Filed under Acid Water, Health Problems & Well Water, manganese, Pipes, Water Testing, Water Treatment System, Well Water Treatment Your toilet flush tank is filled with clean water from your cold water pipes. Unless it is a new toilet, it shows you a history or snapshot in time of your cold water! The Toilet Tank … Continue reading Top 10 Water Problems Your Toilet Flush Tank Can Tell You
What To Do When Your Water Well Begins To Pump Sand Or Grit If your well begins to pump sand, silt or dirt this can be an indication of a serious problem with your well. Sand in well water or sediment in well water require some problem solving. Sand in water can lead to abrasive … Continue reading What To Do When Your Water Well Begins To Pump Sand Or Grit
There are some tell-tale signs you can look for that can alert you to well water problems. In many cases the well problem can be the result of a combination of causes. Correcting the problem may require more than one action. Find out the common symptoms, what to look for, and how to correct your well water problems.
How to Eliminate Odors and Freshen Well Water with Hydrogen Peroxide In today’s episode, I am talking all about hydrogen peroxide for well water and how great it works to eliminate odors in well water. This is the same hydrogen peroxide found at the local pharmacy or supermarket but in a slightly higher concentration. Four … Continue reading Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Treatment: How to Eliminate Odors with Peroxide
Yesterday we were asked a good question in a comment on a blog post from back in March about disinfecting water with hydrogen peroxide. Erik asked, “What would the recommended dosage of H2O2 be per volume unit of water?” You should generally inject 1.0 ppm of hydrogen peroxide for each part per million of iron … Continue reading Hydrogen Peroxide in Well Water How Much to Inject
When you have a water system that uses well water, it is important to do regular water testing to ensure that the water that the well is supplying into your household is safe. Sometimes, bacteria, stains, and sediments can be found in the water. Often, water sediment filters won’t take care of everything. Unlike city … Continue reading Sediments, Stains and Water Sediment Filters 101
On this latest installment of the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast, I talk about how to eliminate odors in well water. I also go over how to identify odors in well water and then walk listeners through the basics steps of eliminating these same odors. As with other issues we’ve discussed, causes may be surprising, … Continue reading How To Eliminate Odors in Your Well Water
Why use ozone water treatment for your well water? #1: Ozone is a powerful disinfectant: Ozone water treatment can rapidly disinfect your well water and kill bacteria and viruses, but unlike chlorine does not leave a chemical chlorine residual. #2: When used with filtration, it removes iron, manganese and sulfur odor: The oxidizing properties of … Continue reading Ozone Water Treatment For Well Water: The 6 Things You Need to Know First
Problems with hard water spots or rust stains? Home Water Test Kits are available but did you know there are some basic steps you can take to find out the condition of your water without spending a penny? Are you wondering if your water is eating up your pipes and contaminating your water with corrosion … Continue reading Home Water Tests That You Can Do Yourself, For Free.
Why Use Ozone to Treat Iron, Manganese, Sulfur Odor & Bacteria? Ozone is a gas generated onsite by an ozone generator. While chlorine is commonly used in well water to treat iron, manganese, and odors, it can leave a chlorine taste and odor in the water. Chlorination systems require fresh chlorine to be regularly added, … Continue reading Using Ozone To Treat Iron and Sulfur Odors in Well Water