Summer is the season for increased outdoor activities. But that sometimes translates to increased sun exposure, which can also mean sunburn. Caring for sun-ravaged skin can be sensitive (literally) under any condition but especially if your water isn’t optimal quality. Assistance may lie with a water softener. It removes hard water minerals, allowing water to […]
With a new year comes a long list of the same old resolutions. For 2015, why not resolve to improve several problems around your home in one easy step?
You know that water softeners eliminate several headaches around the home, but a common question is whether it removes important minerals from your water.
Whether you’re using a dealer, a plumber or your own DIY skills, there are advantages and disadvantages to each installation method.
While sodium is used to soften water, one of the biggest misconceptions is that it makes your water noticeably salty. Luckily, that’s not the case.
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.