1. Install a Home Water Treatment System and Taste the Difference

    A couple things about the taste of water before we get into why home water treatment systems can change your entire relationship with water: it’s not supposed to have much of a taste. In fact, most of the time when you taste something in your water it’s one contaminant or another. If you’re partial to bottled water because of the superior taste, you’re not going crazy. Most bottled water c…Read More

  2. Home Water Treatment Systems Take out Chlorine and Hard Water Minerals

    Drinking a big glass a water straight from the faucet isn’t as dangerous in the United States as other places, but there are still plenty of minerals and other contaminants, including chemicals used to purify the water, that can be harmful if they build up in your body. You may have noticed that tap water tastes differently than bottled water. While bottled water usually has a clean, cool taste …Read More

  3. The Hidden Costs of Untreated Tap Water in Your Home

    Untreated tap water: for most residents on the Colorado Front Range, tap water is cheap or free depending on where you live. What you may not know is that there’s a hidden cost to using tap water for drinking and cleaning your dishes, clothes, and food. Although tap water is treated to take out most heavy metals and toxins before it comes out of your faucet, there are minerals and other contamin…Read More

  4. Read This Before Drinking Your Tapwater

    Tap water contains certain impurities that affect you in more ways than you can imagine. Weed killers, pharmaceuticals, agricultural runoff, chlorine, lead, and close to 2100 other contaminants have been found in U.S. tap water. Tests have shown that water from most houses built before the late 1980’s tested positive for trace amounts of lead. Weed killer was found in the water of 97 percent of …Read More

  5. Danger Of Lead Poisoning In Drinking Water

    Lead contamination in drinking water presents a serious health threat to both adults and children, yet is especially harmful to fetuses, infants, and young children. Lead is a toxic heavy metal that can easily go undetected, as it is colorless, tasteless, and odorless. Exposure to lead is possible through drinking water, air, and food but an approximate 20 percent of lead poisoning is attributed t…Read More