One problem we often hear about is unpleasant odors from some. However, not all of the fixtures in the house when it comes to Toilet Tank Problems. For example, the upstairs bathroom shower has a bad odor, but the downstairs kitchen or bath have no odor. This can be caused by bio-films of iron and/or … Continue reading 13 Water Problems Your Toilet Tank Might Tell You About Your Water
Clean Water Store has a new product! In previous posts, we have discussed the benefits of ozone as an important disinfecting agent. The Ozone 500-i system is a small but mighty ozone and negative ion generator that can easily and quickly treat air or water in your home or office.
When selecting a well water treatment system, knowing your water chemistry is the key to finding the right system. Your water chemistry can easily be determined by conducting simple water testing, using of of our test kits. Testing to Determine Water Chemistry, Depending on the Problem If you have never had your well water tested, … Continue reading Identifying Water Problems by Symptoms
There are many ways that well water can become contaminated by coliform bacteria without any change in taste or odor to the water. It is important to periodically monitor private water wells to see if contamination is present. The United States Environmental Protection Agency recommends that private water supplies be tested annually for coliform bacteria … Continue reading How Work Done on Your Well Might Contaminate Your Drinking Water
Hello again, readers! This week we want to devote the Clean Well Water Report to discussing whole house chlorine and chloramine filtration systems. These systems are particularly useful if you are on city water, as chlorine has long been, and still is, the pre-eminent disinfection method used in municipal systems. There are three primary chlorine/chloramine … Continue reading Whole House Water Filter Systems for Chlorine and Chloramines, Part I
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!”