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How does a reverse osmosis water filtration system work?

By wolverine_water | October 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

Trying to figure out which water treatment system is right for you? Reverse osmosis systems are one of our most popular options to help your tap water taste fresh and clean. Here’s a brief look at how these systems work and some points to consider if you’re thinking about installing one in your home. How […]

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5 Ways Hard Water Hurts Your Hair

Prevents your shampoo from working effectively Hard water is chock full of extra minerals, like calcium and magnesium. While these extra minerals aren’t harmful to your health (technically, it is safe to drink, clean and wash with), they can cause a whole host of other problems. The extra minerals in hard water can prevent your […]

How hard water is ruining your cleaning routine

You put in hard work to have a clean home, so we know it’s frustrating when newly cleaned areas still look dull and drab or you can see stubborn spots that just won’t scrub away. The fact of the matter is that it doesn’t matter how fancy your detergent or cleaners are or how hard […]

How worried should I be about PFAS?

News of PFAS contamination has been seeping into local headlines more and more over the past few years, especially in Michigan. But as scientists and researchers uncover more data about PFAS and their adverse health effects, the questions facing everyday consumers become more and more murky. The first step to protecting your family from PFAS […]

Three ways hard water is ruining your laundry (and what you can do about it)

Is your favorite sweater starting to fade or feel thin after just a few washes? The likely culprit is hard water. Nearly 85% of homes have hard water, so unless you already have a whole-home water purification system installed, hard water is likely putting a damper on your cleaning regimen. Hard water is full of […]
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Well-Water vs. Municipal Water

4 Ways They Are Drastically Different 1) They come from different sources (sort of) While both municipal water and well water systems pull water from common geological sources, the way the water is treated is drastically different. How does municipal water work? The majority of municipal water comes from surface water—rain or snow that’s collected […]

7 Signs It’s Time to Consider a Water Treatment System

We might not always know when a water system is necessary for our home. But here are seven key indicators that will help you decide when to start looking for home water system options. Whether you have a private well or are part of the municipal water system, common tap water contaminants can make your […]