Pulp Functions: Marketing Support for Indy Soft Water!
Here at Indy Soft Water, we love supporting our community and partnering with other locally-owned small businesses that share our values. Those are a couple of the reasons why we’ve been so happy to work with Pulp Functions.We first touched base with them at the tail-end of 2017. (Big thanks to our friends at Ambre […]
Indy Soft Water Case Study: Bierman ABA
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 you fill up your reusable water bottle and know that […]
Top 5 Holiday Activities—Our Family Traditions in Indy
This year we’ve been sharing a lot of great soft water and water filtration info on our blog, but as a family-owned business, it’s nice to take some time out at the end of the year to show you a little more of our “behind the scenes” at Indy Soft Water. The holiday season is […]
Beat Dry Hair with Soft Water vs. Hard Water
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 in hard water or soft water plays a big role […]
The 5 Best Summer Water Trips Around Indianapolis
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 summertime! We’ve got one of largest city parks […]
What’s in My Water?
To understand what’s in our water, we first have to know where it’s coming from. The Indianapolis area spans eight counties (Marion, Johnson, Morgan, Hendricks, Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, and Shelby) and relies on several water sources. Surface water comes from creeks, streams, rivers, and reservoirs. Groundwater comes from rain and snow that seeps into the […]