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Iron/Manganese Staining

The presence of iron and/or manganese in water can cause fixtures to become stained. The most effective way to eliminate these elements from your water is by installing a water softener.

 

Water Softener

Hard Water

Minerals such as calcium and magnesium can cause undesirable buildup on household fixtures. Our recommended solution to hard water is installing a water softener.

 

Water Softener

Corrosive Water

 

A combination of low pH and certain water-born ions can cause your water to be corrosive. Common symptoms include blue/green staining and pin-hole leaks in pipes. Our prescription for mitigating corrosive water is a neutralizer.

 

Neutralizer

Smelly Water

Bacterial growth can often leave customers experiencing a rotten egg/sulfur smell. To view our common treatment for this problem please click the link below.

Eliminating Smelly Water

Arsenic

Arsenic can be introduced into ground water through natural deposits and/or pollution. Regardless of how it gets there, it can have detrimental long term health effects.

Arsenic Treatment

PFAS

PFAS are a group of man-made chemicals that can leach into drinking water. They do not break down and can accumulate in the body over time. At present there is evidence that PFAS can have adverse  health effects. We provide systems to eliminate PFAS at the whole-house level, or for drinking/cooking water (point of use).

Whole-House Treatment:

PFAS Removal

Point of use Treatment:

Reverse Osmosis

Radon in Water

Radon is a radioactive gas that forms from the breakdown of uranium. It can emit particles that can be hazardous to human health. Treatment for radon in water involves separating the radon gas out of the water and expelling it outside the home.

Radon Treatment

Poor Taste

Even if you do not seem to have any of the problems listed above, you still may not be satisfied with the taste of your water. There are a myriad of other factors that can contribute to poor taste. If great tasting drinking water is your goal, reverse osmosis will accomplish it!

Reverse Osmosis