Is a Home Water Filtration System Really Worth It?

By Daniel Klein

Considering that the average adult human body comprises about 60% water, it should be no surprise that water is critical for our bodies to function properly. Knowing this, wouldn’t you want to make sure you treat yourself to the cleanest, purest, healthiest water available? And if you could enjoy that healthy water while saving money…

How to Soften Hard Water in Your Home

By Daniel Klein

Have you noticed white spots or buildup around your faucets or on your dishes? When you shower or wash your hands, does it feel like you have perpetual soap scum on your skin that is difficult to get off? Are your energy bills slowly rising, and you’re not sure why? If you answered yes to…

How Does Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Work?

By Daniel Klein

There is nothing quite like drinking a bottle of water. Knowing that it’s filtered, purified, and free of contaminants makes it that much more refreshing. It’s no wonder that Americans consumed 14.4 billion gallons of bottled water in 2019 alone. To achieve that fresh, crisp flavor, Dasani, Aquafina, and Penta are among some well-known brands…

Hard Water vs. Soft Water: What’s the Difference?

By Daniel Klein

Chances are you’ve heard of hard water and soft water, but do you know what the differences are? How can you tell which type of water is running through your house? And what does that mean concerning the way you use and drink it? You may think that the water in your home is pure…

Is It Safe to Drink from a Garden Hose?

By Daniel Klein

It’s one of those perfect summer days. The sun is shining bright and high overhead. A few small puffy clouds float by while a few birds chirp from the trees, watching the children below play hide-and-seek in the neighborhood.  One of the kids runs past a garden hose and thinks of how refreshing a quick…

10 Ways to Improve Your Water Pressure

By Daniel Klein

The vast majority of homeowners don’t consider their water pressure until it’s causing problems for them. Typically, water pressure issues build up over time. You may not notice it at first, but soon your pipes are clogged with mineral deposits, and you turn the faucet only to see a stream of water so tiny, you…