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  • March 24, 2020
    water and immune system

    Why Water is Essential For a Strong Immune System

    Keeping ourselves healthy is a goal we can all share, and fortunately there are steps we can take to boost our chances of staying well and fighting off infections. One is as easy as staying hydrated.
    January 17, 2020
    Should I Buy a Reverse Osmosis System

    Should I Buy a Reverse Osmosis System?

    Reverse osmosis is a process that filters water using specialized membranes. Before water reaches your faucet, it is transported to a treatment center. Along the way, water can pick up hard water minerals, which may not be removed in the treatment center. A reverse osmosis system, however, can help reduce contaminants that might be  in your water.
    January 17, 2020

    How to Test Your Home’s Water

    From drinking to cooking and cleaning, water is something you use every day. And while your water may appear clean to the naked eye, you can’t always detect contaminated water by just looking at it, which is why it’s important to regularly test your water so that you can provide your loved ones with fresher, cleaner water.
    July 10, 2019

    4 Reasons Why Your Hair Color Fades So Fast

    Coloring your hair isn’t easy (or cheap) but damaging your hair can be. From the styling tools in your bathroom to the water in your pipes, your day-to-day routine could be working against your hair dye.
    May 1, 2019

    What to Do About Lead in Your Water

    Drinking enough water every day can help keep the doctor away - but not if you have lead in your water. As one of the most notoriously toxic chemicals on the market, lead is also one of the most silent criminals. It’s next to impossible to tell if lead is present since there are virtually no signs of it in water. It’s invisible, odorless, and even tasteless. So, what should you do about lead in your water? Here’s everything you need to know about lead in your water and how you can remove it.
    January 15, 2019

    New Year’s Resolution: Drink More Water

    A new year brings new goals. Most often, this means healthier eating, more regular exercise, and a greater focus on self-care. As 2018 comes to a close, homeowners are preparing to embark on their healthiest year yet. But, they’re forgetting the most important goal to add to their list - drinking more water. Water is a powerhouse of health. It can improve physical and mental performance, aid in digestion and weight loss, and can improve your overall wellbeing. Unfortunately, it’s often overlooked - until now. Discover why you should drink more water in 2019 and how it can help you achieve your health-related resolutions.
    December 18, 2018

    Copper in Your Water: Everything You Need to Know

    If your water tastes metallic, there’s something in your water. That ‘something’ is likely copper and it may be harming you and your home in more ways than one. Here’s everything you need to know about copper in your water.

    December 11, 2018

    Is Chlorinated Water Safe to Drink?

    When you think of the chemical chlorine, perhaps you think of swimming pools, paint, or cleaning products. But, chlorine also exists in the water you use to bathe, clean, and hydrate. When present in water, it is often referred to as chlorinated water. Worried how it can affect your health? Here’s everything you should know about chlorine in your home’s water supply.
    November 29, 2018

    Water: The Main Ingredient in Beer

    From the brew pot to the thermometer, what do you need to brew beer at home? One of the most overlooked materials is quality water. Without it, you could jeopardize the acidity, flavor, and richness of your beer. Hard water contains heavy metals, minerals, and impurities that can make homebrewing more difficult. Luckily, testing your water can give you the results you want (and the peace of mind you need). Here’s everything you should know about how water can affect your homebrew.