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Common Water Problems Fixed by Filtration Systems
As a homeowner, there are a wide variety of issues you’ll face – and water problems are no exception. There are a ton of things that can go awry with your plumbing, from leaks and burst pipes, to hot water problems and especially water filtration issues. Lucky for you, there are a variety of water filter options available to help you stop those water problems in their tracks.
Let’s face it, no one likes the smell of rotten eggs, especially in their water. Fortunately, a good water filter can help remove odor causing hydrogen sulfide from your plumbing. As a bonus, your plumbing itself will also last longer without metal corroding sulfur gas around.
When your water contains too much iron and manganese, it can leave behind pesky rust rings in your sink and bathtub and cause your drinking water to have a metallic taste. Luckily, by combining a water softener with good oxidizing and colloidal iron filters, your water can be rust-free!
Strange tasting water can be the result of many different causes, including organic matter seeping in from the earth as well as septic systems. Most times, activated carbon filters can do the trick!
Are you noticing sediment particles floating around in your glass? This is most common with private water supplies, drawn from ponds, lakes or rivers, but can also indicate hard water scaling from municipal water supplies. Either way, a good sediment filter can help keep unwanted particles out of your drinking water for good.
Sometimes, well or lake water can contain naturally forming bacteria that can be dangerous for consumption. For these issues, chlorinating filters can help disinfect these private water systems before the water even enters your home.
Ready to install a water filter in your home and get started on your path to healthier, better tasting tap water? Allow the water conditioning experts at Aquarius Water Conditioning to advise you on the best possible solution for your home. Just dial 888-741-9025 to book your complimentary water analysis today!