General Electric reveals the decisions behind the design of its new GE Artistry Line aimed at 20-something consumers
Think You Know How To Drink Water?
Dehydration, 8 glasses a day and more - WH busts the myths and discovers the facts about our favorite drinkable staple
Summer's on the way at Capital Well Clean Water Center
Green is not a color for your water If you have greenish staining in your home, usually seen around sink or tub drains, do not ignore it! Green staining as an indication of future corrosion and destruction of household, plumbing, fixtures, appliances and more. Learn more about green staining from this brochure .
How to Find Out If Your Water Is Safe
How Hot Tubs Improve Your Sleep
Getting up for work in the morning is never easy, especially after a not so restful night's sleep. Sleep is your brain and body’s way of preparing for tomorrow, and has a far bigger impact than just energizing us. A good night’s sleep conditions our ability to learn, problem solve, and make smart de
Why Ice on Your Air Conditioner Requires Immediate Repair
Most people, when they find ice forming on their air conditioners, think that it’s a sign that the system is working properly. However, this is not the case.
5 ways people stayed cool before air conditioning was invented
Before air conditioning existed, people had to be creative when trying to stay comfortable in sweltering conditions.
Why do we clean out wells?
Lowering high pressure air down your well will remove years of built up sand and sediment, in the process freshening up your well.
Bottled water overtakes soda as America’s No. 1 drink — why you should avoid both
U.S. consumers spent $21 billion on bottled water last year.
10 U.S. cities with the worst drinking water
A surprising number of U.S. cities have drinking water with unhealthy levels of chemicals and contaminants. If you live in Pensacola, Fla., you may want to invest in a water purifier.