August spells school is back in session. We all have memories of getting on the bus or sending our little ones on their first day. Parents concern themselves with school supplies, clothes, and packing lunches. What is oftentimes not considered is the quality and amount of water their child drinks during the school year. Recently […]
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Have you ever turned on your faucet to grab a glass of water and the water smells like rotten eggs? I’m sure it’s happened to many people on private well water. It is likely hydrogen sulfide in the water. Even a few tenths of sulfur in the water can cause your water to smell. We’re […]
When the temperature rises, so does water use outside for watering lawns and gardens. A lush lawn, landscape, or garden looks great when it’s green and growing. It’s great for the kids to run through a sprinkler to cool off. It’s estimated the average home will use two to four times as much water during […]
An alert goes out to residents in which a boil order is in effect for their area. Many residents scramble to understand what a boil order means. A boil order takes effect when a water supplier has tested the water and testing has shown any presence of organisms that can result in an illness. It […]
Have you heard of the chemical PFAS? It’s been a hot topic within the water industry over the past several months. PFAS stands for Per- and Polyflouroalkyl substances and within the PFAS family tree are chemicals PFOA and PFOS. They are man-made and gaining traction within the water industry
Have you noticed white deposits on your fixtures in the bathroom or spots on your shower door? If you have, it’s hard water. From bathing to energy consumption using appliances hard water has an effect on everything. In fact, more than 85% of homes in the United States have hard water to some degree. Hard […]
When you turn on the faucet for a glass of water and it looks clear and doesn’t have an odor, is it still safe to drink? The only way to know is to have your water tested regularly. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends a home using a private well have their water tested once […]
Depending on where you live, water quality and taste can vary based on where you live, the plumbing within your home, and your personal preference. A person might decide the water in your home is not suitable for drinking so they turn to bottled water. Look at the aisles in a grocery store. There are […]
How do you know if the water coming out of your faucet is safe? You’ve heard all the stories recently in the news about contaminated water with bacteria, lead, and pollutants. There is a wealth of information from verified organizations you can access to better educate and resolve water issues you face within your […]
Have you ever wondered if you need a sediment pre-filter with your water softener? It all depends on the type of water entering your home. Homes on private wells are more likely then city supplied homes to need a pre-filter in conjunction with their water softener. Your best bet is to have your water tested by […]
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