5 Drinking Water Myths Debunked

With all those opinions running rampant on the internet out there, it can sometimes be difficult to determine fact from fiction. Well, when it come to your drinking we water, we say you shouldn’t have to. That’s why we’ve devoted this Myth Monday to debunking some of the most common water myths out there. Some … Read more

Drinking Water History Milestones

The very first municipal water filtration system opened in 1804 in Paisley, Scotland. This was the first time that anyone had tried to put water filtration into effect for a large water supply. Since then, there have been many milestones that have paved the way for safe drinking water in America and beyond. Let’s take … Read more

How is My Tap Water Regulated?

Depending on where you live, the overall impact of regulations on your tap water can vary. This is because while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rules and restrictions in place that the federal government must enforce, each state may also have their own precedent depending on the contaminants commonly found in their area. Let’s … Read more

FAQ: The Facts About Your Drinking Water

If you thought that all drinking water was created equal — think again! Depending on your plumbing setup and the community in which you live, the water that comes pouring out of your faucet can vary when it comes to its source and contamination risks. Here’s what you need to know: Q: Where does my … Read more

Decoding Stinky Water Odors

Let’s face it — When it comes to food, if it doesn’t smell good, you’re probably not eating it. Well, the same holds true for your drinking water supply. Many people find that their tap water has a distinct smell, which can make them weary about using it for drinking and cooking purposes. While water … Read more

What Are My Water Treatment Options?

What would you do without water? You wouldn’t be able to cook, clean, shower, or enjoy the thirst-quenching goodness and health benefits of an ice cold glass. Well, for some homeowners, though water is pumping through their pipes, they still have a difficult time enjoying these simple pleasures — and improperly treated water is the … Read more

7 Simple Ways to Drink More Water

You’ve heard it time and time again, drinking the recommended 8-10 glasses of water per day is crucial for your health, but we understand that it might not be your first choice when you hit the fridge. If you don’t particularly fancy a cold crisp glass of water — though we can’t imagine why! — … Read more

8 Mind-Blowing Water Facts

Did you know that nearly 85% of U.S. households receive their water from public water facilities? That’s right! And the remaining 15% supply their own water from private wells and the like, which can be crawling with contaminants if they’re not regulated by a proper water filtration system. Surprised? Read on for more interesting water … Read more

Sneaky Signs You Need a Water Treatment System

One of the first signs that something is off with your home’s water filtration is the presence of cloudy or murky looking tap water. This is caused by dissolved or suspended solids, naturally occurring or frequently seen from land disturbances like construction. Along with an unsettling color, contaminated tap water can sometimes have a strange … Read more

Get To Know Aquarius Water Conditioning

Here at Aquarius Water Conditioning, we believe that each and every person deserves the joy of having clean, crisp water running through their home and business. That’s why we work so hard to provide the best customer service and water treatment opportunities possible. For more than 30 years we have proudly served the Minnesota and … Read more

bill scherk

We love our Kinetico whole-home water treatment system.  No residue around our faucets.  No smelly well water.  My wife loves what Kinetico water does for her hair and skin and the Sherck boys LOVE the Kinetico K5 Drinking System (They fill their water bottles before hockey and soccer practices).

Clean, healthy, great-tasing water.  That is Kinetico!”

Bill Sherck

MN Bound