You’ve tried just about everything, but you just can’t get rid of the rust stains in your shower, on your sinks, and even on your white clothes. This is a more common problem than people realize. But, what if you could stop scrubbing all together? Water softeners don’t only reduce rust stains from water, but eliminate rust altogether. Read more
Anyone who has spent hours scrubbing their tubs or sinks knows how annoying rust stains are. But, what causes these pesky stains? More importantly, how do you get rid of them? Here is what you need to know about getting rust out of your water.
Let’s be honest. We rarely think about what is in our home’s tap water. But, what if we told you that the water in your home could contain lead, chlorine, and excessive amounts of iron. You might be asking yourself, “Aren’t there regulations for these kinds of things?” You’re right; city water must pass rigorous testing to be deemed safe. Unfortunately, over 18 million Americans are being exposed to water with lead violations, according to the National Resource Defense Council (NRDC). So, what’s next?
Luckily, a professional plumbing specialist can set you up with a home water filtration system that will help alleviate these problems. If you still aren’t sold on purchasing such a system, not to worry. There are many benefits of water filtration systems that will make the investment well worth it.
Your dishes are covered with water spots. Your shower is stained orange from rust. Your clothes are dingy and scratchy. You’ve just discovered that you have hard water in your home, and we feel sorry for you. Not to worry, where you live geographically does factor into what is in your water; however, it doesn’t dictate whether or not you can solve this problem. In fact, anyone can have clean, healthy water free of hard depositing minerals. The solution? Install or upgrade a water softener! But just which model is right for you? How much water your family consumes, what is in your water, and your budget are all factors that can help narrow down the choice. Read more
We all know clean water tastes and smells better, but did you know it can also save you money? Check out these ways conditioned water will benefit your wallet.
Poor water quality can have an incredibly negative effect on the lifespan of your plumbing. If not corrected, mineral buildup can shorten the life of your water-using appliances, fixtures and pipes. Here are a few reasons you should consider taking advantage of water conditioning services.
In the United States, we’re blessed to have access to billions of gallons of safe, clean water. Most of us turn on the faucet, fill a glass, and take a sip without worrying about the possibility of contaminants or if our water might harm our health. But, do you know why we have access to clean drinking water or what could happen if we suddenly didn’t?
Feel like your water isn’t exactly the quality it should be? Lucky for you, there are plenty of ways to use your own senses to determine a problem with your H₂O.
When all you’re after is a glass of water, it can be rather unsettling to fill your glass, take a sip, and be greeted by a metallic or egg-like taste. Poor tasting water is not an uncommon issue for home and building owners. Many people assume the only solution is to keep the refrigerator stocked with distilled or bottled water, but that isn’t the case. Treating your water can result in clean, fresh-tasting water right out of your faucet. Sounds incredible, right?
Why does my water taste bad?
Finding the source of the problem is the first step to reaching great tap water. Ask yourself these questions: Read more
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