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Scale and the Risks It Poses to Your Plumbing System

It is hard to tell when scale is plaguing your water supply at home since it accumulates in the interior of plumbing systems. The water in your pipes is not pure and carries some minerals, metals, and other elements. When it passes through your pipes, it builds up...

How Can Water Conditioners Preserve Your Plumbing System?

Water conditioners can make your water supply better. The system filters and removes chlorine, thus, improving the taste of the water. It can also reduce your risk for skin problems. Other than ensuring clean, quality water, water conditioners can prolong the lifespan...

Hard Water is Hard on Your Home Appliances, Too

It is no secret that hard water — unfiltered water with high mineral content — can adversely affect your skin and hair. But did you know that hard water can be detrimental to your home appliances, too? In some cases, hard water is the culprit why many appliances end...

Chemical-Free Alternatives to Industrial Water Treatments

As the world becomes more environmentally aware, more people are demanding that industries start using chemical-free alternatives to industrial water treatments. Today, water treatment plants will use several chemicals to treat, clean, and process sewage and...

Water Conditioners Prevent Inefficiencies in Food Service Equipment

In the food industry, water quality is a prime concern. Apart from its use in cooking, major food service equipment, such as steamers, dishwashers, and boilers, need water to function. It is imperative, therefore, that the water that enters and passes through them...

Saving Your Plumbing or the Environment: Why Not Both?

Hard water, which contains dissolved calcium and magnesium, has no severe impact on human health. It can, however, significantly damage your plumbing over time. The dissolved minerals will inevitably harden, build-up inside your pipes, and increase the water pressure....

3 Signs of Hard Water Problem in Your Home You Should Never Ignore

We all learned in school that water consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. But, what many of us don’t realize is that some minerals can get into the water before it gets to our taps. Groundwater usually goes through limestone, where it may pick up...