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Water is vital to our health and very existence, but without the proper filtration it can damage our bodies. We get a lot of questions from our neighbors and customers relating to water contaminants. This week, we’re taking a look at pesticides in our drinking...

Indiana tap water comes in contact with a long list of contaminants during its journey to our homes. The water has to travel far, and it’s exposed to pollutants all along the way. The water source, local treatment plant, and even the pipes that bringing water to...

Whether you’re headed to the gym, jogging or biking outside, or cheering the kids on at the weekend soccer game, you know that hydration is key. It’s impossible to have a good workout—or climb, if you’re like our family—without a good source of water nearby....

Our tap water contains different minerals that naturally dissolved into the water at its source. They’re not exactly bad to drink, but they aren’t really necessary either. Your tap water can have traces of iron, potassium, and sodium in it, as well as calcium and...

There are a lot of factors to consider when you want to choose the best water softener for your home. The unit’s flow rate, regeneration frequency, and consumer reviews all play a part. One detail, though, stands above the rest. The king factor in selecting your...

Indy Soft Water is proud to service the Greenwood area! Questions about the kind of water system that might be best for your home? We’ve got you covered. The water quality in Greenwood has a few key concerns. Knowing which contaminants are in your tap...

A lot of people prefer the taste of water filtered by reverse osmosis (or “RO” for short). It’s a healthier and safer kind of drinking water, but it isn’t the only kind of water in our homes. Sure, a powerful water filter is great in...

Have you noticed that Greenwood and Indy’s Southeast side are booming? We’re expecting continued growth this year with more retail locations and plans for a new Costco. Pending a public hearing for rezoning (now set for March 26, according to the Indianapolis Business Journal), this store...

Tap water can look cloudy for a few different reasons. Usually it’s not a big deal, but running a faucet with foggy, milky water isn’t as nice as having the clear water we expect. So why do you have cloudy water in the first place?...