What Are Trihalomethanes in Drinking Water (and How to Remove Them)

By Daniel Klein

The list of contaminants that live in our water is ever-growing. We seem to learn about a new chemical, toxin, pollutant, or contaminant every day. Because our water’s safety is a top priority for many Americans, we turn to water filtration systems to protect us and provide us with clean, great-tasting water that’s contaminant-free and…

Why You Should Filter Your Water

By Daniel Klein

Have you noticed that everyone is telling you that you should filter your water, but they aren’t talking about why you should filter your water? It can be frustrating not knowing why there is such an insistence on investing in water filtration. In your eyes, your tap water tastes just fine, and you don’t see…

What is Solar Distillation?

By Daniel Klein

Approximately 2.2 billion people in the world don’t have access to crisp, contaminant-free water. In the U.S., we, too, are concerned with having continued access to clean water as well as what lurks in our water — so much so that we reach for bottled water and look for solutions to the water problems that…

Which Water Filtration Option is Right for You?

By Daniel Klein

For many of us, municipally-owned tap water is all we know and drink. We deem it safe for consumption to nourish our bodies, restore our health, and much more. However, not all tap water is safe.   According to the Environmental Working Group’s tap water database, as of 2019, there are approximately 300-400 contaminants that…

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…