Like humans, plants all need water to grow and oftentimes need specific soil conditions in order to grow healthfully. When you are watering your household plants, it is best to use the watering information for the specific plant. We offer general information in this blog post. No matter the water you use, watch for stunted growth of your plants. If this is the case, it may be necessary to change the type of water used. Read more
Water is essential to live life. Water in the water treatment industry, is softened to remove any hardness and iron in the water.
Have you ever turned on your faucet and a rotten egg smell is so strong you have to plug your nose. It can happen. Known as hydrogen sulfide, it will make anyone not want to turn their faucet back on. This gas colorless and the good news is we dissect this odor and how you can rid it from your water. Read more
How full should I fill my salt tank?
Since salt is an essential variable to soft water. Our employees are often asked “How much salt should I put in my salt tank when filling it?”
A family who uses a lot of water can fill the salt tank completely full, but it is strongly recommended the salt tank not be filled until water can be seen at the bottom of the salt tank. Why? If the salt tank is filled full and continually topped off with a few bags of salt, it can cause a salt bridge. Read more