How Ion Exchange Works Inside Of Water Softeners

How Ion Exchange Works Inside Of Water Softeners

Hard water is hard on your home. No pun intended. It wreaks havoc on your plumbing, your dishes, your clothes, and even your body. When you live in an area that has hard water, there’s no “natural” way to fix it. Thankfully, in the early 1900s a chemist named Arthur...

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What is PFAS?

What is PFAS?

The purpose of having a blog is to educate, inform and share solutions to water quality problems in your household. There are many different ways that your water quality can be affected and we’ve touched upon a few of those issues, like water shocking and hard water...

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5 Ways To Know You Need A Water Softener In Texas

5 Ways To Know You Need A Water Softener In Texas

If you were looking for a sign to get a water softening system installed in your home…THIS IS IT! Well, actually, there are probably several signs that could be showing you that you need a water softener, which is what brought you to this page in the first place…so...

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Is Your Municipality Shocking Your Water System?

Is Your Municipality Shocking Your Water System?

Unless you have your own well, chances are your home is connected to the city water system. The water that flows through your home, fills your glasses, washes your clothes and cleans your body, comes from a central location that is managed by the city to ensure it is...

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4 Water Heater Efficiencies Achieved With Softener

4 Water Heater Efficiencies Achieved With Softener

Texas is notorious for having hard water. Actually, it ranks in the top 5 states for the “hardest water”. In our previous blog we discussed the details of how hard water affects your home, however, we didn’t dive into the issues it causes with your water heater....

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What Is Hard Water And How To Combat It

What Is Hard Water And How To Combat It

Hard water is an issue that 85% of households across the United States deal with on a daily basis. In Texas, especially around the Dallas and Fort Worth areas, we are faced with moderately to very hard water.  What Is Hard Water? It’s water that contains high...

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