Posts Tagged ‘water softeners’

In the world of water softeners, terminology can often be used to mystify or conflate the truth. After all, most consumers are simply concerned with eliminating the scale buildup that results from hard water: why get bogged down in scientific details? However, doing your homework and researching the meaning behind the latest branding of water […]

water park slide

In an increasingly water-conscious world, a water park seems like a luxury from the past. Imagine the water consumption of a 900,000-gallon water park in a state afflicted by drought. The park would use a stunning 328,500,000 gallons a year if it refilled every day. Fortunately, no water park consumes that much water, if for […]

Woman looking for fluoride in her water

In the light of recent drinking water crises in the country, many concerned owners have decided to take action and protect themselves from potential contaminants found in drinking water. Even in treated drinking water, a common concern is the presence of fluoride, which many city districts use to flush out other chemicals and minerals in […]

water softeners

Tap water can contain an alarming amount of substances that damage skin and hair, especially for seniors. As we age, our skin becomes less supple and resilient, making the elderly more susceptible to a range of skin conditions, including psoriasis, dermatitis, and eczema. The good news is often these conditions can be resolved by installing […]

Downtown Brentwood

As part of the City of Brentwood’s commitment to reduce chloride levels in wastewater, the city now offers a generous water softener financial incentive package for residents considering purchasing a non-salt or potassium-based water softening unit. The City of Brentwood, CA is offering $700 for existing salt-based softeners to be removed by prequalified plumbers and […]