If you want to learn about different water treatment options, welcome to the water treatment blog! We will discuss common practices in municipal water treatment, as well as different contaminants that are often found in municipal water supplies. Our hope is that this blog will help you determine whether a water filter is right for you — and specifically which water filter is right for you. At Home Water Solutions, we want to ensure that your water is filtering out as many contaminants as possible, leaving your water clean, pure, and safe. To get a free water test, visit our website to learn more.

  1. What’s the Difference Between Water Softening and Water Filtration?

    In our last blog post, we talked about the difference between hard water and soft water. Hard water, in essence, has minerals it picked up from the rocks that it passed through when it fell as rain. Soft water is missing those minerals. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the difference between water softening and water filtration. Home Water Solutions in Loveland and Hayden offers the best water f…Read More

  2. What’s the Difference Between Hard Water and Soft Water?

    Most of us have heard of hard water and soft water, but what’s the actual difference? And does it matter? Home Water Solutions, a whole house water filter system company based out of Loveland, CO, and Hayden, ID, specializes in offering water filtration systems for your home or business. We offer reverse osmosis water filtration systems so you can have the cleanest water possible and not have to…Read More

  3. 5 Tips to Conserve Water

    Home Water Solutions in Loveland and Hayden is passionate about water quality — so much so that we’ve dedicated our lives to bringing you the highest-quality water through our home water filtration systems. Relying on the technology of reverse osmosis, our whole-house water filtration systems will remove almost all of the impurities from your drinking water that was not removed by your public …Read More

  4. Reverse Osmosis Explained

    Home Water Solutions, with offices in Loveland, Thornton, and Hayden, ID, offers whole-house water systems, using reverse osmosis. But what exactly is reverse osmosis as it pertains to water treatment? Below, we’ll explain the process so you’ll understand exactly what is reverse osmosis and why it’s superior to all other water filtration systems. Contact us today for a free water test to lea…Read More

  5. Reverse Osmosis Water Filters vs. Carbon Filters

    One of the biggest things to consider in water filtration is whether you decide to use a reverse osmosis water filter or a carbon filter. You know that water filtration is important, especially when you use it in your whole home. It's possible to see incredible benefits when you install a whole-house water filter, but the benefits you see depend on which water filter you install. At Home Water Sol…Read More

  6. Do you Need a Water Softener?

    Water is an incredibly important part of our lives. We are either consuming it to keep our bodies well hydrated, or we are using it in our homes or at work. Chemists call it the universal solvent, and it has incredible properties that make it unlike any other substance in the world. Water can carry tiny particles by dissolving them or suspending them, which makes it a versatile substance for doing…Read More

  7. Water Treatment Supplies

    Do you have an issue with your water that you want to purchase new water treatment products? Before going to the nearest water treatment supplies store, it’s important to understand the options that are available. There are lots of types of water treatment technologies available in the market today. Water treatment supplies can be anything that refers to improving the quality of your water. Wate…Read More

  8. The Real Costs of Bottled Water

    Drinking water has undeniable health benefits, which often leads many people to buy bottled water. However, contrary to popular belief, bottled water does not necessarily provide a higher quality of water than water from the tap. In fact, roughly half of bottled water companies bottle their water from a municipal tap. Investing in a good reusable water bottle will be of better benefit to your heal…Read More

  9. Learn About Water Treatment

    Water treatment is the process used to make water safe for use and consumption by human beings. Water treatment facilities employ multi-step processes in order to filter and disinfect local water supply before it is distributed through the city’s waterways. Although individual processes may vary by region, they all follow a basic set of guidelines and regulations mandated by the Environmental Pr…Read More

  10. What Water Treatment Facilities Miss

    Contaminants might still be in your tap water after it’s been processed at your local treatment facility. Tap water quality is more closely monitored than that of bottled water, but that doesn’t mean that the water coming out of your kitchen sink is contaminant-free. Tap water in big cities has the strictest practices for disinfection, filtering, removal of pathogens, and testing for Giardia a…Read More