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7 Signs of Sediment Buildup in Your Water Heater If you’ve ever had to take a cold shower during the chilly winter months, you know it’s crucial to have a water heater installed in your home. But like nearly every other appliance in your household, several things can damage your water heater – like sediment […]

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Explained: The Difference Between Salt-Based and Salt-Free Water Softeners (Updated September 23rd, 2021) If you notice stains, watermarks or filmy residue on your sinks and bathtubs, you might have a problem with hard water. Hard water contains high levels of minerals such as calcium and magnesium and can wreak havoc in any household. Luckily, there’s […]

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The Best Iron Well Water Filtration System for Homes on Well Water So, you’ve been having second thoughts about the safety of your public water supply. Perhaps you’ve seen all the disturbing news headlines about the dangerous water contaminants that are plaguing schools, hospitals, homes, businesses, etc. Or maybe you want to escape the annoying […]

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The Infrastructure Bill and What It Could Mean for City Water It’s no secret that America’s water infrastructure is falling apart, and with this article we’ll only be discussing the water side of the bill (this is not a political post). Our nation’s drinking water systems and wastewater treatment facilities are nearing the end of […]

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The History of Water Filters Centuries ago, if you wanted to filter your water at home, you’d likely have to boil the water then pour it through sieve-like cloth bags to trap sediments that caused foul taste and smell. Water filtration was no more complex than that, at least not until thousands of years later. […]

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How to Treat Acidic Water Using a Calcite pH Neutralizer System When you fill a glass at your kitchen sink, you expect the water to be clean and refreshing. However, you’d be surprised to know that changes in your water quality can occur almost instantly. For instance, if somehow the pH of your tap water […]

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Tannins in Florida Waterways and How to Remove Them from Your Drinking Water Florida is one of the few places in America with a plentiful source of groundwater. Groundwater wells provide over 92% of the water residents statewide use for consumption and domestic purposes. But, unfortunately, the Sunshine State has a long history of water […]

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How to Remove Iron Bacteria from Well Water If your drinking water comes from a private well, you will likely experience issues with iron in your water. These issues can range from poor-tasting coffee to bright orange streaks in toilets and bathtubs. However, there’s an equally familiar but less understood problem linked to iron contamination: […]

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America’s Aging Water Pipes: Is Your Tap Water at Risk? If you’re among the millions of Americans whose water comes through a public line, your drinking water might be at risk. Across the country, lead pipes are still carrying water into homes and businesses, more than three decades after they were banned. These decades-old pipes […]

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As far as water disinfection goes, chloramine is the go-to solution. It provides long-lasting protection against waterborne microbes and even has several unique properties that make it superior to popular water disinfectants like chlorine. Perhaps that’s why more and more U.S. cities and municipalities are switching to chloramine after decades of using chlorine to treat […]

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