Can't quite crack the code as to what's in your homes water? Water is an ever-changing resource, especially if your water supply comes from a well. Some common water concerns and contaminants include Nitrates, Arsenic, Iron, Calcium, Hydrogen Sulfide, and TDS (Total Dissolved Solids). Give us a call today to schedule a free water test to finally get to the bottom of your water problems.
Are you experiencing problems with your well water? Don't worry, we have the solutions for you. Our well water filtration systems are designed to address common issues and provide you with clean, safe, and great-tasting water. Let's explore the common problems and the filtration options to solve them:
Common Problems with Well Water
Sediment: Well water often contains sediment such as sand, silt, or rust particles, which can affect the clarity and taste of your water.
Chemical Contaminants: Some well water sources may contain chemicals or pollutants that need to be removed for safe consumption.
Hard Water: High mineral content in well water can lead to scale buildup, reduced soap effectiveness, and plumbing issues.
Bacterial Contamination: Well water can sometimes be contaminated with bacteria or other microorganisms, posing health risks.
Sediment filters are designed to remove larger particles like sand, silt, and rust. These filters typically use a porous medium, such as pleated polyester or spun polypropylene, to capture sediment and improve water clarity. By removing sediment, you can prevent clogging of plumbing fixtures, protect your appliances, and enhance the overall quality of your water.
Carbon Media Filters
Carbon media filters are effective at removing chemical contaminants, including pesticides, herbicides, chlorine, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The activated carbon in these filters adsorbs and traps the contaminants, leaving you with cleaner, safer water that tastes better.
Water softeners are used to combat hard water issues caused by high mineral content, typically calcium and magnesium. These systems remove the minerals through a process called ion exchange, which exchanges the minerals with sodium ions, resulting in softer water. Water softeners help prevent scale buildup, extend the lifespan of your appliances, and improve the effectiveness of soaps and detergents.
UV lighting, or ultraviolet disinfection, is an effective method to eliminate bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in well water. UV light disrupts their DNA, rendering them unable to reproduce and thus making them harmless. UV systems are often used as an additional step in well water treatment to ensure the water is free from harmful pathogens.
Contact us today to schedule your water softener installation with water treatment installation. Our experienced team will assess your water quality needs and provide you with tailored solutions to meet your specific requirements. Say goodbye to hard water problems and enjoy the benefits of high-quality water in your home.