The Waterboy Blog

Dealing with Hard Water Scale Hard water is not considered harmful to your health, but it can leave what is referred to as “scale.” Scale starts by appearing chalky, but it eventually builds up to form a hard layer of minerals. Scale develops when the minerals (such...

Are You Giving Your Pets Unhealthy Water? If you wouldn’t let your children drink tap water, then why are you allowing your precious pets to unknowingly lap it up? Sure, your pets don’t know any better, but you sure do. Tap water is generally safe to...

Why Does my Water Smell Funky? We’re so used to hearing adjectives like “clear,” “pure,” and “clean” applied to water that it’s natural to assume that water won’t smell when we fill up a glass from the faucet. However, that isn’t always the case, especially if...

Chemical Pollution is a Nationwide Problem Within the United States Throughout history in America we have allowed certain products and chemicals to be on the market without doing any prior research to determine the possible effects that they could have on the environment and the public's...

What Might be Lurking in Your Water? You may find there might be microscopic invaders such as bacteria and parasites lurking in your water supply.  Educating yourself on some of the most prevalent dangers could be important to your health. LEGIONELLA Legionella bacteria is responsible for...

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Do You want to be a better conservationist this year? As we leave 2020 and have started a brand new year, now is the perfect time to make a few resolutions to live a cleaner, healthier, more responsible life. Many people who live in California feel...

Drinking Water for Weight Loss - New Years Resolutions The exact amount of water you need every day varies depending on your gender, current weight, activity level and current state of health. Usually women need about nine 8-ounce cups of liquids daily, while men require 13...

Staying Hydrated Even When the Temperatures Drop Hydration concerns shouldn’t stop when the temperature drops; dehydration can be just as common in the winter as in the summer. Because your body is not sweating as much, it’s easy to overlook the signs of dehydration. A dehydrated body...