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Removing Those Stubborn Hard Water Stains

19 June, 2017 (19:55) | Uncategorized | By: admin

How many times have you stood in the grocery store aisle and wondered what product was going to help remove those nasty white hard water stains? That “stuff” is left behind when you have hard water. It is comprised of calcium and magnesium and it is tough to get rid of! One of the easiest […]

The Tragedy of Unsafe Water in California

1 June, 2017 (22:52) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis, Water News | By: admin

We keep seeing that California has had plenty of snow and rain this winter. This is good news – it must mean that the drought is over and all the folks in CA have plenty of fresh quality drinking water now, right? Not so quick, almost 1 million people in the state are still being […]

Water Infrastructure Fails – What Now?

18 May, 2017 (20:16) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Reverse Osmosis, Water News | By: admin

No one wants to get a failing grade when it comes to drinking water, but on the latest Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) has rated the nation’s drinking water systems a D grade and wastewater systems a D+ grade. They’re old, they’re falling apart and that means bad […]

Unsafe Drinking Water in California is a Huge Problem

1 May, 2017 (18:40) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis, Water News | By: admin

It’s being estimated that 3,000 households have unsafe drinking water supplied to their homes in the San Diego area. Local area schools have been tested and have been told they have high levels of lead, copper and bacteria that exceeds the levels of safety. Drinking water contaminated with these elements, can lead to some serious […]

Reverse Osmosis Troubles: They May Come and Go …

21 April, 2017 (18:48) | Drinking Water System, Reverse Osmosis, Uncategorized | By: admin

Do you own a reverse osmosis water filtration system? Who maintains it? We hear from many of our customers that they feel like over time, their RO system just isn’t working like it used to and they’re begin getting concerned all over again about the quality of their drinking water. They want to know more about […]

Water Filtration is a Necessity Not a Luxury

15 March, 2017 (16:06) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis | By: admin

Almost 54% of homeowners feel that having a home water filtration system is a luxury. There seems to be misinformation about home drinking systems. So, when is a home water filtration system needed? Well the answer is more often than you might think! As ground water water flows into lakes, rivers, and streams, it will […]

Small Town Utilities Under Fire for Water Contamination

2 March, 2017 (17:13) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Reverse Osmosis, Water News | By: admin

A recent study showed that people living in smaller communities were more likely to have drinking water that contains high levels of lead. It has been found that many small utility companies are not being held to the same standards as large companies. About 100,000 people get their drinking water from utilities that discovered lead […]

How Does Fracking Affect Drinking Water Safety?

1 March, 2017 (22:35) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Reverse Osmosis, Water News | By: admin

What was once said to be safe for drinking water is now taking a different direction. When fracking and water contamination first became a topic of discussion years ago, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other agencies said that fracking would be safe for drinking water and water contamination was not a likely outcome. Thankfully, […]

How to Make Water Conservation a Way of Life

9 February, 2017 (15:55) | Drinking Water System, Reverse Osmosis, Water News, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

Living with Less Water in California Here in California, we have had to learn how to live with less water while still trying to maintain the same quality of life. While it has been no easy feat, Californians have done a pretty decent job of conserving water during the last several years of drought. Most […]

Winter Watering: What You Need to Know

31 January, 2017 (15:14) | Money Savings, Water News, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

There are two very important things we want you to consider saving more of this winter; money and water. When it comes to winter watering and desert landscaping, there are a few tips you can try that will help you do a better job controlling your winter irrigation habits. According to the Arizona Municipal Water […]