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.
How To Treat Your Home's Municipal Water
Although city water is treated before it reaches your home, most municipal water is hard and contains some level of contaminants. Learn about common city water problems and how in-home water treatment solves 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.
What is Soft Water?
Many water supplies naturally include minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium that make the water hard. Soft Water is water that is free from these minerals.
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.
What is the difference between a Single Tank Water Softener vs. a Dual Tank Water Softener
A water softener has two jobs: to soften the water and to clean itself during the regeneration cycle. The goal is to find a system that can provide soft water to your home, even during regeneration, without unnecessary waste.