Wednesday, August 4th, 2021
More than 15 million homes in the United States have a private well providing their water. These are homes in rural settings, and out in the country. Living in the country, where there’s less traffic, less congestion, and more peace can be great, but with a private well, you are solely responsible for the safety of your water because it is coming straight out of the ground and into your house. What you may not know is that the quality of the groundwater changes all the time. Weather, different crops in the fields, and other environmental changes will affect your water too. This means you will need to get your water tested annually to make sure no new contaminants have found their way into your water supply. What things does a water test look for, and how do you fix them if there are problems?
There are a variety of different water tests available that will look for many things with your water. The most common concerns people have with well water that you should be testing for are:
The water in every well is going to be different, even wells that are close together. What can you do if your well test shows a variety of things that need to be corrected in your water?
Crystal-Right is a man-made zeolite, produced outdoors at our Mineral-Right® (link to mineral-right.com) facility located in Kansas. This unique filtration media is an ideal solution for many homes with well water. Crystal-Right has the ability to address multiple well water concerns. These concerns include:
This means that instead of having a water softener, an iron filter, and an acid neutralizer, Crystal-Right can get the job done with just one system! We proudly offer this unique solution as part of our TotalCare® line of products.
Are you concerned about your water? Or is time for your annual water test on your well water? Give us a call! One of our trained WaterCare technicians will come out to test your water. We’ll give you the results and find a solution for all your water issues with our complete line-up of WaterCare water treatment systems.