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How to Achieve Water Purity in Your Home

Everyone homeowners wants clean, safe home water. After all, we rely on water for everything. From cooking and cleaning to drinking and bathing, water remains essential for everyday things. As a result, we all want the best water purity in our homes. However, water contains impurities. Although most impurities derive from the environment and do…

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How to Obtain Clean Water in Your Home

Clean water remains one of life’s true necessities. From Flint, MI to our own backyard in Plainville, CT, a variety of factors impact water quality and the ability to provide clean water in your home. After all, we use clean water for drinking, cooking, bathing, cleaning and more! At the core of obtaining clean water…

Well Water Maintenance Ensure Safe Drinking Water

Well Water Maintenance Ensures Safe Drinking Water

Why does well water maintenance and testing matter? First and foremost, well water maintenance helps ensure safe drinking water. Plus, since 25% of Connecticut residents rely on well water, homeowners need assurances their families drink safe water. Furthermore, almost 40% of the U.S. population relies on well water for their main drinking (and cleaning) supply.…

distilled vs purified water

Pros & Cons of Distilled vs Purified Water

What is purified water? How does it differ from distilled water? What are the benefits or differences between purified and distilled water? Unfortunately, the topic of clean drinking water continues to hit the news. Although municipal or tap water varies by state and community, every household should understand the quality of their home water. What…

What is Water Hardness & Why Hard Water Matters?!

What is water hardness? Water hardness refers to our home and city water containing elevated amounts of minerals. For example, typically, hard water contains dissolved compounds of calcium and magnesium or occasionally other metallic elements. However, homeowners should note that hard water is a natural occurrence. Water hardness derives from minerals (i.e., calcium and magnesium)…