January 01

Top 3 Well Water Treatment Systems

In order for you to safely use your well water, it first has to go through a treatment system. Well water is filled with multiple agents that are harmful to your health. The pollution is caused naturally, so getting an expert plumber to test out the severity of pollution so that you can prepare for the installation of a suitable well water treatment system is necessary. If you would like the installation and maintenance to be done by professionals, call Mr. Rooter Plumbing.

Advantages Of a Treatment System

Having your well water get filtered and cleaned is important. Without the water getting cleaned, the contaminants can spread to every faucet in your house. There are plenty of ways having a well water treatment system can be helpful.

  • Removes Bacteria and Contaminants – Having a filtration system allows harmful contaminants like copper and arsenic to be eliminated from your water. Hundreds of well water users don’t know the importance of having a treatment system installed. Call in a nearby plumber from Mr. Rooter Plumbing today to test your well water.
  • Improved Taste and Smell – The removal of harmful bacteria and parasites results in cleaner water, which allows the taste and smell of the water to improve as well.
  • Helpful To Hard Water – Unfiltered well water can cause problems with dish stains, clothing, showering, and other activities. The removal of contaminants and minerals reduces the challenges of hard water like stains and build-up of scale.

Different Treatment Systems

According to the condition of your well water, there are different treatment systems you can choose from. There is no single treatment system that can resolve all well water contaminants. This is why it’s important to have your well water tested before you select a treatment system to install.

  • Activated Carbon Filtration System – This treatment is used most commonly with residential water filters. This treatment system eliminates lead, volatile organic compounds, chlorine, etc. they do not remove bacteria, dissolved minerals, or nitrates.
  • Reverse Osmosis – This method is widely used for removing minerals in hard water, removal of nitrates, and petrochemicals. Reverse osmosis uses pressure to force water through a semipermeable membrane, removing unwanted contaminants. This method does not work for pesticides, chlorine, or radon in the water.
  • Water Softener – This treatment can be used to soften hard water by removing calcium and magnesium from the water and replacing them with sodium. This reduces the damage done to drainpipes and appliances. Water softeners do not help with the removal of bacteria, pesticides, or hard metals.

After testing your well water, go through the different types of well water treatment and choose one depending on your test results. Mr. Rooter Plumbing is here to make sure you choose the correct option for your home.

Call Now

If you need to test your well water or have already done that and want help choosing the best treatment system for your water, our specialists at Mr. Rooter Plumbing can help. Since there is no one treatment system to remove all possible contaminants, you have to choose the one that will be able to filter and remove most of the contaminants found in your well water. Schedule an appointment with us today so you can have a serene mind knowing your water is clean.

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