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How Can I Get My Home’s Water Tested for PFAS?

In August 2022, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) moved to officially classify certain PFAS chemicals as hazardous in order to help clean-up efforts and hold those who pollute accountable for their actions. But many Michigan residents have been dealing with PFAS contamination for years. And the next steps are still uncertain.  The best way for …

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Testing your water at home? Get some help interpreting the results.

Knowing what’s in your home’s water is the first step to making sure it’s clean and pure. You can schedule a free in-home water test with our Wolverine Water experts anytime. But there are also many home-test kits available in local hardware stores. If you’ve recently tested your water by yourself at home, here is …

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5 signs your Wolverine Water system could use a tune-up

At Wolverine Water, we pride ourselves on creating quality whole home water treatment systems, made of durable metal materials — never plastic. But over time, all machines begin to slow down and show signs of wear and tear. Wolverine Water guarantees our units and offers free maintenance for the entire first-year after installation. It’s still …

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What should I do if I receive a Boil Water Notice?

If you have municipal water, you could at some point receive a “Boil Water Notice” from your local water authority. Authorities issue these warnings when pathogens enter your water supply (bacteria, viruses, protozoa or parasites) to a level that could cause illness. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including equipment failure or broken …

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How to remove hard water stains (and keep them from ever coming back)

Pesky hard water stains can ruin your cleaning routine. If you’re sick of cleaning crusty mineral build-up off of your faucets, sinks, shower doors and toilets over and over again, keep reading. We have a few ideas on how to cut through the grime and keep it from ever coming back.  Dry Surfaces Immediately An …

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