Tips for Taps
Tap water trouble? Coming up dry on your internet search?
We discovered there's not enough trustworthy help online for common water issues, so we made Tips for Taps, the dependable guide for keeping your water healthy.
Have you ever brought home a brand new pet fish, only to have it turn belly-up as soon as you get it into its tank? Unfortunately, this is an all-too-common occurrence that may have you feeling green around the gills (so-to-speak). But there is hope–tap water issues tend to be the culprit! So, read on–it could be a life saver!
Despite the alluring marketing of “fancy” bottled water, you are probably better off choosing tap water. Not simply because it is less expensive, but because municipal water is held to higher standards.
We've addressed strange colored water, odd smelling water, and now it’s time to investigate what it means if your water tastes funny. Whether it’s salty, moldy, or metallic tasting–the taste of your water can tell you a lot about what's coming from your tap.
While there are a lot of great resources regarding water quality reports, the only sure-fire way to really know what’s in your water is to test it yourself. That’s where Tap Score comes in. Our Advanced City Water Test will give you answers if you are unsure.
In this instructional guide to Shock Chlorination, the water experts at SimpleWater give you a clear and dependable method for treating your drinking water to remove coliform, E.coli, and other potentially harmful bacteria living in your well water and pipes.
There are thousands of acronyms used by the EPA, water engineers, and public health practitioners. When it comes to understanding them all–it is no surprise that many folks get confused. We're here to provide clarity on some of these important water-related acronyms that you'll see over and over again.
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