Many well owners purchase well water purification systems in an effort to provide their families with safe drinking water. If a well owner does not carefully monitor their water quality, there can be serious health risks both in the short and long term. For those who rely on a well water system, … [Read more...]
Is My Water Safe to Drink After a Flood?
Many people ask, "is my water safe to drink after a flood?" The answer depends on many factors that are largely out of your control. Did flood water enter your well or local water treatment plant? Did your local government officials issue a boil alert? Has there been damage … [Read more...]
Biological Contaminants: Bacteria in Water
Bacteria in water can cause humans and animals to experience various symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, headaches, and fever, and unfortunately, at times, ingestion can prove fatal. Many common types of bacteria may be present in tap or well water at any time. While … [Read more...]
How to Remove Uranium from Drinking Water
Homeowners should know the risks of uranium in drinking water. Uranium is a radioactive heavy metal with no smell or taste, making it difficult to detect without testing. Well-owners, in particular, are responsible for their drinking water and must be extra vigilant. Those using municipal water … [Read more...]
Why You Should Take Control of Your Drinking Water
Why You Should Take Control of Your Drinking Water Have you ever wondered what is in your tap water? Have you been told there is a boil alert in your area? Are you concerned about farm runoff, viruses, or bacteria in your water? Have you recently read articles about people getting sick in different … [Read more...]
What is Distilled Water?
Distilled water is water that has been purified and produced through heating, evaporation, and condensation to mirror Earth’s natural hydrologic cycle. While there are many methods available to purify drinking water through filtration, chemicals, or reverse osmosis, no system is as singularly … [Read more...]
Drinking Distilled Water for Heart Health
Drinking more water is good for your heart, according to researchers. Many people are dehydrated and don't realize it. Study after study indicates that being well hydrated is vital to maintain one's health, from helping internal organs work optimally to improving one's skin. Did you know that the … [Read more...]
Severe Winter Weather and Water Quality
With severe winter weather rampaging across the United States, we're seeing unprecedented temperatures, snowfall, and wind chill. Electric utilities in the Midwest are using rolling blackouts to attempt to keep the grid from becoming overwhelmed. Boil alerts are being issued at an alarming rate as … [Read more...]
Are Water Distillers Worth the Money?
Many people wonder if water distillers are worth the money, so we thought we would break down the pros and cons of owning a water distiller versus other options from tap water to pitcher filters, bottled water, and reverse osmosis systems. By the end of this article, we think you will agree that … [Read more...]
How to Remove PFAS from your drinking water
For the last few years, we've watched headline after headline talk about PFAS invading our environments and water supplies. But now, we have some good news: as we expected, our water distillers remove PFAS from your drinking water. What are PFAS? The organic chemicals PFAS have been in the … [Read more...]
How to Remove Fluoride from Water
Does Distilled Water Have Fluoride? No. Distilled water does not have fluoride. Water Distillation Systems are superior at removing fluoride. Third party lab testing reports show that the removal rate of fluoride by Pure Water distillers is greater than 99%. Water filters that … [Read more...]
Potential Threat to Drinking Water Supply!
This weekend it was reported from Kosovo, which lies between Serbia and Albania, that the authorities cut off the water supply in the capital Pristina after five people were arrested on terrorism charges. They were “acting suspiciously” near the reservoir which supplies water to half of … [Read more...]