Cascadian Clear Water BLOG

A Water Blog for all things related to domestic water

The goal of this water blog is to provide clear informative information about and to be a resource for a wide variety of water related topics. Whether you are a water treatment professional, investigating homeowner or are just plain curious feel free to join in and share with our readers by commenting on any blogs. If you have a question or would like to suggest a blog topic about water or water treatment. please don’t hesitate to Contact Us.

Should you have your water tested?

Should you have your water tested?

Should you have your water tested?   We’ve been doing this for a long time. And we’ve seen a lot of people waste both time and money going about selecting their water treatment solution the wrong...

Compare Ion Bond and Ion Exchange Water Softeners

Compare Ion Bond and Ion Exchange Water Softeners

Ion Bond and Ion Exchange Water Softeners A Comparison of Features and Benefits between salt free and salt-based water softener technologies Use the table below to compare features and benefits of...

Your water should be wet – not slippery

Your water should be wet – not slippery

Most people who choose a water softener do it because of the problems with hard water. Whether it’s causing a scale buildup in your pipes, giving you soap scum, or because, well, it’s just plain...

What is a Soft Water Loop?

What is a Soft Water Loop?

What's the big deal if your home has a soft water loop? It's really not a “end of the world” kind of big deal, you will still have water to your kitchen sink, dishwasher, ice maker and so on. The...

What is PolyHalt?

What is PolyHalt?

PolyHalt®, What is it and how does it work? We developed PolyHalt to give you a safe, soft water solution, without having to use salt. But... why no salt? Salt-based softeners often contribute to...

Drinking water safety and COVID-19 Coronavirus

Drinking water safety and COVID-19 Coronavirus

We want everyone to know we understand at this time in our lives it seems nothing is "normal". Almost everything we do has changed and will not get back to "normal" until the COVID-19 Coronavirus is...

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