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How to Maintain Your Water Softener

It’s no easy job keeping mineral deposits out of your water supply. But someone has to lest you be left with damaging hard water conditions. Well, in this case, that someone is a something, i.e., your home water softener. It’s a fulltime job, but one made so much easier with ongoing maintenance. Assuming you have…

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Benefits of a Touchless Faucet

Touchless bathroom faucets have been making the public restroom circuit for quite some time. You know how it works – you wave your hands in front of a sensor and voila – water starts to flow. Move your hands away, and the water stops. Now, more and more homeowners are adding this convenient plumbing fixture…

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The Benefits of a Water Softener

Hard water is the number one water quality issue in the country. We’re not talking hard like hammering a nail. Or hard like climbing Mount Everest. No, this is a different kind of hard. The kind that leaves your hair frizzy, your skin dry, your white clothing and bedding less than white – while causing…

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Water Descaler or Water Softener?

There are two types of water softening systems: those with salt, and those without. The latter are also called water descalers which many water treatment specialists, including Connor Plumbing, believe are the better of the two. First, they don’t actually soften water. Instead, they remove water scale, which are mineral components left behind on surfaces…

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Benefits of an Under Sink Water Filter

Since your body is 72% water, doesn’t it make sense to drink water that’s 100% pure? We think so too. While there are different ways to accomplish that goal, here’s one that more and more people are turning to:  an under sink (also called “point-of-use”) water filter. Just like it sounds, a water filter is…

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“Do I Need a Water Filter?”

Every time you pour a glass of water, boil some potatoes, and run the washing machine, you take for granted that you’re doing so with good quality water. After all, if it doesn’t taste or smell bad, then it must be in good condition, right? Not necessarily. You see, water contamination issues are rampant, impacting…

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How to Ensure Safe Drinking Water in Beaumont & Port Arthur, TX

These days, more and more people are taking action to remove harmful substances from their food, cleaning products, and many other household items. But one very basic area that often goes unnoticed is our home water supply? Why? Because most of us take for granted that the quality is good unless someone presents evidence to…

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