Drinking Water

  1. 4 Advantages to Purifying Your Water Through Reverse Osmosis

    A lot of people have heard of reverse osmosis when it comes to their drinking water. But they’re not sure what the advantages are of it, or what it actually removes from drinking water. Below we’ll look at some of the things that reverse osmosis will remove from water and some of the other advantages… Read More

  2. 7 Signs Your Drinking Water May Be Contaminated

    Contaminated drinking water can cause a lot of problems, including health issues. The good news is that there are signs to look for that can determine if your water is contaminated. Below are seven signs that your water may be contaminated.

  3. Can Iron in Your Drinking Water Affect Your Health?

    There is no taste to pure water, but water’s also naturally a solvent. This means, most of the minerals from the groundwater, which includes iron, are going to go into water. When there is a lot of iron in your drinking water, it can have a taste that is unpleasant and metallic. Iron’s a very… Read More

  4. Is Water Treatment Needed for Iron in Your Drinking Water?

    Pure water has no taste, but water is a natural solvent. Most minerals from groundwater, including iron, will be absorbed by water. Most of us don’t like even the idea of iron or an metal in our drinking water. It would be natural to jump the conclusion that you need water quality testing and a… Read More

  5. Safe Drinking Water and Backflow Prevention

    Safe Drinking Water and Backflow Prevention

    Most people do not know what backflow prevention is or why it is important. In Florida, we routinely pass backflow prevention devices as we drive down the road, and may not be aware of them. So what is a backflow prevention device and why should I care? Everybody that has indoor plumbing obtains their water… Read More