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5 benefits of installing a water softener in your home

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Ontario’s hard water can be a nightmare for homes. Hard water contains high concentrations of calcium and magnesium, and these minerals can damage appliances and plumbing fixtures. Installing a water softener removes these minerals from the water, which has many benefits. Here are five: You’ll save money. Hard water leaves crusty traces of minerals. These…

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How do tankless water heaters work?

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Tankless water heaters are gaining popularity as more people realize their advantages over hot water tanks. If you’re building a new home or replacing your existing water tank, a tankless water heater could be a perfect solution for your hot water needs. Here’s an overview. How a tankless water heater operates Tankless water heaters are…

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How to maintain your water softener

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A water softener prevents limescale build-up in your plumbing, water heater and appliances. When you use a water softener, you avoid iron stains in your sinks and toilet, and your skin and hair feel soft and supple after a shower. A water softener requires a little maintenance to do its job correctly. Here are five…

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4 signs you need to service your water heater

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Your water heater works hard to provide your home with hot water and requires regular maintenance to operate steadily and efficiently. Our experienced technicians recommend an annual water heater inspection to ensure there is no build-up of sediments or debris, which can seriously damage or clog your system if left untreated. Here are four signs…

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Reverse Osmosis: Benefits of Better Drinking Water

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Reverse Osmosis: Benefits of Better Drinking Water Everyone knows that water is essential. Yet fewer people know of the risks of dirty water. More than one-quarter of Canadians rely on groundwater to drink and cook with. Unfortunately, groundwater can contain numerous contaminants, including human feces. But with reverse osmosis, you don’t have to worry about…

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