Better Water for the Whole Family
Diagnose Your Water
Think you might be experiencing symptoms of hard water? Feel like your water smells or looks bad? Get quick answers for what might be wrong with your water by taking our quick water problem quiz.Find Out More
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Free In-Home Water Test
Ready to learn more about the quality of your water? Want to find out if you have a water problem, and how to fix it? A quick, 10-minute test by our water professionals is the first step to fresher, better-tasting water in your home.Find Out More
Where Should You Install a Whole House Water Filter?
Whole house water filters are becoming increasingly popular as homeowners become more aware of the importance of water quality. However, we often get one question: where should you install a whole house water filter? We have the answer, but let’s first explain what a whole house water filter is and how it works.Learn More
What Are the Benefits of Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration?
Although the government has invested so much in tap water filtration, many people are still concerned about their water quality. The good news is there are other options for filtering your water, and one of the best is Reverse Osmosis(RO) filtration. Below, we’ll discuss some of the main benefits of reverse osmosis water filtration. After reading this post, we hope you’ll be convinced that investing in a reverse osmosis system is worth it!Learn More
What Is the Advantage of Having Soft Water?
You may not realize it, but the water coming out of your taps isn’t as pure as you might think. In fact, depending on where you live, your water could be quite hard. Hard water contains high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium, which can cause several problems in your home. For example, hard water can cause soap to curdle, making it less effective and difficult to clean your clothes and dishes. It can also lead to build-up on fixtures and appliances, making them less efficient. In some cases, hard water can even cause plumbing problems.Learn More