Are You Using The Most Effective Water For Your Home?

On average, American families use more than 300 gallons of water in their home per day. While our ancestors would be amazed at the black magic of clean water flowing freely indoors, we have come to expect clean water, and more! The more we evolve, the more we see the...

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How Is Plumbing Like Your Cardiovascular System?

Your cardiovascular system is what moves blood through your body, delivering oxygen, nutrients, and more to its many cells. Those veins and arteries keep you alive. In your home, there are pipes that deliver water to different rooms of the house, helping you stay clean and hydrated. In both your body...

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Hard Water

Hard Water – Why Your Appliances Don’t Stand the Test of Time

Appliances just aren’t built to last anymore. Washing machines, dishwashers, and water heaters seem to need repaired or serviced constantly. Leaks, inefficiency, and full breakdowns are just expected as part of appliance ownership, and the cost of repairs or replacements can seem like a necessary evil.   What if you could take...

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UV Purification – How Does it Work?

Science is slowly learning to wield the power of the sun. We can harness UV rays in lamps to combat Seasonal Affective Disorder, to sterilize medical equipment, and even to light a dance floor. One of the most practical applications of UV power is utilizing its water purification capabilities. Here’s what that...

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A Resolution Revolution

Does your New Year’s resolution include losing weight? It’s the number one resolution made every year, and also the one with the highest failure rate. The packed gym on December 3rd gives way to the deserted wasteland of dumbbells and dusty cardio equipment by Valentine’s day. The lean, green refrigerator...

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Reverse Osmosis Decoded

If you have ever poured yourself a glass of water from a Reverse Osmosis System, you recognize it at once as the way water should taste. No sulfur smell, no metallic tang – just clean, crisp, pure water. Water quality can vary wildly in both flavor and quality, with some specimens...

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Hard Water: Airing the Dirty Laundry

A washing machine is a fairly fool-proof machine. Water, detergent, and dirty laundry go in, clean laundry comes out. However, you have noticed that dirty, dingy, or heavily worn clothing has been coming out, instead. You try more detergent, less detergent, hot water, and a heavy cycle, to no avail. It...

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Myths about Softwater

8 Common Misconceptions about Soft Water

Water softeners are an excellent asset for those who seek a cleaner home and healthier skin and hair, yet a few common myths keep many from realizing the softener solution. Here, we will address a few of the most common myths and misconceptions about the effects of soft water.   Myth: Water...

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