer. After all, the softer and purer the water, the … Continue reading

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How to Test the Level of Hardness in Your Water

Hard mineral ions naturally occur in our local water supplies as a result lime and chalk bedrock permeation. These bedrocks contain large amounts of calcium and magnesium, which gets absorbed by water, along with several other bicarbonates, chlorides, and sulfates, … Continue reading

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Indoor and Outdoor Tips for Saving Water

The value of water is limitless, but water itself is not. For the time being, Indiana is not experiencing a drought problem, so we are fortunate to have ample amounts of water for ourselves and the surrounding environment to thrive. … Continue reading

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What is Water Fluoridation?

Have you ever heard about the infamous fluoride debate? Some people argue that it is an essential component for drinking water, while others say it is bad for consumption. To determine where you stand on this subject, it is helpful … Continue reading

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How Does Drinking Water Get Contaminated?

Did you know that the water on earth today is the same water the dinosaurs drank millions of years ago? It’s true! The rain water that falls from the sky is the same water that has benefited our planet for … Continue reading

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