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After the holidays, the winter weather can start to take a toll on our spirits. The weeks of dry winter air, dry skin, and chapped lips are harder to overlook once the new year sets in. But this halfway point for winter doesn’t have to be...

Line up eight different glasses of water, and you’ll be surprised at how much the quality can vary. One glass might be plain tap water, treated by your city. The second could be sparkling water, with a low water pH level. The next few might...

Sipping on a hot cup of tea is a great way to warm up this season. But with all the different varieties of tea, how do you know which one will have the best benefits? Tea that keeps you energized won’t be the good choice to...

Updates to our country’s environmental rules and the EPA have been making headlines all year. But what’s really going on with these changes and the proposed federal budget for 2018? We’re taking a look at 2017 to stay informed and up-to-date. Key Changes to the EPA...

As you celebrate with family and friends this holiday season, please know that all of us here at Indy Soft Water are thankful for you. We’re proud to serve the Indianapolis area, and are honored that you’ve welcomed us into your own business or home. Your...

The water coming from your faucet shouldn’t have any weird odors, and you definitely don’t want it to have a funky taste. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Even water that’s deemed safe by the treatment plant can still have some undesirable characteristics. Issues regarding water...

Getting a great deal has always been a priority for shoppers. It doesn’t really matter what you’re buying. Cost, convenience, and quality all come into play. Then again, there’s also the issue of values. If you want your purchases to go toward a cause you...

Coffee is one of those special treats that can be prepared in a dozen different ways. You can brew it with a cute French press, try your hand at pour over coffee, or go fuss-free with a Keurig machine (our fav at the office). Whatever your preferred method, fixing your own...

The green muck found in certain bodies of water is becoming a bigger problem in recent years. Algae spreads fast, and as it does, it can add cyanotoxins into the water. Everything from murky ponds in the woods, to our local water supply can be...