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Fluoride, a naturally-occurring mineral ion of elemental fluorine, can be found in water supplies throughout the world. In the United States, fluoride is often added to water to help prevent tooth decay. While the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set standards for the amounts of fluoride in water supplies, this mineral can pose health threats. With a reverse osmosis water system, you can remove this potentially harmful contaminant from your family’s water – water that is used for cooking, and drinking. Have you ever Googled the question, “how to install a water softener?” Did you know that installing a water softener is a lot easier than you think? Between the user manual that comes with your Harmony Water Softener and our Youtube channel, just about anyone can install a new system in their home. Here are some prime examples of people doing a DIY install job with an Aquasure Harmony Series Millions of Americans receive their water from private wells. This water is used for many purposes around the home, including drinking, bathing, and cooking. Well water often has an unpleasant odor, leaving many people to wonder what that smell is and how they can get rid of it. In this guide, we will explore the factors that lead to foul odors in well water and how to eliminate them with a whole house well water filter.
In this guide, we’ll be sharing some great tips when it comes to cleaning your bathrooms at home. These cleaning tips will help save you time and money and reduces the amount of elbow grease required for future cleaning endeavors.
Summer is here and the perfect drink for hot and humid days would be sweet tea. But whatever you do, don’t make sweet tea with tap water, make sure you’re using reverse osmosis water. Why? For the simple reasons that it will taste much better. There are things in tap water that will affect the way sweet tea will taste. Some of the notorious things to affect water texture and flavor would be water-soluble minerals such as calcium and magnesium. In addition, there are also chemicals such as chlorine or chloramine that municipalities use to treat water to kill off bacteria and viruses. The added chemicals are part of an EPA rule requiring local water districts to ensure that water that leaves their facilities and makes it into customers’ homes is safe to drink.
It’s wedding season and with that comes the pressure to give the best wedding present for the newlyweds. For the most part, friends and family will...
Water is an essential component of life. We depend on clean water for drinking, bathing, and cooking. Whether you get your water from a municipal source or a private well, water may contain a range of contaminants. Some of the most common contaminants are invisible without a microscope but have the potential to cause serious illness. This guide will explore three types of biological contaminants and how to protect you and your family from them by using a reverse osmosis water filtration system.