Understanding how to manage dry air ensures you, your guests and tenants remain healthy and happy.
As beautiful as winter months in the Midwest are, there are a few seasonal pitfalls. Of course, we all think of frightful frigid weather outdoors, but the warm and cozy indoors offer drawbacks as well – primarily dry air.
Like a lot of business owners, you might be wondering, “What are the benefits of a water softener?” It’s important to understand that if your water isn’t softened, you can run the risk of causing damage to your critical infrastructure – and that means more money out of your pocket, both short and long-term. We’ll take a look at why you should be using a water softener system to benefit your business, your equipment and your bottom line. But first, some basics.
Have you ever stopped to consider exactly how water gets to your home and business?
Most of us have a vague understanding of pipes, water pumps and giant towers filled with water—but that’s just the beginning.Water intake plants are located at major water sources, such as rivers, lakes and dams. Water flows from its source into these plants and out through countless miles of pipes called aqueducts, which transport water almost everywhere.