Water Quality

It’s difficult to think of many things more fundamental to life than water. An adult human being is made up of about 60% water. They also need more than 15 cups or 3.5 liters of water a day for maximum health.

Because of how critical water is to our lives, the quality of it is paramount. We’ll discuss the ways to make sure you’re using the best quality water for your daily needs.

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One of the most common problems with water is the so-called hardness. Calcium and Magnesium are the primary miners responsible for this condition. In this section, you'll find information on understanding hard water, its effects, and what you can do to soften your water.
Water is essential in our homes or businesses and so is the expectation that the quality of the water coming out of your taps is of high quality. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case and there can be a number of problems with water coming out of your tap. In this section, we'll provide answers and information to help you get the best water of your taps.
Well water is an important source for many homes or farms. Very often this is the only source when a municipality doesn't cover your location. Therefore, it's critical to know how to build, maintain, and troubleshoot your well water. In this section, we'll provide information on getting the best from your well.
Clean pure water is always our goal when it comes to the water we need in our lives to bathe, wash, and especially drink. The reality is that there are always going to be contaminants in our water supply. In this section, we'll present what you need to know about the different contaminants in water, the levels that make them a problem or not, and what actions you can take to eliminate or reduce to acceptable levels.
Testing your water is the best way to make sure that what you're getting is what you expect. Often, you can see, smell, or taste issues with your water. But, this isn't a reliable nor safe method to actually understand the level of contaminants. In this section, we'll show how testing can be an easy, quick, and safe method for establishing the purity of your water.