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    WATER SOFTENER SERVICE

Water soft­en­er ser­vice is nor­mal­ly rec­om­mend­ed annu­al­ly to ensure prop­er oper­a­tion and to max­i­mize the use­ful life of your equip­ment and pro­vide con­sis­tent soft­ened or con­di­tioned water to your home. It is pos­si­ble to have inter­im oper­a­tional prob­lems (iden­ti­fied lat­er in this report) which can be diag­nosed and reme­died by the home­own­er.   For com­pli­cat­ed prob­lems, con­tact­ing your water treat­ment ser­vice tech­ni­cian for water soft­en­er ser­vice is your best option.  There are many types of water fil­tra­tion and water soft­en­ing sys­tems.  The bal­ance of this write-up will focus on water soft­en­ers and reverse osmo­sis sys­tems.

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WATER SOFTENER NOT WORKING

Check to see if the water soft­en­er is “on” and work­ing, that is, that the sys­tem has pow­er, then:

  • Check salt tank: Is there salt in the brine tank?  If not, add at least a few bags salt to the tank.
  • Check pow­er to the soft­en­er: If the unit uses elec­tric­i­ty to run a timer, be sure it’s plugged in to a live out­let and has pow­er. Some water con­di­tion­ers use a low-volt­age trans­former to pow­er the con­trol — be sure that device is present, plugged in, and work­ing.  Also, a pow­er fail­ure could cause the timer to be improp­er­ly set.  Re-set the day of week and time of day on the water soft­en­er timer after an elec­tri­cal pow­er fail­ure or after the soft­en­er has been pow­ered “off” for a time.
  • Check the water soft­en­er bypass valve: You want first to see that the water soft­en­er is not on “bypass” — is house­hold water flow­ing through the unit?  This valve is an option and may not be installed on your unit, but there may be stan­dard plumb­ing valves or globe valves that accom­plish the same pur­pose.
  • Man­u­al­ly regen­er­a­tion cycle: Then try a man­u­al regen­er­a­tion cycle — you’ll see on most units a lever you can push on the con­trol box to start that regen­er­a­tion process.  Note: your home will not be deliv­ered con­di­tioned or soft­ened water while the water soft­en­er is in the regen­er­a­tion cycle, there­fore, its best not to use water (or use as lit­tle as pos­si­ble- flush­ing toi­lets is OK, etc.) in the home until the regen­er­a­tion process is com­plete.  This is why most pro­grammed regen­er­a­tion is set for late at night when water usage is much less like­ly.
  • Feel & test the water sup­ply: if you can’t get a lath­er when bathing the sys­tem may not be suf­fi­cient­ly treat­ing the water.
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WATER SOFTENER & SEDIMENT FILTRATION INSTALLATION

OTHER WATER SOFTENER SERVICE & REPAIR SYMPTOMS

With­out ful­ly diag­nos­ing, it can be very dif­fi­cult to deter­mine what is real­ly caus­ing the prob­lem and whether or not water soft­en­er ser­vice is even nec­es­sary.  This is where a ser­vice tech­ni­cian will be able to trou­ble shoot the sit­u­a­tion and come to a deter­mi­na­tion and solu­tion to the prob­lem. While there are so many pos­si­ble symp­toms and prob­lems a soft­en­er may expe­ri­ence, the fol­low­ing are a few that you may see.

  1.  Exces­sive salt usage by the sys­tem is requir­ing high­er than nor­mal salt tank fill ups
  2.  Stains on home fix­tures even though the water soft­en­er seems to be run­ning prop­er­ly
  3.  Min­er­al dis­charg­ing from the water soft­en­er and into the home’s water sup­ply
  4.  Loss of water pres­sure in the home’s dis­tri­b­u­tion sys­tem down­stream from the soft­en­er
  5.  Hard water evi­dence observed right after a regen­er­a­tion cycle.

