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The U.S. Department of the Interior defines hard water at 1 to 3.5 grains per gallon of calcium and magnesium bicarbonates occurring naturally in the water. About 80 percent of the water in the United States is considered to be hard water. Hard water can be a threat to our appliances such as dishwashers, washing… Read more »

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If you have a private drinking well, this is the perfect blog post for you. Does your family get their water from a private water well? Do you know if this is safe drinking? Are you feeling sick from drinking the water from your private water well? It is required that the U.S. Environmental Protection… Read more »

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Water softeners are the most efficient way to remove hardness from water. Water softeners have two components; a brine tank to hold the salt and a resin tank to hold the resin. This can either be two separate units or one unit, such as an all in one softener, which will have the resin tank… Read more »

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Summer is long gone and the kids are back in school. They are off to learn and expand their knowledge. Since we are all about water, we thought it would be cool to test your water knowledge! We have a few trivia questions and answers below. However, if you are looking to teach your kiddos… Read more »