As any good chef will tell you, it’s critical to know exactly what you’re putting into your recipe. Yet oftentimes, there are a few unknown ingredients that might slip past your watchful eye. Even if you pay extreme attention to the brand of ingredients you buy, cooking times, amounts, and everything else in between, there is one variable at play that you might be missing altogether: your water. If you’re using water from your tap you are likely adding trace amounts of minerals and other undesirables right into your food. Have you ever opened up your dishwasher, only to smell a slight egg-like aroma coming from the recently washed dishes? No, it’s not the detergent you used and it’s probably not something stuck in the dishwasher. It’s from the water itself. Do you really want to be adding that to your holiday meals? Of course not. That’s exactly why you want to begin cooking with filtered water.
Have you noticed your water tastes a bit off? Perhaps if you leave a glass out overnight you wake up to mineral residue collecting around the bottom of the cup. Or maybe after shows your skin feels dry and smells like chlorine. There’s no limit to the kinds of water issues your home may experience. While the water is more than likely safe to drink it doesn’t mean you won’t be left with smelly dishes out of the dishwasher or dry, dull hair. Thankfully, whatever the problem may be, Quality Water has a water filtration system just for you.
Perhaps your skin doesn’t feel dry or smell like chemicals after taking a shower, and maybe your dishes come out smelling clean out of the dishwasher. In these instances you might not need full-house systems. Instead, you might only want to find a way to remove minerals found within the water, so the water you drink is as pure as possible. In these instances, Quality Water provides several drinking water systems. Read More
When 2019 kicked off, many people dusted off that classic phrase: “new year, new me!” Time will tell whether that “new me” business sticks. However, there is a far more important goal we think you should focus on: “new year, new water!” Many of us are forced to either spend a ton of money on bottled water or drink tap water that is filled with contaminants. However, you can get the best of both worlds by using Kinetico water treatment systems.
New to the world of water purification and treatment? Keep reading to learn more about the products that may be best for you!
Ever worry that the water you are drinking every day may actually be poisoning you?
It may sound scary and overly dramatic. But if your water has been contaminated by bacteria, then you may be taking a huge risk with every single sip of water. Fortunately, there is an easy solution to this particular conundrum. Knowing how to test water can ensure that it is free of any harmful bacteria. And if the water is contaminated? Then you’ll know that you need to take some major steps to make sure your water is clean and healthy once again.
The human body is 80 percent water. You need to sustain this level of water in your body by drinking at least eight glasses of water daily. Since hydration is a key element to human survival, it’s important to choose wisely and be careful when selecting the type of water that you drink. Typically, tap water is full of health-threatening contaminants that can cause severe problems to your body. There are two types of water that you can hydrate with: filtered water and bottled water. This article examines the pros and cons of filtered water and bottled water to help you understand why you need to purchase the best whole home water filter today. Read More
Charlotte, like many cities across the South, is becoming a destination for singles and growing families alike. This has increased the strain on natural resources and risked the integrity of Charlotte water quality. Currently, the greater Charlotte area uses just under 190 million gallons of water per day. If that number surprises you, hold on. By 2065, water usage is predicted to increase to almost 420 million gallons a day. Where will most of this water come from? The Catawba-Wateree River system. Read More