Allergy sufferers are affected by everything from nuts to cats to pollen in the air. Many people are surprised to learn, however, that their home’s drinking water also could be a culprit. Research has shown that many allergies and respiratory conditions such as asthma can be linked to chemicals which are present in tap water. … More Can Water Make Allergies Worse?
The holidays are in full swing and that means you will likely be doing a lot of baking and cooking. You may be surprised to find out that the quality of the water in your home can drastically effect the taste of the food you are making, however. Many homes in the United States have … More How Water Effects Home-Cooked Food
Nothing is quite as frustrating to homeowners as low water pressure. Whether it seems like forever to fill the bathtub or the washer takes way too long to finish a cycle. If it is one shower head or faucet that has a water pressure problem, repairing that fixture will usually do the trick. If your … More Getting to the Bottom of Your Home’s Low Water Pressure
One of the most common questions people ask about treating the water in their home is what is the difference between a water softener and a water filtration system? Unfortunately, many people believe these two things are the same. In the simplest terms, water softeners simply soften the water in a home. A water filtration … More The Difference between Water Softeners and Water Treatment Systems
Water contamination is a serious subject. Now more than ever, Americans are paying close attention to the water in their homes. While there are some water issues that can occur with no visible signs, others are difficult to miss. If you have brown, cloudy or discolored water, you are right to be concerned. What follows … More The Many Causes of Discolored Water
Boiling water for some pasta? Craving a tall glass of cold water after mowing the lawn? These relatively harmless things could spell trouble if you aren’t sure what is in your drinking water. There are generally four categories of contaminants that may be present in your drinking water: Biological: Organisms in water, these contaminants are … More How Safe is Tap Water?
Have you ever bought an expensive shampoo to help control your dry, frizzy hair only to be disappointed with the results? This can be especially frustrating when you purchased the brand on the recommendation of someone for whom the shampoo worked wonders. If this has happened to you, or you are constantly trying new shampoos … More Bad Hair Day? Consider Testing the Water in Your Home