Latest Posts

How to Remove That Rotten Egg Smell from Your Water

October 6, 2017 9:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

A rotten egg smell is the classic hallmark that indicates that you have hydrogen sulfide gas in your water. Hydrogen sulfide gas is usually produced by harmless bacteria that feed on trace plant and biological matter in water systems, especially in well water, and as a byproduct produce sulfur gas. The sulfur could also be naturally present, not from bacteria, but because you are near a natural gas or oil-drilling facility. Whatever the cause, if you have a strong rotten egg odor to your water, and you find this odor distasteful, here’s what you need to do to get your... View Article

What Are No Salt Water Softeners? Do They Really Work?

September 21, 2017 5:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you’ve been looking into a water softener system in Shelby County, OH and trying to figure out what the best choice is for your household, the guide below should provide some more insight, specifically as it pertains to no salt water softeners. About no salt water softeners First, contrary to what you may have heard in the past, you should know that there are more differences between a salt-based (or traditional) water softener and a no salt water softener than the fact that one does not rely on salt. With that out of the way, we want to make... View Article

Benefits of a Reverse Osmosis System in Shelby County, OH

September 11, 2017 4:58 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Looking for an environmentally sound water option? You might find it useful to learn more about reverse osmosis water systems that are available for sale or rental in Shelby County, OH. First, let’s look at what a reverse osmosis water system is, and then delve more into its benefits. What is a reverse osmosis system? A reverse osmosis system in Shelby County, OH is a water filtration system that removes impurities from water, including bacteria, sulfates, pesticides, chlorine, lead, fluoride and more. The components can frequently be installed under a kitchen sink. The reverse osmosis process typically includes four steps:... View Article