Rust in Water
A Common Result of What Is Known as Acid Water
Suffering with rust in your water, its metallic taste, or reddish-brown stains on your laundry and dishes? New Hampshire residents, suffer no longer. There is a solution: Capital Well Clean Water Center.
The most common culprit behind rusty water is pipe corrosion in your home's internal plumbing systems. And while the Environmental Protection Agency states that rusty water is safe to drink, who wants to drink water with the taste and smell of rust?
But there is more to the story.
Rusty water occurs when sediment in the pipes is stirred up, or when iron in the water is oxidized by disinfectants. All iron water pipes have trace amounts of rust in them. However, pipe corrosion may also be a result of low pH, a phenomenon often known as acid water.
And acid water can most certainly be a health hazard.
On its own, water with an extremely low pH level may cause eye and skin irritation, as well as exacerbate existing skin conditions. Worse, acid water can lead to the leaching of heavy metals from plumbing systems, substances such as lead, zinc, or copper. The results of excessive ingestion of these metals? Gastrointestinal difficulties, and even a host of neurological and reproductive problems.
Capital Well Clean Water Center Can Help
As a certified installer of Evolve's state-of-the-art water treatment systems, our team can help deliver residential and commercial customers across New Hampshire the cleanest, purest water possible. Evolve's EV conditioners come equipped with patented disinfection systems that remove rust while preserving the plumbing and fixtures in your home or business.
And with over 30 years’ experience providing trusted, reliable water services to New Hampshire and beyond, the team at Capital Well Clean Water Center can ensure you're in good hands.
Get That Rust Out of Your Water!
Call (800) 924-1192 today and let the professionals at Capital Well Clean Water Center help your water run clear and clean!