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10 Reasons Why You Need to Filter Your Water

Whether for home or for business, the benefits to installing water filter systems are numerous and free-flowing (pun intended). Not only will you see benefits to your health, your taste buds and peace of mind, but there are many aspects of money-saving that more than justify the initial investment.  It’s not a secret that our […]

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Are there Pharmaceuticals in our Drinking Water?

Drugs in the Water Recent events have led to a growing concern regarding trace pharmaceutical compounds found in drinking supplies across the United States. While pharmaceuticals have been detected in amounts far below the levels considered harmful to humans and there is no evidence demonstrating these pharmaceuticals pose a significant health risk to humans. Yet, we understand many consumers […]

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How Cleaner Water can Affect your Business

What types of products does Karsare offer to provide cleaner water for your business? Just as water sustains life, water powers your business. From large industrial applications to small businesses, protecting your brand and impressing your customers are Kinetico’s primary strengths. For more than 45 years, Kinetico has taken a smarter approach to solving water […]

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Cucumber Mint Infused Water Recipe

Current Recommendations for how much Water to Drink per Day It’s a well-known recommendation to drink eight (8oz) glasses of water per day for good health. It’s easy to remember and in most cases will be an adequate amount of hydration needed but medical experts now have become more exact with their recommendations. “In general, […]

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KarSare understands Water Challenges in KY

According to one University of Kentucky study, “The quality of groundwater in the Bluegrass Region varies considerably from place to place and is determined by its geologic source. In Fayette County, groundwater is hard to very hard and may contain salt or hydrogen sulfide, especially at depths greater than 100 feet. The two most common […]

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