When your water pressure gradually decreases over time something is restricting the natural flow of water in your home. There are a few common causes for low water pressure, including mineral buildup from hard water or a simple valve problem. Here are a few ways to increase your home’s water pressure.
Seeing a boil water advisory online or hearing about one on the radio can cause sudden panic. What dangerous chemicals or pathogens are lurking in your water? Learn the proper steps to take when water quality has been compromised in your area so you and your family can cook, clean, shower, and drink water safely.
Hard water seems like a contradiction, but it’s a common water quality issue in the United States. In fact, 85% of public tap water is “hard” to some degree. Understanding hard water and what it can do to your plumbing and appliances is an important lesson for any homeowner.
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