Author: indywater

If you’re bothered by the taste and smell of chlorine in your home’s water, you might want to think about what else is going on. Using chlorinated water has other concerns for your home, too. We’re taking a behind-the-scenes look at how chlorine reacts with water-using...

Choosing a water system for your home can be tricky, but we’re here to help make each step crystal clear. There isn’t always an obvious choice for your new softener or filtration system because every family and every water line is different. That’s why the...

If your hair feels more brittle or damaged in the summer months, don’t be too quick to blame your blow dryer. Strange as it may sound, the real issue for dry hair comes down to what happens when your hair is wet. Washing your hair...

When you have the right water, setting up your new fish tank is easy—even for beginners! Understanding the difference between tap water and filtered water will help ensure that your fish have a healthy, happy life in their new home. Aquarium Cleaning Tips First, you’ve got to...

It seems so contradictory that the lands we treasure and protect as National Parks are full of disposable plastic water bottles. An estimated one-third of parks’ waste coming from these bottles. The fact that more and more parks and bottle-free organizations are are pushing for better water...

If you’re getting tired of your old Indy summer stomping grounds, check out some of our ideas. They’re all family-friendly and close to water so you can beat the heat—and your boredom—at the same time. Eagle Creek Park We can’t get enough of Eagle Creek in the...

Summer hydration is important for everyone—including our four-legged friends. Dogs and cats can get dehydrated just like humans. That’s why we’re extending our hydration post to talk about the best drinking water for pets. In particular, why is Fido lapping up toilet water? 1.  Their Main...

Staying hydrated is more important than ever when the summer heat sets in. Rising temperatures and active summer days mean you and your family need to drink more water than usual to prevent dehydration. But with these quick tips, it’s easy to get into the...

With hot summer days approaching and outdoor water usage rising, some homeowners need to watch more than just their water efficiency. This season’s activities might be also affecting your water’s hardness. If your city pre-softens its water during treatment, you need to consider how your...

No one likes weak water pressure at the faucet, but if you’re enjoying showers with pressure as strong as a waterfall, you might want to dial it down. High water pressure can actually be a bigger nuisance for you and your home than a slow...