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The biggest and most important health advantage of installing a whole home water filter is that it’s the best way to ensure that you and your family have an ample supply of water that’s safe and healthy to drink.

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Hard water alters our skin’s oil so that instead of flowing like a liquid, it becomes a bit thicker and waxier. This can lead to clogged pores, which causes many complexion problems ranging from blackheads to larger pimples to rosacea.

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Whether you’re a new homeowner or have owned a home for a while, it’s a good idea to get a water hardness and purity test because Florida’s water is notoriously high in hard minerals. Here are the five most important reasons to get one.

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You may be wondering if drinking softened water is a safe and healthy thing to do. In this blog we look at some of the myths and realities of drinking softened water.

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Is buying a water softening system worth the cost? Read what an Angie’s List expert has to say.

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A lot of the focus on water softening systems has to do with the effect hard water has on your appliances and plumbing. Those things are important, but did you know that even something as simple as installing a shower filter for hard water can have big health benefits for your skin?

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The benefits of installing a water filtration system in your home mostly center around better taste, longer appliance life span, and convenience of drinking straight from the tap. But investing in filtered water also benefits your health in these four ways.

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In an interview, McKnight claims that rinsing your hair, post-shampoo, in mineral water is “crucial for washing out the hard water and helps to balance the pH of your scalp.” Hard water and water with a high pH, says McKnight, are both “awful” for your hair.

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We all know “soft” water is more desirable than “hard” water, but what exactly is the difference between soft and hard water and why should it matter to you and your family?

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Dr. Sheldon G. Sheps from the Mayo Clinic weighs in on the debate around increased sodium levels present in softened water.
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