Water in nature never exists as just pure H20. More than 60% of the earth's water is groundwater below the surface. When water passes through soft rock formations such as shale and limestone, it dissolves and picks up minerals from the rock and ends up in the underground aquifers we draw our water supply from. "Hard water" is basically water containing higher amounts of dissolved minerals-usually calcium and magnesium but also iron.
The especially cold temperatures we've had recently provide extra incentive for mice to find a way into your house. If you suspect you have mice, address the problem immediately. Mice present a health hazard to you and your family. And since a female can have up to 10 litters a year with six or more babies per litter there is no such thing as one mouse!
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