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(941)-981-9979  |  sales@healthywatersystemsllc.com

(941)-981-9979  |  sales@healthywatersystemsllc.com

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Bottled Water: Innocent or No?

By Brian Deckard / October 24, 2016

There is nothing quite as wonderful as drinking a nice, cold bottle of pure water on a hot day. Or is there? Americans consumed about 50 million bottles of water last year. Almost a quarter of those bottles were manufactured by the brands Aquafina and Dasani which are owned by […]

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Pre-Storm Water Prep

By Brian Deckard / August 25, 2016

If you live in Florida, you have probably seen the recent warnings about the budding tropical disturbance likely to hit our state this weekend or early next week. Let’s look at what you can do to help meet your water needs in the case of such an event.

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Well water – is yours safe?

By Brian Deckard / July 21, 2016

Living in Florida, we are fortunate to have a large source of groundwater. Aquifers are the main source of drinking water in our state, whether it’s well water or public water. Most groundwater is naturally clean and free of contaminants but aquifers can become contaminated – and cause illness – […]

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Cool Ice Cube Ideas

By Brian Deckard / June 29, 2016

Hot summer days call for staying hydrated, and we’ve found some colorful ways to dress up your ice cubes to make consuming the requisite amount of water a little more fun and a lot tastier. PUCKER UP Combine equal parts fresh lemon juice and water; add a pinch of sugar. […]

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What the heck is El Niño?

By Brian Deckard / January 26, 2016

If you’ve seen a weather forecast in the past few weeks, you know that weather has been a bit extreme. Just a few days ago, a massive cold front pushed through the Eastern USA causing tornadoes in the Southeast and blizzards in the Northeast. Throughout all of it, you keep […]

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Best Water Filter Options

By Brian Deckard / January 11, 2016

Finding the healthiest and most nutrient dense food options is extremely important, but to some degree, finding the best water options can be even more important! Some sources of water can contain hundreds of chemicals and many of these chemicals can be more easily absorbed from water than from food.

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Is Hard Water Costing You Money?

By Bill Walleshauser / November 10, 2015

We all know that hard water is annoying. But is hard water actually costing you money? According to the US Geological Survey, the average American uses about 80-100 gallons of water each day by physical consumption, cleaning, flushing and bathing. Each month you pay for this water either by paying […]

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Hard Water: What is it?

By Bill Walleshauser / September 30, 2015

The US Geological Survey estimates that 85% of consumable water in the USA can be described as “hard.” The term “hard water” originally came about to describe water that didn’t work as well with soap; it was “hard” to rinse soap. Hard water also leaves behind a buildup of minerals […]

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Is It Possible to Over Hydrate?

By Bill Walleshauser / August 25, 2015

When it comes to water, we are always told to make sure we stay hydrated, especially if we live in areas with hot or tropical climates. We are also told if we feel tired in the afternoon, down a glass of H2O. Looking to loose some weight naturally, try drinking 16 […]

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Dangers of Rainwater

By Bill Walleshauser / August 14, 2015

In regards to the recent rainfall in Central Florida we thought we would inform you of the risks and rewards of collecting rainwater. Collecting rainwater and using it can be a great way to help conserve resources. There are many uses for rainwater such as, watering plants, cleaning, bathing and […]

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