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FILTRATION SERVICE

Water fil­tra­tion ser­vice for a reverse osmo­sis sys­tem typ­i­cal­ly con­sists of:

  1.  Test­ing the incom­ing water qual­i­ty with a device called a TDS (total dis­solved solids) meter, which mea­sure con­duc­tiv­i­ty in the water, or, how much “stuff” or dis­solved min­er­als or oth­er things in the water.  The water is then test­ed after it has gone through the reverse osmo­sis (RO) sys­tem to deter­mine that the RO mem­brane is still work­ing effec­tive­ly in reject­ing dis­solved solids.
  2. Pre-fil­ters, sed­i­ment and car­bon are changed out.
  3. Stor­age tank pres­sure is test­ed and re-pres­sur­ized if water pres­sure is inad­e­quate.
  4. All lines, fil­ter hous­ings and stor­age tank are san­i­tized and flushed down.
  5. All con­nec­tions and fit­tings are inspect­ed.
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REVERSE OSMOSIS UNDER-SINK INSTALLATION (Base­ment option­al)

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H2O Care is an established, full service water filtration and testing organization originally formed in 1989 with offices in Hudson & Middleton, MA.  See our written and published articles in Water Technology Magazine by going to our website, http://h2ocare.wpengine.com and going to the publications photo on the home page or the tab at the top of the home page.  We can be reached by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 800–539-1100.

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water purification system North Grafton, MA

   WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM OPTIONS

WATER PURIFICATION

Water purifi­ca­tion is the process of remov­ing unde­sir­able chem­i­cals, bio­log­i­cal con­t­a­m­i­nants, and sus­pend­ed solids and gas­es from water with the goal of pro­duc­ing water fit for a spe­cif­ic pur­pose. Most drink­ing water goes through a dis­in­fec­tion process, but water purifi­ca­tion may also be designed for oth­er pur­pos­es, includ­ing ful­fill­ing the require­ments of phar­ma­co­log­i­cal, med­ical, chem­i­cal and indus­tri­al appli­ca­tions, or just to upgrade the drink­ing water sup­ply. The meth­ods used include phys­i­cal process­es such as sed­i­ment fil­tra­tion, car­bon based fil­tra­tion, sed­i­men­ta­tion with sand fil­ters; chem­i­cal process­es such as floc­cu­la­tion and chlo­ri­na­tion and the use of ultra­vi­o­let light or ozone.

Water test in North Grafton, MA

WATER TESTING

FOR YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS

On an indi­vid­u­al­ized basis, water purifi­ca­tion sys­tems can be installed for the removal of almost any of the poten­tial water qual­i­ty con­cerns you may have. For exam­ple, lead is typ­i­cal­ly removed from drink­ing water with either a reverse osmo­sis water purifi­ca­tion sys­tem or a car­bon fil­ter designed specif­i­cal­ly for the removal of lead from water. Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove dis­solved iron or man­ganese and hard­ness min­er­als in the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange (see below for more detailed infor­ma­tion on this).  A water soft­en­er will also remove dis­solved lead from the water as well, how­ev­er they are usu­al­ly installed ahead of the pip­ing where the poten­tial for lead leach­ing is most like­ly to occur and is not rec­om­mend­ed for this pur­pose. To remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese, a prop­er­ly sized sed­i­ment fil­ter is required.  Radon or arsenic in the water requires oth­er tech­nolo­gies and sys­tems. Water test­ing will lead to the right sys­tem design & instal­la­tion.

BAD ODORS & TASTES

chlorine smell and taste in water North Grafton, MArotten egg smell in water in Milford, MAfishy smell in water in North Grafton, MA

In addi­tion to the above sys­tems described, there are many oth­er types of sys­tems to remove bad tastes & odors, sed­i­ment and many oth­er objec­tion­able min­er­als and con­t­a­m­i­nants that may be present in the water. For more detailed infor­ma­tion on bad odors and tastes in your water, see the link at: http://h2ocare.com/bad-odor-taste-water/.

THE AFFECTS OF HARD WATER IN YOUR HOME

Hard water in North Grafton, MA

The only way to know how hard your water is by hav­ing it test­ed.  There are on-site test­ing meth­ods that are reli­able or you can have a sam­ple tak­en to a cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry. If you have a pri­vate well, there can be a very dif­fer­ent hard­ness lev­el than even the house across the street with a pri­vate well.  Hard water inter­feres with many clean­ing tasks, from doing the laun­dry to wash­ing dish­es to tak­ing a show­er. Wash­ing your hair in hard water may leave it feel­ing sticky and dull.  Dish­es and glass­es get spot­ted or streaky and a film may build up on show­er doors, bath­tubs, sinks and faucets. Clothes can look dingy and feel rough and scratchy. Mag­ne­sium and Cal­ci­um may have major affects on your home’s plumb­ing and your abil­i­ty to clean, even though the EPA has no pub­lished lim­its on these.  Scale from hard water can build-up inside water heaters insu­lat­ing the tem­per­a­ture sen­sor inside the tank cre­at­ing extra work to bring the tem­per­a­ture up to the set lev­el. This reduces the life of your hot water heater and will like­ly require ear­ly replace­ment. Hard water can also cause scale build-up in pipes that can low­er water pres­sure through­out the home (see pho­to below).

