Depending on where you live and the source of your household water, you may notice that your water has a specific “flavor.” For many people, though, the water that comes from their tap tastes metallic. It might be subtle, or it might be very noticeable. But, why do you have metallic tasting water? And, is there anything you can do about it?
Tag: Drinking Water Systems
Both of these popular systems have many great benefits for the home but offer very different results. Because they both affect the home’s water, it is understandable that one could confuse them. Many people might assume that these two types of systems are the same, but this is not the case. Here are a few of the key differences between drinking water systems and water softeners. Drinking vs. Washing Drinking water systems are for the water you and your loved ones drink. Does your drinking water have a funny taste or odor? A drinking water system is the solution. Drinking
So we’ve all been told at one point or another to drink more water. But why? The main reasons include numerous health benefits. And, the amount you consume can increase these benefits. In fact, experts recommend that you drink 8 to 10 glasses of water each day. How many glasses of water do you drink? Chances are you are not always meeting the suggested quota. It’s important to take a look at why this might be. Do you have limited access to quality drinking water? Does your home’s tap water have a bad taste or odor? These are all deterrents
If you suspect your home’s drinking water is contaminated, the first thing you should do is call us for a free water analysis and estimate. Depending on the results of the analysis, we might recommend a water purification system for your house. Drinking water systems in Prior Lake are gaining popularity, so here is a brief rundown of a few different types and how they work.
In this day and age, drinking water systems are becoming more and more popular as people become more health conscious and more aware of the direct impact they can have on the environment. We install drinking water systems in Minnetonka and the surrounding areas, and we have a few suggestions on what you should think about as you are doing your research on drinking water systems.
We sell and install drinking water systems in Chanhassen and the surrounding areas, and sometimes people are confused about the difference between drinking water systems and water softeners. A common misconception is that these two types of systems are the same, but this is not the case. Here are a few ways drinking water systems and water softeners differ.
Do you know what’s in your drinking water? The Washingtonian recently asked this question in a very well-written article. The article focuses on the quality of water in and around Washington, D.C., which gets its water from the Potamac River, a surface water source (Minneapolis and St Paul get theirs from another surface source, the Mississippi River). The article noted: