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  • Why You Should Choose iSpring

    Posted On 11/30/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Why You Should Choose iSpring

    When you're searching for the best water filtration systems, it can be challenging to find the right product to meet your needs. However, at iSpring, we've been specializing in creating clean water solutions for nearly two decades, offering various filtration options that can be customized...

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  • How Much Water Do We Actually Need Each Day?

    Posted On 11/15/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    How Much Water Do We Actually Need Each Day?

    The human body is made up of 60% water. Your brain, heart, and muscles are all dependent on water to function properly. It's no wonder that we need it every day! The recommended amount of water intake per day varies depending on your body and what your lifestyle consists of.

     

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  • Why Do You Need to Change Your Water Filters after a While?

    Posted On 10/28/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Why Do You Need to Change Your Water Filters after a While?

    Most people have a water filtration system in their homes because they understand how crucial it is to protect themselves from drinking toxic water pollutants. However, your filter will not actually protect you from these issues if you're not replacing the filter at the correct times. You may not notice that you need to do this, but it is a good practice. Luckily for you, our blog post will tell you all about how often filters should be changed and why!

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  • Does Water Have A Taste?

    Posted On 10/15/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Does Water Have A Taste?

    Water is one of the most essential elements in our lives. We drink it, bathe in it, and rely on it to survive. But does water have a taste? The short answer is YES! All water has a taste, and not every type of water tastes the same. In this article, we'll talk through what water tastes like,...

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  • 8 Major Water Contaminants That Could Exist In Your Everyday Water

    Posted On 09/30/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    8 Major Water Contaminants That Could Exist In Your Everyday Water

    Did you know that more than 25 million Americans drink from contaminated water systems? While it's true that we don't think about what could be in our water most of the time, it's important to know that there are many contaminants that may exist in our drinking water.

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  • Lead in Drinking Water: Guide to Making Your Water Lead-Free

    Posted On 09/16/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Lead in Drinking Water: Guide to Making Your Water Lead-Free

    Unfortunately, it's quite common to find lead in your drinking water due to lead found in your faucets, pipes, and fixtures that assist in delivering your water to your home. Lead pipes were the primary source for transporting water within cities until it was finally recognized as a hazard to people's health.

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  • Hard Water in My House! Is It Safe? What Should I Do?

    Posted On 07/09/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Hard Water in My House! Is It Safe? What Should I Do?

    Did you know that approximately 85 percent of the USA has hard water? If you are in the States, you’re likely to live with hard water at a high level. Hard water is hard on your skin and hair, hard on your appliances, and hard to remove from glassware. It can also be hard to detect! This blog post will help you understand what hard water is, how to tell if you have hard water in your home, as well as what to do with it.

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  • Is My Water Safe to Drink?

    Posted On 06/07/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Is My Water Safe to Drink?

    Over 15 million U.S. households rely on private, household wells for drinking water. The well water we use to bathe, cook, and drink typically comes from sources such as reservoirs, lakes, rivers, or streams. The problem with these outdoor water sources is that there is no protection against dangerous pollutants infiltrating the water, such as dirt, iron, sulfur, lead, algae, etc.. Even if you are using city water regulated by EPA, your water supply is usually treated with chlorine, chloramines and fluoride...

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  • How To Test My Water Quality – Everything You Need to Know

    Posted On 06/07/2021 By Don Huie

    How To Test My Water Quality – Everything You Need to Know

    Did you know that a recently published report found more than 22 carcinogens in tap water? This included by-products of radionuclides like radium and uranium, water disinfectants, and arsenic! So how exactly do you find out if the water is safe in your home? While it may take a bit of money, effort, and time, it's worth doing to know the condition of your water.  

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  • How to Eliminate Common Well Water Particles

    Posted On 05/28/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    How to Eliminate Common Well Water Particles

    Drinking well water has a lot of natural benefits including high mineral content that can improve both your health and the taste of your water. Not all the particles found in your well water are good for you though. Well water is commonly affected by iron, magnesium, and hydrogen sulfide that naturally leach into the water source from rocks and soil. While in small quantities these particles do not negatively affect your water, in large enough quantities the hydrogen sulfide will create a rotten egg smell and the iron and manganese can create rust in your water, ruining your appliances, and leaving brown and black specks on your laundry and in your bathtub.

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