Water Filters

Water PH

What Is The Ideal Water pH Level For Your Home?

If you’ve been sensing your drinking water is not quite right — perhaps it has a bitter taste or you are noticing calcium buildup on your faucets — it could be a sign that your water pH level is too high. When showering, this can also cause your skin and hair to dry out.  On the other hand, if your water pH level is too low, this means your water is acidic. Acidic water can be caused by several factors but is more likely to be found in homes situated near large industrial plants or areas with substantial pollution.  Water …

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Types of Water Contaminants Found In Arizona’s Water

Arizona is the fourth driest state in the nation and water needs to be conserved and used efficiently. The hard water climate in Phoenix means that water quality is a constant challenge for the city’s residents. Still, they have made significant strides in maintaining the water quality that is made available. Wells are the most common drinking water source in Arizona because there are few rivers or lakes for surface-water supply. Wells may be drilled into bedrock or into unconsolidated material that yields groundwater. In either case, many types of common contaminants in water from the outside environment may become …

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What is a Whole House Filtration Water System?

Most of our household water sources are not 100% contamination-free. In fact, much of the water we get to our homes (tap water) contains several contaminants, mostly from environmental and industrial pollution. Whether the water is sourced from lakes, rivers, wells, or glaciers, there is always some level of contamination.  These contaminants can include anything ranging from natural minerals to artificial chemicals from human activities. For instance, surface water (lakes and rivers) is exposed to stormwater runoff, acid rain, pesticides, or industrial chemical wastes. Groundwater (wells), on the other hand, is easily exposed to septic waste, agricultural chemicals, disease-producing pathogens, …

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What is a Multi-Stage Water Filter, and Why Do You Need it?

Clean, uncontaminated water is paramount for your health, as well as that of your home’s plumbing system and appliances. However, water connected to our homes might not always be 100% safe, especially for consumption. That’s why we need efficient water filtration systems.  In some cases, single-stage filters are inadequate to remove all the contaminants, especially when contamination levels are high. All harmful bacteria build-up leached metals, and chemical pollutants need to be removed to have that clean, safe water for home use.  A multi-stage water filter system comes in handy to ensure that the water flowing in your house is …

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Water Filter vs. Purifiers

Water Filter vs. Purifiers: Is There A Difference?

We all know the importance of clean water. Whether we are consuming it or using it for cleaning, dirty water is not helpful and can make us really unwell. There are a range of methods to ensure you have clean water to conduct your daily activities. The problem is that it can be confusing to determine the difference between these methods and the one that is best suited for your situation. Water filters and water purifiers are both commonly used to treat water, but what is the difference between the two? We’ve done a comprehensive rundown of water filters vs …

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