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How Water Quality Affects Your Shower

Is A Hot or Cold Shower Better? Whether you prefer a steamy, hot shower or a cooler one, there are benefits gained from both. From a health perspective, hot and cold water therapy have been used to treat a variety of ailments, most notably muscle stiffness, soreness, and swelling. The change in water temperatures causes
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Four Benefits of High Quality Water

No one likes turning on the tap to find that their water smells of sulfur or has an unpleasant taste. Poor water quality isn’t just a matter of taste or aesthetics; it can also affect your health and finances. Improving water quality with water purification systems and water softeners can reduce your chance of illness
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The Top Five Things You Need to Know About Water Filtration

  Bottled vs. Filtered Water There has been much debate about the quality of water you get right out of the tap. This debate fueled the bottled water industry and paved the way for people to pay for water in plastic bottles. However, in recent years, people are starting to understand drinking bottled water from
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History of Water Filtration

Water filtration is an essential part of the water treatment process to make water safe for drinking. The earliest forms of water filters can be traced back some 4,000 years ago. During this time, people believed if the water looked clear, it was safe for drinking. However, this tended to result in various forms of
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Why a Water Softener System Will Not Remove All Forms of Iron

One common misconception people have about water softener systems is that they will remove all forms of iron from the water. Softener systems are designed to attract positively charged ions like magnesium (Mg+2) and calcium (Ca+2). These two minerals constitute the majority of “hardness” in your water. A water softener will also remove ferrous iron
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