The pri­ma­ry hard water min­er­als are cal­ci­um and mag­ne­sium (the hard­ness min­er­als), while iron and man­ganese (“The Stain­ers”) can also be found in water, most­ly in pri­vate wells.  Depend­ing on whether the contaminant’s form is in solu­tion or par­tic­u­late, these con­t­a­m­i­nants can be removed with a water soft­en­er and/or a prop­er­ly spec­i­fied sed­i­ment water fil­tra­tion instal­la­tion.

A water soft­en­er will improve your water great­ly if you have hard water min­er­als, iron, or man­ganese in your water.   If oth­er impu­ri­ties are con­firmed in the water test, they can be removed with oth­er types of water fil­tra­tion sys­tems. The max­i­mum allow­able lev­el (per the Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency) for iron as a sec­ondary con­t­a­m­i­nant is .3 parts per mil­lion and for man­ganese is .05 parts per mil­lion. Small amounts of these min­er­als can have very notice­able, even dam­ag­ing affects on your home’s water qual­i­ty. Water soft­en­ers vary, includ­ing up-flow ver­sus down-flow which can make a big dif­fer­ence, par­tic­u­lar­ly if there are ele­vat­ed lev­els of iron or man­ganese in the water.  In some cas­es where the water chem­istry is more com­pli­cat­ed, a dif­fer­ent type of water fil­tra­tion sys­tem may make more sense to remove iron or man­ganese.

Hard water North Grafton, MA

DAMAGING HARD WATER SCALE UN-CHECKED

Any water purifi­ca­tion sys­tem rec­om­men­da­tion should start with a water test before an informed deci­sion can be made.  To deter­mine what type of water test­ing to have per­formed and how to take a prop­er sam­ple, call a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or a state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry. In sum­ma­ry, con­trol­ling your North Grafton water qual­i­ty is attain­able through prop­er water test­ing and equip­ment spec­i­fi­ca­tion with today’s avail­able water fil­tra­tion tech­nolo­gies at a rea­son­able price.  Prop­er on-going main­te­nance is also crit­i­cal to main­tain a con­sis­tent lev­el of great water qual­i­ty.

WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM North Grafton, MAwater purification in North Grafton, Ma

 H2O Care is an established, Massachusetts based water filtration and testing firm, formed in 1989 with offices in Hudson & Middleton, MA.  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the website publications section at http://h2ocare.com/publications/.  You can contact us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 978–777-8330.
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WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS

Water purification — milford, mass.

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         WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS

WATER PURIFICATION

Water purifi­ca­tion is the process of remov­ing unde­sir­able chem­i­cals, bio­log­i­cal con­t­a­m­i­nants, and sus­pend­ed solids and gas­es from water with the goal of pro­duc­ing water fit for a spe­cif­ic pur­pose. Most drink­ing water goes through a dis­in­fec­tion process, but water purifi­ca­tion may also be designed for oth­er pur­pos­es, includ­ing ful­fill­ing the require­ments of phar­ma­co­log­i­cal, med­ical, chem­i­cal and indus­tri­al appli­ca­tions, or just to upgrade the drink­ing water sup­ply. The meth­ods used include phys­i­cal process­es such as sed­i­ment fil­tra­tion, car­bon based fil­tra­tion, sed­i­men­ta­tion with sand fil­ters; chem­i­cal process­es such as floc­cu­la­tion and chlo­ri­na­tion and the use of ultra­vi­o­let light or ozone.

