Water, Home & Health
Having better water improves your life.
Water impacts nearly every part of our lives. It acts as fuel for our bodies, we need water to cook food, clean our homes and perform other daily tasks. Something we don't often think about is how the quality of our water affects everything around us. Discover how having better water can improve your life, your home and more. To learn more about your water quality, Schedule a Free Water Test.
Do You Drink Bottled Water? You Could Be Consuming Microplastics.
Studies show bottled water contains microplastic particles. Learn how plastic particles can leach into drinking water and how you can avoid consuming it.
Bottled Water vs. Filtered Water: Which Is Best For You?
Compare and contrast bottled water with in-home water filters to determine which is best for you.
How Much Water Should You Drink Each Day?
Water makes up about 60 percent of the human body, but we lose water by breathing, sweating and simply living. If we lose water and don't replenish it, it affects our ability to function properly. To be our best, we have to stay hydrated. Learn how to measure and improve your hydration.
What are PFAS, PFOA and PFOS?
PFAS, PFOA and PFOS, also called forever chemicals, are emerging contaminants affecting water supplies. Learn about the chemicals, how they can affect your water and how to remove PFAS from your water.
What Are the Effects of Hard Water on Glassware?
Water spots on your glasses or shower doors can be an eyesore. Learn what causes these water spots, how to get rid of them and how to prevent them from coming back.
Cooking With Filtered Water
Learn what effect your water quality can have on your cooking and baking.
Did You Know Hard Water Can Affect Your Appliances?
If your home has hard water, your water-using appliances are at risk of degrading from scale buildup caused by hard water. Learn about appliance damage from hard water and how to protect your appliances.
Is There Lead In The Water At Your Child's School?
Lead has been in the news a lot in the last several years. More recently, lead in water has been a topic of concern for schools. Learn what steps you can take to protect your child from possible lead exposure while they’re at school.