Water can create many challenges, but there's always a solution.
Whether you have well water or city water, there are water treatment solutions to improve your water. Water treatment methods differ based on the way water will be used in your home, possible contaminants in the water, and your unique water needs. Water varies greatly from one home to the next, and people’s water treatment needs vary too. To find out what water treatment solutions are best for your home, schedule a free water test.
What is the difference between an Electric Water Softener and a Non-Electric Water Softener?
Understand the differences between a non-electric water softener and an electric water softener so you can determine which is best for you.
Salt vs. Salt Free Water Softeners: Which Is Better?
Traditional salt water softeners and salt-free water softeners have a common goal, reduce the effects of hard water. Both have pros and cons. Learn more about the differences of salt water softeners and salt-free water softeners to determine which is best for you.
Water Filtration - Is It The Solution For You?
Learn what water filtration is, how a water filter works and what type of water filtration is best for your home.
Water Softening - Is It The Solution For You?
Water softening reduces calcium, magnesium and iron in water, making hard water soft. Learn how soft water can improve your life.
Why Is Water Testing Important?
Water quality can be affected by variables like contaminants, water distribution systems, well-water quality and your plumbing. Learn about testing your water and what options are available to you.
How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?
Reverse osmosis, or RO, is a water treatment process used to reduce contaminants in water. Learn how reverse osmosis works and why a Kinetico RO is best for your family.
How To Treat Your Home's Well Water
If your home's water is supplied by a private well, you are solely responsible for your water's quality and any water treatment. Learn about common well water problems and how to treat them.
The Differences Between Raw Water, Drinking Water And Working Water
Learn more about the water you consume and use in your home and why it is treated differently.