DuMor Water Insights

How Does a Water Softener Work?

Curious about how a water softener works? Here’s a simple explanation! From the Kinetico Website: Hard water is softened by removing the calcium and magnesium it contains. When hard water passes through the softening system’s resin bed, the calcium and magnesium (hardness) ions are removed through an ion exchange process, so only softened water passes […]

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How Much Does a Water Softener Cost?

The number one question we hear in the water treatment business is “how much does a water softener cost?”. The short answer is “it depends”. You might think this answer is vague, but what most people don’t realize is there are a lot of factors to evaluate when choosing the right softener for your needs. […]

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Homeowners with Well Water

Homeowners with Well Water

We know that Well Water Contamination often comes from natural sources, not humans. Many private well owners are surprised to learn that they have contaminated water, because there are no obvious contamination sources nearby. This is because contaminants and run-off pollutants can seep into groundwater. Things like microorganisms, heavy metals, lead, copper, household waste, fluoride and more can all […]

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Water Quality and Dogs

Water Quality and Dogs

As an avid dog owner – and I know you have all seen photos of the world famous Dataman Group Data Dogs – I am incredibly concerned about the Quality of Water my dogs drink….as well as how much. IS YOUR DOG DRINKING ENOUGH WATER? According to PetMD, as a rule of thumb, dogs should […]

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The 7 Most Important Rules of Staying Hydrated

The 7 Most Important Rules of Staying Hydrated

There’s no way around it – If you’re athletic, you need to know how to keep your body hydrated and recognize signs of trouble. Here are the 7 most important rules of staying hydrated by Benjamin Choi, M.D., a renowned Cornell urologist. With hot, sweaty weather on its way, it’s vital to stay on top of […]

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