Well Water Treatment Services
The quality of water you consume and use throughout your home is very important to the health of your family, and therefore may need a well water treatment system to remove contaminants. If you have county well water, it is treated according to the Environmental Protection Agency guidelines (EPA), however, according to the annual water quality report, it still has an allowable range of contaminants in water. Eastern Water and Health knows how water contaminants affect your household and how a well water filtration system can help.
On the other hand, if you have private wells on your property, the responsibility of treating your well water lies within your hands. Therefore, a well water system is vital to the overall health and well being of your family and your home. Consider the following information on contaminants and water treatment system solutions to improve your water supply.
What is in Your Well Water?
Well, water is water that pools underground after accumulation of surface water (precipitation) seep into the soil. While the layers of soil act as a natural filter, water can pick up many natural and unnatural contaminants that pose a threat to your home and your family. Common contaminants include sediment, heavy metals, excess minerals, radon, dissolved minerals, organic materials, bacterial contamination (harmful bacteria), and other contaminants, even animal waste! These materials can cause foul odors and tastes, skewed water pressure, broken appliances, and water fixtures, but more importantly, they can pose a health risk to your loved ones.
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Water Softeners and Other Solutions
– Water softening system: this is a whole-house water treatment system that removes calcium and magnesium ions through ion exchange. These minerals cause hard water, which causes issues in plumbing and plumbing fixtures, issues with cleaning, scale build-up, and hygiene concerns. To see more information on water softeners, click here.
Reverse osmosis system: This system is typically located at a kitchen sink, purifying cooking, and drinking water. This system is effective at removing approximately 99% of contaminants and reduces the need for overuse of bottled water and boiling water. For more information on these systems, click here.
Filtration systems: this is a whole-house water filter system, in which filters remove minerals, sediments, and other pollutants from your water supply. This improves tap water quality concerns, such as the look, smell, and water taste, while protecting the whole house from scale build-up in water pipes and appliance valves. To read more benefits of this type of system, click here.
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Water Treatment Solutions - Steps to Take
Considering household water treatment systems can feel overwhelming and insurmountable. The first step is to contact a professional for water testing. We will take the time to discuss what contaminants are present in your water that are putting your family at risk. Once identified, we will create a specialized plan with transparent pricing (in writing) that fits your financial and health needs. We will plan to install the water filtration systems to work with your schedule. After that, you become a part of our water treatment family. We will be a call away when you need any maintenance or repair work on your system.
To learn more about what is in your water and our water treatment methods and solutions, contact one of our professional technicians today. We will guide you through every step of the way from water testing, to excellent water quality, and beyond.