Reynolds Water

3 Signs You May Need a Water Softener

April 26, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Are you noticing stains in your kitchen sink?  Is your skin dry and itchy?  These are both signs that you might have an issue with hard water.  The fix for hard water is most often the installation of a whole house water softener.  The installation of a water softening system will improve the natural life… Read more

What Is the Best Type of Filtration System for the Water in Your Home?

April 19, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Quality water throughout your home is immensely beneficial from a health perspective and therefore should be free of harmful containment’s before consumption or use.  One way that this can be done is through the use of a whole house water filtration system.  In order to be sure that you install the proper filtration device for… Read more

Benefits of Point-Entry and Point-of-Use Water Systems

April 12, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Safe drinking water is a concern to most homeowners.  Even with existing laws and regulations in place that strive to ensure that everyone has access to clean water many homes have water supplies that are lacking in quality. Measures are often put into place, by homeowners, to increase the quality of the water coming into… Read more

Water Softener vs Water Filtration

April 5, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

When it comes to treating the water that comes into your home we know that you have a lot of questions and concerns.  With the number of options available in treating residential water quality it can become quite difficult to differentiate between the products available and their purpose.  The question we get most often is… Read more

What Type of Water Treatment System Does Your Home Need?

March 28, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

In today’s world where we are surrounded by all sorts of impurities, filtered water is becoming a necessity. Our health is largely based on the amount of high quality drinking water we take in every day. It is crucial that the water we are drinking does not contain harmful chemicals, pollutants, parasites, organic waste, and… Read more

Which Water Treatment System Is Best For Your Home?

March 26, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Having a water softener installed in your home makes most homeowners feel good about the quality of their drinking water.   However, depending on your homes water a softener may not be enough to remove the contaminants that are still in the water that you drink, use to wash food, cook with, and more.  A reverse… Read more

Picking A Suitable Well Water Iron Filter

March 15, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Using a water softener system has been shown to extend the life expectancy of plumbing because it eliminates scale build-up in pipes and fittings. Not only does hard water clog your plumbing but it also reduces the efficiency of your water heater and other household appliances. You know that the water you are using is hard if soaps… Read more

How do Water Softeners Work?

March 8, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

A water softener is a special type of filter that eliminates calcium and magnesium in hard water and replaces them with sodium through the ion exchange system. Since calcium and magnesium interfere with the action of soaps and detergents while sodium does not, a water softening system is important to ensure detergents are able to… Read more

Reasons to Purchase a Whole House Water Filter

March 1, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

One of the most vital elements that homeowners need to think about is the water in their home.  Is the water safe?  Can you drink water from the tap? Is the water hard?  Does it leave stains on clothes or landscape?  The water in your home is important and its importance increases every day because… Read more

Say Goodbye to Rust in Your Home’s Water

February 22, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

High concentration of certain minerals such as iron in your water is an indication of either a plumbing problem or an issue causing leakage of sediments from the pipes to the tap. Rust is a common term which refers to the presence of compounds such as iron and oxygen in water and it is usually… Read more