Until I heard on the news that Sunday is World Water Day, I had never heard of it before. Apparently somewhere there are people debating about whether having adequate clean water is a human right or merely a need. I wasn’t thinking about any of that when I came across the information that follows. All I know is, when you need water, you really need it. We can’t live without it.
If you’re homesteading, or are planning to, you’ll be glad to know there’s a helpful resource from Lehman’s called The Home Water Supply. As Lehman’s puts it, sooner or later you're bound to need this book, whether you live in the country or suburbs. The Home Water Supply offers down-to-earth, money-saving solutions to common water problems, such as bad-taste, pump malfunctions, and contaminated wells. There are also sections on finding, moving, purifying, storing and conserving water. There are clear illustrations depicting operation of pumps and other equipment, underground flow, digging a pond and home plumbing.”
Lehman’s has been helping families live a more self reliant lifestyle for decades. They offer more than books on the subject of water for your home. Among other things, they carry pumps and other items you’ll need. Click on the Water category on their site’s sidebar to see what they have to offer. Incidentally, The Home Water Supply is featured among the Related Books in this Water category.
The Home Water Supply is an important guide for managing your own water system. To order your copy, click on the Lehman’s logo and type item number 663240 in the search box to be taken to the page featuring the book.
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