Better Water for Your Home

Have you ever wanted better water throughout your entire home? Watch our quick video above.

Facts About Drinking Water

Learn the important facts about your drinking water.
Use this resource to research water and how to treat tap water for your home or business.

Health and Hydration

Proper hydration is critical to the function of the human body. The more water you drink, the more efficient your body becomes.

Tap Water

The human body is over 70% water and much of that water is replenished from the tap.

Conserving Water

The average person uses around 100 gallons of water a day. By reducing that water use, you can save money, energy and water resources. LifeSource Water Systems can help you conserve water because there is no water waste.

Bottled Water

Consumers may have various reasons for purchasing bottled drinking-water, such as taste, convenience or fashion. Most consumers do not consider the potential costs and health risks of buying bottled water.


98% of municipal water treatment plants use chlorination to treat water in the USA. Though chlorine does offer the advantage of killing microorganisms in the water, it is very harsh. You can be exposed to harmful chlorine when you drink, wash your dishes and bathe or shower in unfiltered tap water.

Common Water Problems

Millions of American households suffer some kind of correctable water problem. Hard water alone is found in 85% of all American homes. Other common water problems include excess iron, hydrogen sulfide gas (rotten egg smell), acidity, and cloudy water.

Most of us have been told that water softening is the solution to hard water. But what exactly is hard water and what does softening do to it?


We want to be transparent about the data we and our partners collect and how we use it, so you can best exercise control over your personal data. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy.


We use the following partners to better improve your overall web browsing experience. They use cookies and other mechanisms to connect you with your social networks and tailor advertising to better match your interests. You can elect to opt-out of this information collection by unticking the boxes below.

Marketing and Advertising cookies allow us to track what users are looking at and engaging with on our websites. These cookies may be set by the advertising and media partners we work with. In some cases this information may be used by those companies to build a profile of interests and then show relevant advertising on other websites you visit.

Analytics cookies allow us to collect information to analyse how many people are using our websites, how our website is being used and its technical performance. By analysing this data we can then implement changes to our websites to make them more useful and improve the experience we offer.