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Whole House vs. Under the Sink Reverse Osmosis (R/O) Water Filtration Systems

Nothing is better than great tasting water and crystal clear ice cubes directly from your own tap.
If members of your household are noticing odd flavors or something that doesn't taste quite right in your water, it might be time to have your water tested. Water softeners get rid of some heavy metals and water hardness, but it is reverse osmosis water filtration systems that remove organic and inorganic materials that contaminate your water and contribute to unhealthful, odd tasting water.

Florida’s Karst Aquifers and Springs Are Natural Ground Water Movement Systems

Florida’s natural geographical water movement systems are unique with many “methods” of movement. Many of the methods are easy for all to see. Such as rain, a river, lakes, bogs, and natural springs to mention a few. However, many methods occur every day, unknowingly all around us.

Certain Plumbing Service Reviews in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee County

Here are a few plumbing customer reviews that we've received from customers in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee county. Some of the cities we service in these counties include; Sarasota, Venice, North Port, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Arcadia, Myakka, Bradenton, and Lakewood Ranch.

Sulfur Removal Options In Charlotte County

Smelly Water is one of the most common complaints about well usage in Port Charlotte, North Port, Charlotte County and southwest Florida. Most often the ‘rotten egg’ smell is the issue residents complain about. This odor is the result of Hydrogen Sulfide (sulfur) gas which is released when the water comes in contact with the air.

Certain Water Treatment Reviews in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee County

Here are a few water treatment customer reviews that we've received from customers in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee county. Some of the cities we service in these counties include; Sarasota, Venice, North Port, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Arcadia, Myakka, Bradenton, and Lakewood Ranch.

Water Health Benefits – How Much Water Should You Drink To Be Healthy

Your body needs water to help regulate your organs and temperature as well as moving nutrients throughout the body. Did you know that most headaches are caused by a lack of water? People drink more water when it taste better and that is why it is so critical to have a quality drinking water system at your home and office.

Reverse Osmosis Systems: What Are They and Why Do You Need it?

In order to understand reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment you need to know what osmosis is, so let’s try an experiment. Place a few dried peas in a cup and fill it with purified reverse osmosis water. In another cup, pour in some brine (a thick solution of salt water) and put a few fresh peas in it. Allow the solutions to sit for a few hours, and you will see the dried peas in the reverse osmosis water swell up. The fresh peas in the salt-water solution shriveled up. What happened!? Peas are made of cells, like all living organisms, and each cell is covered with a semi-permeable membrane (in other words, some things can get through it’s skin, but some things can’t). Reverse osmosis works similar to the pea in that a semi-permeable membrane allows the water to pass through, but not any dissolved substances like salts and other contaminants.

Certain Well Service Reviews in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee County

Here are a few well service customer reviews that we've received from customers in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee county. Some of the cities we service in these counties include; Sarasota, Venice, North Port, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Nokomis, Arcadia, Myakka, Bradenton, and Lakewood Ranch.