Soft Water Success

What bacteria is found in drinking water?

Most Americans, about 90 percent, get their drinking water from public water systems, which are monitored and regulated by the Environmental Protectio...

The History of Water Softeners

One of the most significant public health achievements of the 20th century, without a doubt according to the Centers for Disease Control and Preventio...

What Kind of Salt Does My Water Softener Need?

With all the different kinds of salt available, it's easy to get lost when trying to choose what salt is right for your water softener. Some of the to...

My Water Smells Like Rotten Eggs

Do you have water issues? Is your water starting to have a foul odor that leaves your family running for the door? There's nothing worse than having s...

3 Water Games to Beat the Heat

Indianapolis has already seen temperatures above 90 degrees, and it is not even officially summer yet!  2018 is set to be a hot summer, but trying to ...

5 Easy Ways to Conserve Water Today

With summer fast approaching, get ready to start seeing a steady increase in your water bill.  The kids are out of school and using more water when th...

How Does A Water Softener Work?

If you live in an area with hard water, you know that having a water softener system in your home is a must. Even though you know you need one, you ma...

4 Ways Hard Water is Affecting Your Hair

Living in an area with hard water can affect you in many ways. One of the most noticeable is how hard water affects your hair. Stringy, unmanageable h...

Is It Safe to Drink Softened Water?

We all know that having a water softener in your home benefits you in many ways.  Because water softeners use salt to treat the water, some people may...

Everything You Need to Know About Water Softener Salt

    What is water softener salt? Water softener salt is used to soften hard water. Hard water is water with a high mineral content, and the desire to ...