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The Importance of Home Water Treatment

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What’s in your water?

Although municipal government-run water treatment facilities do a wonderful job of keeping our tap water clean, unfortunately, some contaminants do make their way through the system. That’s where home water treatment systems can come in handy. These systems work hard, night and day, to reduce the contaminants from the water that you use to drink, bathe, and essentially, live.

What are Water Softeners and How Do They Work?

Washing dishes at the sink

Picture this:

Softer skin and shinier hair. Sparkling dishes and glassware. Bright and soft laundry. Protection from scale build-up and corrosion for plumbing fixtures and appliances. Sounds too good to be true, right?

Lucky for you, these benefits are just a water treatment system away! Introducing, water softeners. 

Water Quality Isn’t Just a Rural Concern

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It’s very common for city dwellers to assume their drinking water is perfectly clean. The unfortunate truth is, urban water treatment plants can’t catch everything. Many contaminants and bacteria can slip through the cracks, and some can even be picked up along the way as water travels through your pipes. As they always say, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Installing a water treatment system within your home can help to catch and eliminate many of these impurities, while at the same time delivering water that tastes fresh and pure!

What is a Reverse Osmosis System?

What is a Reverse Osmosis System?

Young and old – everybody can enjoy fresh tasting water. That’s why Reverse Osmosis Systems are so helpful. They are simple to use and benefit everyone by providing pure, clean water. Once installed within your home or business, they help to remove contaminants and leave you with water that has a truly outstanding taste. Not only will the taste be improved, but you’ll notice it neutralizes the smell and improves appearance, too! The lingering question is: how can this be? How does a Reverse Osmosis Water System work to provide me with clean water? Keep reading to find out!

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Drinking Water

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Drinking Water

There are so many ways to maximize the quality of the water you drink everyday. It’s recommended that women drink 2.2 litres a day, while men should consume 3 litres. If you’re going to be drinking the daily recommendation, you might as well make the most of it! There’s a wide variety of ways to enhance the overall quality and nutritional value of your water, through different systems and natural additives. 

The Benefits of Ultraviolet Water Purification Systems

The Benefits of Ultraviolet Water Purification Systems

There are many water treatment solutions available to you. It can prove to be beneficial for you to conduct thorough research before investing in one for you and your loved ones. Most systems have their fair share of pro’s and con’s. Ultimately, you can find a solution that’s right for your lifestyle. One option available to you is an Ultraviolet Water Purification System.  Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of ultraviolet systems!

Top 4 Reasons You Should be Drinking Alkaline Water

Top 4 Reasons You Should be Drinking Alkaline Water

Everybody knows drinking water is great for your health. There are what seems like endless benefits to drinking enough water everyday. Water makes up roughly 60% of your body weight and every system in your body needs it to survive. Drinking alkaline water can help benefit your health and wellness even further. Let’s find out how drinking alkaline water can help to improve your health!

Stay Hydrated this Summer

Stay Hydrated this Summer

Your mother, your doctor, and your personal trainer have all said it: you need to stay hydrated. You've likely heard the common advice to drink six to eight glasses of water each day. As the temperatures rise, staying hydrated becomes even more important.

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