How to Find the Best Water Softener Location for Your Home

You have decided to improve the quality of your family‚Äôs water and extend the life of your appliances by installing a water softener. Now, you will need to consider where it will be installed. Several factors will influence where you might be able to fit the water softener in your home. The first is the…

Water Treatment Solutions at the Cottage

The cottage! The place we go to get away from it all and enjoy a relaxing summer weekend in nature. However, the more rustic environment also means your water source may not be safe for drinking or cooking. More often than not, cottage lake water is not safe for drinking as it contains bacteria and…

How to Deal with Rust Stains in your Sink, Tub and Toilet

Water is a natural solvent, absorbing a little bit of everything it comes in contact with, sometimes resulting in unpleasant odours, taste and colour. If there are high levels of clear iron in your water, you may not notice at first, but over time you will see rust stains in your sink, tub and toilet.…

Does Your Water Stink?

If you have a rotten egg smell in your sink, it may be that there are high levels of sulphur in your ground water. A lack of oxygen can cause sulphur to create Hydrogen Sulphide gas, which causes that rotten egg smell and taste. That foul smell can sometimes become so strong that your laundry…

What To Do About Chlorine Smell / Taste In Drinking Water?

When you turn on your tap, does your water smell and taste like chlorine? If your water comes from a municipal water source, then it most likely does. Municipalities use chlorine as a disinfectant and to keep water safe from bacteria as it travels through pipes to your home. Chlorine plays an important role in…