Dealing with Rusty Water

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Rusty Water Situations

All across the country and in almost every town especially those with wells, people complain about brown or rusty water. Rusty water can have quite a few causes and just as many solutions.

Here are some of the causes of rusty water listed below.

*Please note, all these steps can be avoided by calling in a professional water treatment specialist to test the hardness and dissolved solids. The specialist should be able to tell you if a an iron tank is needed.

Drinking Water that is coming from a town well and the water is picking up iron from the ground and it?s being stored. The water along with the suspended iron makes it?s way into every house connected to the supply. Most town wells are treated before the water makes it?s way to the end user by chlorination and filtering.

Drinking Water that is coming from a town well and the water is picking up iron from the ground and it?s being stored. The water along with the suspended iron makes it?s way into every house connected to the supply. Most town wells are treated before the water makes it?s way to the end user by chlorination and filtering.

Drinking Water that is coming from a private well that serves a single home or several homes. This is a more likely scenario than the previously stated because most private wells are sunk deep into the ground and the water is not treated before being utilized by the consumer.

Drinking Water that is coming from a private well that serves a single home or several homes. This is a more likely scenario than the previously stated because most private wells are sunk deep into the ground and the water is not treated before being utilized by the consumer.

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