Is hard water and cloudy water a big deal?

Could your coffee and tea taste better?

The quality of your water in your home affects everything from how your skin and hair will feel and how long your appliances and plumbing last, to how your food tastes when cooked in water.

Chemical-free water can make a real difference.

If you are facing a water problem at home, it’s crucial to understand the problem and how you can fix it.

Hard Water Filtration System

Chlorine Water

Chlorine is utilized in the public water system to eliminate toxic bacteria and the spread of disease. However, once the water reaches your home, chlorine is no longer essential. The installation of a whole house water filtration system from Shiloh Water Systems can remove chlorine, thus improving the taste of your water while eradicating the chlorine odor.

Bad Smelling Water

If your water has a rotten egg smell, it could be because of hydrogen sulfide and sulfur. This colorless gas will not only smell dreadful but also wreak havoc on your plumbing system over time. The best way to fix this problem is with the installation of a drinking water filtration system.

Hard Water

Hard water is pretty common. Although hard water poses no health risks, it can be quite annoying and cause many problems for your home and appliances. Hard water is caused by a high concentration of magnesium and calcium in your water. When you have hard water, you’ll notice white residue left on sinks, dishes, bathtubs, and showers. Once this residue is visible, it’s often hard to remove. Hard water can also affect your skin and dry, causing them to be dryer and itchy. A water softener from Shiloh Water Systems will be able to solve this issue by taking the magnesium and calcium out of your water leaving you with softer and cleaner water.

Cloudy Water

Cloudy water is the result of dissolved solids left in your water, especially if your water comes from a well. The dissolved solids in your water are also known as turbidity, and there are various ways to solve this problem. One popular way is to install a water filtration system to remove the solids before the water even reaches your tap.

Metallic Taste

When iron or manganese elements are present in your water, they could leave a metallic taste. Iron and manganese will also leave rust stains on your laundry, cookware, and plumbing fixtures. Installing a water softener is the best way to fix this problem because it will remove those unwanted elements.

Arsenic Contamination

When drinking water and water used for bathing, laundry, and washing dishes contains high levels of arsenic, it can cause adverse health issues. To help prevent these health risks, you can install a carbon filter filtration system or a reverse osmosis system to remove the contaminant.

At Shiloh Water Systems, we have many water treatment systems to solve any water problem you might be facing. We can answer all your water questions and provide a free at-home water test to figure out what the exact problem and solution is. Please call us today!