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Well Water Treatment

Well Water Treatment

Well Water Treatment

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Well Water Treatment

Well Water Treatment

Reliable & Efficient Well Water Testing & Treatment In Maryland

W.L. Staton Plumbing, Heating And Cooling offers high-quality & affordable well water treatment services in Maryland. A large number of American households obtain their water from private wells which are not regulated by the EPA. Private well owners are therefore responsible for the safety of their water. To ensure the water your household consumes is free of contaminants, regular well water treatment and testing are a necessity.

You can schedule an appointment with us at 410-263-5100 if you need well water quality testing or are interested in learning more about your well water treatment options.

Our experienced technicians at W.L. Staton Plumbing, Heating And Cooling can check your well water for pH levels, iron, and mineral content, which can cause long-term damage. We can provide you with the appropriate system if you have tested your water and are looking for well water treatment.

Testing Your Well Water For Iron & PH Level

Detecting iron in water as well as pH level is important since it can cause yellow, red, and brown stains on laundry, dishes, and plumbing fixtures.

Here are some of the common indicators to look for if you are concerned about your well water:

It tastes metallic or smells bad

Has a discolored appearance

Sink or bathtub gets an orange or rusty ring

Clothes and dishes stained brown or yellow

If you would like to schedule a well water test, please contact us online or call us at 410-263-5100.

Get Well Water Treatment From W.L. Staton Plumbing, Heating And Cooling

Well water treatment options vary widely depending on your home’s needs. In addition to removing contaminants from drinking water, water treatment protects plumbing systems from corrosion and can improve the water’s overall taste.

Feel free to contact our team of experts if you need help choosing the right well water treatment system for your home.  

Choosing the Right Water Filtration System

Physical barriers are used to remove impurities from water during the filtering process. Among the most common water filtration systems are:

A reverse osmosis system uses pressure to force water through a membrane casing. This reduces the concentration of heavy metals, including copper, chromium, and lead, in water.

A carbon filter improves the taste and clarity of water by removing certain impurities. Due to its porous nature, activated carbon traps certain particles.

Water Softeners For Well Water Treatment

Water softeners are typically used when filtration systems cannot alter the hardness of the water. By removing the calcium and magnesium ions the water softener decreases the hardness of the well water.

If you would like to schedule Well Water Testing & Treatment Services, give W.L. Staton Plumbing, Heating And Cooling a call at 410-263-5100 or contact us online today!

Water Disinfection Solutions For Well Water Service

The process of disinfecting water involves killing microorganisms physically or chemically. Using chlorine and chlorine dioxide to treat your water is an example of chemical treatment while using ultraviolet light is an example of physical treatment.

You may wish to consider a well water treatment system if you have concerns about your water. Don’t hesitate to give W.L. Staton Plumbing, Heating & Cooling a call!

Our certified technicians offer affordable and effective well water service and treatment to customers across Maryland.

If you’d like to install a well water treatment system for your home, give us a call today at 410-263-5100 or contact us online!

FAQs

Backflows testing and maintenance is important because it helps stop cross contamination which can lead to serious illness or death if the wrong liquid or substance enters the potable water supply system.

Backflows testing and maintenance is important because it helps stop cross contamination which can lead to serious illness or death if the wrong liquid or substance enters the potable water supply system.

Backflows testing and maintenance is important because it helps stop cross contamination which can lead to serious illness or death if the wrong liquid or substance enters the potable water supply system.

Backflows testing and maintenance is important because it helps stop cross contamination which can lead to serious illness or death if the wrong liquid or substance enters the potable water supply system.

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