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Looking to buy a home is an exciting time, but you don’t want to get misled. The listing details for water quality can be tricky. Even if the sellers say that the home has a water filtration system, water softener, or other unit installed, you...

As we gear up for another great summer season, it’s often common (and also, unfortunate) to see your water bills rising. To help dispel your concerns, just make your way through this checklist. We’ve outlined the top five reasons for a high water bill so...

If you already have a water softener installed, you might wonder why you’d ever want to “turn it off.” Soft water is great for your indoor chores because it helps certain appliances run more efficiently. But that doesn’t mean you need to use soft water...

We all want clean water for our families. And as the recent news reports have shown, it’s even more important for our children to have safe drinking water. Concerns about lead poisoning and questions about autism keep causing people to take a closer look at...

We talk a lot about home water filtration here at Indy Soft Water, but we’re equally passionate about having clean water everywhere around town. You might have a great water filter in your kitchen, but what about the other places you go? Where else can...

Leading a healthy lifestyle goes hand-in-hand with hydration. But all too often, people end up reaching for bottled water. There are so many better ways to get your drinking water! If you have the option to make a change, stop buying plastic water bottles. You’ll be...

The official date for World Water Day is March 22, but raising awareness for water conservation and water safety is a year-round, daily mission. So, in honor of World Water Day this year, we’d like to draw a little more attention to the women all...

Want to hydrate the right way? It’s not as simple as chugging 8 glasses of water a day. According to Ayurvedic traditions, the manner in which you drink water—from your posture, to the water temperature—can affect how your mind and body respond. Around the world, water...

Noticing any scent coming from your water can be off-putting. After all, water isn’t supposed to smell like anything! If you’re getting a whiff of chlorine or bleach at the faucet, it’s normal to have some questions. Unfortunately, that “chemical” scent is probably more common than...

Water treatment plants in the United States have been using chlorine for more than a century. And as a disinfectant, chlorine works great. When it was first introduced to our municipal water supplies, it had a major impact on widespread disease. Cases of cholera dropped...