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Benefits of Purer Water for Pets

Your pet may not be nearly as finicky as we are about where water comes from, but it’s just as important to ensure that the water your furry loved ones drink is as safe as what we would expect for ourselves. As with humans, every cell, tissue and organ in an animal’s body requires two very vital components – at the least – meaning water and oxygen. In general, a dog will drink roughly one ounce of water per pound of bodyweight every day – or more. As with humans, water is essential in the transportation of vital nutrients

December 19th, 2019|

What does Water have to do with your Headaches?

What does water have to do with headaches? Headaches are a common symptom of moderate dehydration. According to the National Headache Foundation, incorrect balances of fluids, water, and electrolytes can contribute to headaches. In fact, some headaches - like migraines - are often a result of dehydration. Sensations of thirst mean that you’re already dehydrated. About “dehydration headaches” We all experience headaches from time to time, so how can you identify a “dehydration headache” from other types of headaches? Dehydration headaches are commonly known as secondary headaches and are typically caused by inadequate fluid intake. Why? The body requires

December 14th, 2019|

What is Hard Water?

What is hard water? The water that runs out of your faucets is not actually hard or soft, so why are they designated as such? In a nutshell, hard water is water that has a high mineral content. Soft water has a low mineral content. What’s the difference and why does it matter? Negative aspects of hard water Hard water contains a variety of minerals as well as particulates depending on your geographical location. Most of our water supply goes through local water filtration plants, but may also pass through different types of earth and rock and pipes before

December 9th, 2019|

What types of Contaminants and Chemicals can be found in Well Water?

At its simplest definition, well water is untreated groundwater. In some remote and rural areas, well water is pumped up from the ground and into the home. Some well water is perfectly safe and drinkable, but it should always be tested first. Common contaminants and chemicals found in well water Not all well water is drinkable, and some contains a number of potentially dangerous pathogens or pollutants. Home and property owners who have or are interested in digging their own well are responsible for testing as well as recognizing possible health effects of contaminated well water. A number of

December 4th, 2019|

Why Does our Body Need Water?

Water is essential to life for cells, tissues, and organs in the human body. Water aids in the transportation and nutrients through the body, helps maintain blood volume, takes a part in body processes like digestion, and cushions vital organs that include the brain. Keeping the balance of water intake and output in our body is carefully regulated by autonomic systems (those activities we can’t control), although we also must play an active role in hydrating our body. Without water, our organs would eventually shut down and die. Why exactly do we need water? Water is a necessity for

November 29th, 2019|

Reverse Osmosis For Your Indianapolis Home

Do you want great, clean drinking water for your family and pets? Absolutely! Reverse Osmosis Water Systems are the best and most economical way to have pure drinking water on the market today. No more bottled water! Reverse Osmosis systems allow you to have the best in drinking water right at your kitchen sink and refrigerator for clean ice and water. So what does a reverse osmosis system remove from my water? It removes the junk in our water that we do not want in our body. An American made reverse osmosis system from Cooper's Water will remove chemicals,

May 30th, 2019|

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