Well Water Filtration Systems can Make Problem Water as Clear as City Water
If your water comes from a private well, a water filtration system may be a worthwhile investment. Well water is typically clean and safe to drink, but it’s not rigorously tested and treated the way that city water is. This means that individual homeowners are responsible for making sure their water is up to their personal standards – and a whole-house water filter is often the first step in the right direction.
The quality of your well water can depend on quite a few individual factors, including:
- The location of the well
- The construction of the well
- The way the well has been maintained
- The presence (or lack thereof) of inorganic elements, volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), and other contaminants in the water
For instance, some wells draw water that’s high in copper and iron, while others draw water that has a strong sulfuric taste or odor. Well water may also have a less-than-ideal pH level, a heavy concentration of minerals or metals, or a large amount of suspended sediment. In these situations, a well water filtration system can be customized to address your specific quality concerns.
Problem-solving filters can help with a wide range of issues, including poor clarity, unusual colors, unpleasant flavors, and strong odors. Certain filters can even make well water healthier to drink by removing impurities that are associated with negative effects.
Since 1953, RainSoft has been helping homeowners make their water better. We offer a complete range of filtration systems and purifiers, with options to address essentially any quality concern you may have. If you’re considering a well water filtration system and would like additional information about our options, contact your local authorized RainSoft dealer today.