For most, baths can be a relaxing experience. A long soak in a warm tub can be the perfect end to a stressful day, a way to relax your muscles after a tough workout or a method to warming up your body after being out in the cold. While essential oils, bath salts or bath […]
The holidays are a fun time to spend with family and friends. However, you may not always feel like you look your best during this festive season. Along with the harsh winter weather, hard water may be the main contributor to your dry skin and dull hair. If you have been experiencing any of the […]
If your skin is feeling creepy and crawly as we move closer to Halloween, you’re not alone. Cold air can strip moisture from pores, making skin itchy and dry. Outside of what the climate does to skin, there is another source that’s contributing to dehydrated skin – hard water. Around 85 percent of America has […]
With a change of seasons ahead for most of us, fall is the perfect time to think about updates that you can tackle around your home. Inspecting your pipes and appliances is important to prevent key (and costly) issues from appearing. These updates are especially important if you have hard water. Hard water contributes to […]
The decline in global water purity is worsening, with the United Nations flagging the issue as a major health concern. Among the organization’s statistics is the amount of industrial and agricultural waste that is discharged into the world’s water – two million tons of sewage. That is the equivalent of the weight of the entire […]
If you could save additional dollars each month, would you? The answer is probably a resounding “yes!” The source of that savings may surprise you. The money you can recoup may be going down the drain, thanks to your water pipes. In 85 percent of North America., hard water and its high mineral content cause […]
It’s back-to-school season and that means bake sales, prepping family dinners, packing lunchboxes and preparing after-school snacks. But did you know that your water might be affecting the taste of your food? Hard water can leave you with spotty, filmy dishes, but you may not be aware that high levels of chlorine often found in […]
It’s back-to-school season and that means back-to-school shopping. The average family with children in grades K-12 spends around $670 on apparel, shoes, supplies and electronics. Clothing comprises more thana third of that amount. So when those clothes turn gray and dingy after several washes, you may think you’ve flushed your investment down the drain. The […]
We’ve all been there. Trapped in the shower, our eyes burning from a douse of soap or shampoo. Water, or is that tears, running down our face in our attempt to wash our eyes clean and get some relief. But if that water coming from your showerhead is a trickle and not a flood, your […]
Did you know that your water may be preventing your products from working to their full potential?
Most homeowners get their water from a municipal source (versus a private well), but did you know that even water from a city supply could be partially sourced from a well?
For homes that have a septic system and use a water softener, it’s been shown that efficiently operated water softeners pose no problems to septic tank performance.
You know that water softeners eliminate several headaches around the home, but a common question is whether it removes important minerals from your water.
When preparing food for the holidays, you want to impress family and friends with the best-tasting dishes possible. But did you know that your water might be preventing you from serving the perfect meal?
The key to easier cleaning with fewer chemicals this holiday season? A water softener.
Whether you’re in the aisles or scrolling online, water softeners have a language all their own.
Are you in a new city or home, and your water just isn’t “right”? The best place to start is by testing your water.
Only 15% of the United States has naturally occurring soft water. The remaining 85% of us get to fight the daily battles of hard water with spotty dishes, limescale buildup and appliance inefficiency.