Water Problems

Our Water Treatment Consultants are trained to provide you with the best solutions for common water problems you’re experiencing.


There are three types of Iron: Ferric, Ferrous and Bacterial. Over 0.3 parts per million (ppm) will cause red staining on plumbing, fixtures and clothing.

Find Solution: Ferrous Iron – water softener and/or filtration. Ferric Iron – filtration. Bacterial Iron – chlorination system.

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Calcium forms hardness that will scale and clog your hot-water heater and pipes. Hardness also appears as white spotting or soap curd. Anything over 9 grains per gallon (gpg) is considered very hard.

Find Solution: Water softener

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Total Dissolved Solids

These are the total amount of minerals and salts that are dissolved in water. A water test can detect these solids. These can cause severe spotting and build-up. The EPA recommends levels above 500 ppm should be treated.

Find Solution: Reverse Osmosis

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Sulfur gives off a rotten-egg odor with black or gray staining in sinks and toilets. It is very corrosive to metal plumbing. Sulfur can also be bacterial.

Find Solution: Air Induction or Peroxide/Chlorination system

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Chlorine is added to all municipal water and is used as a disinfectant. Chlorine can sometimes be identified by a bad taste in your water.

Find Solution: Carbon filter

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pH is a measure of how acidic or basic your water supply is. 7 is neutral. Under 7 is acidic. Over 7 is alkaline. If your water is below 6.5 we recommend treatment.

Find Solution: Neutralizing filter to raise pH

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Coliform is a human health-related bacterium. The presence of this bacteria shows your water has been contaminated and is unhealthy to consume.

Find Solution: Chlorination system or ultraviolet (UV) light system

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