6 Ways Tap Water Can Be Bad for Your Health

By Daniel Klein

Most homeowners rely on tap water to do everything, from washing dishes and cooking food to soaking in the tub and drinking. Yet, something many of us ever considers the ways that tap water can be bad for your health. It is estimated that tens of millions of Americans are exposed to unsafe drinking water…

How Do Puronics Water Filters Work?

By Daniel Klein

Having high-quality water is a necessity in our lives. We use water to clean our bodies, our clothes, and our dishes. Appliances, gardens, and the delicious food we eat also use and benefit from water, too!   However, many homes get their water from municipal sources or wells. These sources are well-known for being contaminated…

The Best Whole House Reverse Osmosis System for Your Home 2020

By Daniel Klein

The presence of pollutants and toxins in our water is an ever-growing problem. Countless contaminants lurk in our drinking water, some that can make us sick, and others that can change the look, smell, and taste of our water (we’re looking at you, iron and sulfur). The most common of these water issues is hard…

How Do Water Softeners Work?

By Daniel Klein

By now, we’re well aware of just how vital water is to our overall health and wellness. It’s something that’s been shared with us since we were kids. However, many of us don’t drink the recommended amount of water; the biggest reason is that we don’t like the taste of our household water. We try…

What Are Total Dissolved Solids?

By Daniel Klein

We’re always worried about the quality of our water. And we should be. After all, water is crucial to our survival and our overall health and wellness. However, since incidents like the Flint, Michigan water crisis, many of us have been paying even closer attention to the water quality flowing through our homes.   One…

Are There Prescription Drugs in Our Water Supply?

By Daniel Klein

The short answer is yes. But first, let us explain what we mean. When we say drugs, we refer to prescription drugs that your doctor gives you or that you buy over the counter, not the hard stuff. Traces of the prescription drugs we take every day are found in wastewater, groundwater, surface water, and…