Municipal water is rarely unhealthy, but it may be unpleasant; private well water may be unhealthy, unpleasant, or both. A private well water may be high in mineral salts, sediments, and chemicals. It may contain soluble iron, which leaves fixtures black or rusty. A harmless, but nasty-looking bacteria, called bacterial iron, can feed on iron particles in well water, coat pipes and fixtures with an orange slime. Water may have a high sulfur content making it taste and smell awful. It may contain Giardia, a common microorganism, that causes flu-like symptoms. And finally, it can contain nitrates, disease carrying bacteria, lead, and cadmium. Most public water is monitored and treated, but treatment facilities can’t do everything. The first line of defense is usually a filter or serious of filters. Filters strain contaminants from drinking water. If you think you need a filter or serious of filters, then give us a call. Our experts will help you to choose and install filters according to your needs and budget with great care and affordable prices!
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