Is the water at your house the culprit behind iron stains and hard water issues?
Whether the water in your home comes from the city or from a well, you might be experiencing iron stains or hard water. Both of these problems can cause unnecessary frustration and unpleasantness in your home. Let’s explore each of these water problems and the solutions that are available.
Iron stains are nasty streaks, spots, or areas that have a reddish-brown look to them. Generally speaking, they are difficult to remove. As a result, many people feel that no matter what they do to their water, iron stains plague their:
What’s in your water will cause these stains. Typically, dissolved iron in your water, exposed to oxygen, will form iron oxide and cause your household places and pieces to have that unwelcome reddish-brown color.
As water experts, we have seen, heard, and fixed numerous water problems. A huge frustration we have also seen over and over has been centered around hard city water that can cause:
- failure of water heater elements and short heater life
- mineral build-up saw around water fixtures
- dry itchy skin
- spots on dishes, flatware, and glasses
- soap scum on bathtubs, curtains, or doors
- dull scratchy clothing
To name a few things, the concentration of multivalent cations in water is what can be used to determine the hardness of the water. Calcium and magnesium are two of the most common cations that are found in hard water.
Solutions for Iron Stains and Hard Water
While iron stains and hard water can be difficult to work around in your home, they are certainly not a permanent fixture that is difficult to remove, replace, or upgrade. Treating your water can consequently help eliminate iron stains and hard water issues.
To find out the quality of your water or to learn solutions to your water woes, you can call us – the c and j water experts – for FREE water Analysis.
Our team will come to your home and provide an analysis of your city or rural water and answer any questions you may have. We only need 30 – 45 minutes of your time, and we will only schedule at a time that’s right for you. Following our expert review of your water, your water treatment expert will give you an estimate for a treatment solution. To clarify, there is no cost or obligation associated with your Free Water Analysis.
Don’t settle for nasty, hard, or stained water. Above all, give your family, quality, affordable water today!