We give you the total story when it comes to iron, sulphur, and manganese removal.
When you consider that iron and manganese are among the most common elements in the Earth’s crust, it stands to reason that they can often be found in well water. Although they do not usually pose a serious health hazard, they can affect the flavor of your water and its appearance. In addition, there are bacteria that feed on them that can also be present in your well water. These bacteria produce odors and can create slime that can damage your home. The iron and manganese themselves also create deposits that damage plumbing. Sulphur also is noticeable by its offensive rotten egg odor and can make the water less desirable to drink, especially if present in high concentrations. It can also corrode metals and make it more challenging to get good results when doing laundry.
It is not enough to know you have iron and manganese. You need to know how much you have and also what type. The type of iron and manganese determines the best way to remove it.
At Progressive Water Solutions LLC, we offer effective solutions for iron, sulphur, and manganese removal for those in the Durham, North Carolina area with these types of well water problems. We start by conducting a complimentary water test to determine which contaminants are present and in what concentration. We then make a recommendation for the best whole-home water treatment system to give you improved water quality.
We give you the total story when it comes to iron, sulphur, and manganese removal, unlike companies that just want to push a water softener on you and call it a day. The reality is that water softeners are not ideal for use to remove iron and manganese even though they can remove some forms of them. We want you to be completely happy with your water quality and have confidence it is safe to drink and that you are doing the best thing to protect your home’s plumbing and your appliances. Call today to schedule a free in-home water testing appointment to find out what is in your water and how to make it better.