Most people enjoy drinking clean, purified water. After all, when it comes to maintaining your health, water quality is extremely important, mainly since the water leaving your faucet is used for drinking, cooking, eating, bathing, and brushing your teeth. Now you are probably wondering, “Is my water quality up to par?” Perhaps you’ve noticed a strange odor […]
It’s that time of year for taking the family to the pool and laying out by the lake. Soaking up the sunshine is something most people enjoy until a sunburn puts a damper on their summer fun. When that happens, seeking relief should be a top priority. If you get sunburned, the first thing you […]
Have you ever turned on the faucet and been hit in the face with the scent of rotten eggs? Most likely, you got a whiff of sulfur. Sulfur is the 16th element on the periodic table and can be quite useful. In fact, sulfur is in everyday products such as car batteries, fertilizer, and even […]
Does Your Home Have Hard Water?
If you find yourself Googling “how to tell if my water is hard or soft,” then you’ve probably already noticed some signs of hard water in your home. You can test your water yourself to find out right away if your tap water is hard or soft, but it is best to let a professional do a […]
Air quality has been a top priority and concern for most Americans. Between illness, pollution, allergies, and other contaminants, the air we breathe greatly impacts our quality of life. You and your family could be subject to polluted air any time you go outside. Recent EPA reports state that the air inside a home is […]
Around 69% of Americans prefer bottled water over tap for many different reasons. Yet with a looming climate crisis and the physical health risks that can come along with drinking bottled water, a whole home water filtration system installation can greatly improve a family’s quality of life. These purifiers have multi-tier layers of defense that work to […]
Bottled water first became popular around the year 1850. After some time, the fad wore off, but it came roaring back in the late 70s and early 80s. However, there are probably a good amount of people (elder millennials and older) who remember a time when bottled water wasn’t so ubiquitous. At sports games, you […]
The drinking water in the United States is some of the safest water in the world, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t upgrade your drinking water system. There are quite a few reasons to consider upgrading your system, whether it be an out of caution or you just want your water to taste better. If […]
Water Conservation: Does It Matter?
Though roughly 71% of the earth’s surface is water, it isn’t as abundant as you might think. Very little of it is considered “fresh.” In fact, research suggests only 3% of water is freshwater and just half of that (1.5%) is drinkable. With the population and land development increasing at a steady pace, this alone should be reason enough […]