According to National Geographic, the average American lifestyle is kept afloat by using 2,000 gallons of water a day. About 5% of that is run through toilets, taps and garden hoses in the home. The other 95% used is from the food people eat, energy you use, products you buy and services people rely on. … Continue reading How Much Water Do You Use?
A common question we often receive is “My well is producing sand and rust color water. It smells of sulfur. What is the best way to solve this problem!? ” A very effective method to remove iron, manganese, and odor from well water is by using an automatic chlorinator, followed by a Pro-OX iron filter. … Continue reading “My Well is Producing Sand, Rust and Smells of Sulfur!”
We are very happy with the water system. No more blue rings in fixtures. Our appliances have lasted longer. We used to have to replace coffee makers every other year. This was a good purchase. Larry DeSenville Roan Mountain, Tn
After last year’s extreme drought followed by this year’s unusually wet spring, water tables in Iowa are registering high levels of nitrates due to fertilizer runoff, according to the Associated Press. The nitrates are a concern for drinking water quality and public health. According to the AP report “Nitrate levels have soared because drought-withered corn … Continue reading Nitrate Levels Surge in Midwestern Wells Due to Unusually Wet Spring
Hi Brett, Here is the new installation. Pressure tank, sterner pump and solution tank,flow switch, water softener, carbon filter. The water is perfect ! No more rotten egg smell ! Thank you for recommended the system and your excellent customer service! Kevin Homosassa, Florida
Although the severe weather in the Midwest has caused deaths and destruction of property, the storms have brought some relief to farmers who have been suffering through a record drought. This water is a great benefit to farmers and the area water tables, but is also causing severe flooding in many rural areas. Some of … Continue reading Flooding in Oklahoma and Midwest – What To Do If Your Well Is Flooded