Water Softening

Hard water causes problems for household appliances, such as refrigerators and dishwashers. Hardness is a measure of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, which is present to some degree in most water supplies. A water softener will improve the quality of your drinking water by removing these nuisance minerals. Soft water uses less soap, extends the life of appliances, and makes cleaning fixtures much easier.

Scientific American: How Softening Works

Odor control

If your well water has a foul smell, it is most likely caused by hydrogen sulfide. There are several options for removing H2S, depending on the severity of the problem. These options typically include aeration, filtration, or chlorine injection.

NGWA: Hydrogen Sulfide


Some well owners may have problems with high iron in the water, causing red or yellow staining. Fine sand is another issue that causes problems, particularly for pumping equipment. We can determine a filtration solution to meet your needs, whatever they may be.

WQP: Iron In Your Water Supply