Published: April 22, 2020

    How to Take a Relaxing Shower

    These are trying times. Many of us are naturally experiencing an uptick of stress and anxiety as we navigate the new normal and do our best to stay in touch with loved ones. Whether it’s meditation, stretching, or weekly calls with your best friend, many methods exist for you to reduce your anxiety level. As […]

    Published: April 7, 2020

    How to Easily Replace Your Sediment Filter

    The best part about our Pelican Sediment Filter models PC40 and PC80 is that you can change the filters yourself. There’s no waiting around for maintenance to come and do the job.  Changing your filter Before changing your filter, turn off the main water supply that runs through your system. Also, make sure all your tanks are […]

    Published: April 7, 2020

    Testing Your Water for E. Coli

    Chances are you’ve seen or heard news of an E. coli outbreak on your local news at some point in the recent past. The coverage was more than likely announcing a recall of a specific grocer’s compromised produce or meats. However, what many of these news stories fail to mention is that E. coli contamination […]

    Published: April 1, 2020

    Reverse Osmosis and Whole House Water Filtration Compared

    Filtering the water in your house is extremely important. The better the quality of water means better health and wellness for everyone in your home. However, we know there’s a long list of filters to choose from. So, where do you begin? Two popular types of filtration systems include a Reverse Osmosis System and a […]

    Published: April 1, 2020

    Protecting Florida Together: How to Take Action to Improve Water Quality

    Florida has long battled water quality issues brought on by climate change, pollution, and a delicate water infrastructure. To keep Florida residents fully informed and to connect them to the latest water quality news, the state of Florida recently unveiled its new online dashboard Protecting Florida Together. Protecting Florida Together Governor Ron DeSantis announced the […]

    Published: December 6, 2019

    Eco-friendly Holiday Tips

    Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, we can turn our full attention to the holidays. If you spent most of the year making environmentally conscious decisions, you probably already have a plan to continue those through Christmas. And, if you were more naughty than nice this year when it comes to being “green,” the holidays […]

    Published: October 30, 2019

    How to Disinfect Your Existing Water Filter System After a Hurricane or Flood

    Though there’s nothing but water around in the aftermath of extreme tropical storms and flooding, vulnerable families are in dire need of safe, clean drinking water. If your home is still intact and your plumbing system is functional, there are still many contaminants that may be compromising your water quality. Stormwater infiltrating water reservoirs combined […]

    Published: October 30, 2019

    Home Water Filtration Systems Compared

    Home water filtration is the best way to ensure your family is drinking safer, cleaner water that’s free from contaminants. An effective water filter system will remove the majority of chemicals and particles, including: Disinfectant by-products (DBPs) from water chlorination Fecal matter and other organic contaminants Hazardous fertilizer and pesticide runoff Waterborne bacteria, including legionella, […]

    Published: October 30, 2019


    When it comes to maintaining a freshwater aquarium, ensuring that the water quality is up to par is imperative for a fish’s survival. Water may seem to be a simple compound, always having a go-with-the-flow property. However, it can also be very complex and harmful – especially to fish that live in a freshwater aquarium. […]

    Published: October 30, 2019

    Threat of PFAS Contamination Lurks in Jacksonville, FL Wells

    The U.S. Navy has sounded the alarm on water contaminants that potentially seeped into private drinking water wells near Jacksonville, Florida. The Navy intends to test local wells for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) after it believes the chemicals seeped into the ground around Naval Station Mayport and Outlying Landing Field Whitehouse. Naval officials will […]