Water test in Milford, MA

WATER TESTING

FOR YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS

On an indi­vid­u­al­ized basis, water purifi­ca­tion sys­tems can be installed for the removal of almost any of the poten­tial water qual­i­ty con­cerns you may have. For exam­ple, lead is typ­i­cal­ly removed from drink­ing water with either a reverse osmo­sis water purifi­ca­tion sys­tem or a car­bon fil­ter designed specif­i­cal­ly for the removal of lead from water. Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove dis­solved iron or man­ganese and hard­ness min­er­als in the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange (see below for more detailed infor­ma­tion on this).  A water soft­en­er will also remove dis­solved lead from the water as well, how­ev­er they are usu­al­ly installed ahead of the pip­ing where the poten­tial for lead leach­ing is most like­ly to occur and is not rec­om­mend­ed for this pur­pose. To remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese, a prop­er­ly sized sed­i­ment fil­ter is required.  Radon or arsenic in the water requires oth­er tech­nolo­gies and sys­tems. Water test­ing will lead to the right sys­tem design & instal­la­tion.

BAD ODORS & TASTES

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In addi­tion to the above sys­tems described, there are many oth­er types of sys­tems to remove bad tastes & odors, sed­i­ment and many oth­er objec­tion­able min­er­als and con­t­a­m­i­nants that may be present in the water. For more detailed infor­ma­tion on bad odors and tastes in your water, see the link at: http://h2ocare.com/bad-odor-taste-water/.

THE AFFECTS OF HARD WATER IN YOUR HOME

Hard water in Milford, MA

The only way to know how hard your water is by hav­ing it test­ed.  There are on-site test­ing meth­ods that are reli­able or you can have a sam­ple tak­en to a cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry. If you have a pri­vate well, there can be a very dif­fer­ent hard­ness lev­el than even the house across the street with a pri­vate well.  Hard water inter­feres with many clean­ing tasks, from doing the laun­dry to wash­ing dish­es to tak­ing a show­er. Wash­ing your hair in hard water may leave it feel­ing sticky and dull.  Dish­es and glass­es get spot­ted or streaky and a film may build up on show­er doors, bath­tubs, sinks and faucets. Clothes can look dingy and feel rough and scratchy. Mag­ne­sium and Cal­ci­um may have major affects on your home’s plumb­ing and your abil­i­ty to clean, even though the EPA has no pub­lished lim­its on these.  Scale from hard water can build-up inside water heaters insu­lat­ing the tem­per­a­ture sen­sor inside the tank cre­at­ing extra work to bring the tem­per­a­ture up to the set lev­el. This reduces the life of your hot water heater and will like­ly require ear­ly replace­ment. Hard water can also cause scale build-up in pipes that can low­er water pres­sure through­out the home (see pho­to below).

The pri­ma­ry hard water min­er­als are cal­ci­um and mag­ne­sium (the hard­ness min­er­als), while iron and man­ganese (“The Stain­ers”) can also be found in water, most­ly in pri­vate wells.  Depend­ing on whether the contaminant’s form is in solu­tion or par­tic­u­late, these con­t­a­m­i­nants can be removed with a water soft­en­er and/or a prop­er­ly spec­i­fied sed­i­ment water fil­tra­tion instal­la­tion.

A water soft­en­er will improve your water great­ly if you have hard water min­er­als, iron, or man­ganese in your water.   If oth­er impu­ri­ties are con­firmed in the water test, they can be removed with oth­er types of water fil­tra­tion sys­tems. The max­i­mum allow­able lev­el (per the Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency) for iron as a sec­ondary con­t­a­m­i­nant is .3 parts per mil­lion and for man­ganese is .05 parts per mil­lion. Small amounts of these min­er­als can have very notice­able, even dam­ag­ing affects on your home’s water qual­i­ty. Water soft­en­ers vary, includ­ing up-flow ver­sus down-flow which can make a big dif­fer­ence, par­tic­u­lar­ly if there are ele­vat­ed lev­els of iron or man­ganese in the water.  In some cas­es where the water chem­istry is more com­pli­cat­ed, a dif­fer­ent type of water fil­tra­tion sys­tem may make more sense to remove iron or man­ganese.

Hard water Millis, MA

DAMAGING HARD WATER SCALE UN-CHECKED

Any water purifi­ca­tion sys­tem rec­om­men­da­tion should start with a water test before an informed deci­sion can be made.  To deter­mine what type of water test­ing to have per­formed and how to take a prop­er sam­ple, call a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or a state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry. In sum­ma­ry, con­trol­ling your Mil­ford water qual­i­ty is attain­able through prop­er water test­ing and equip­ment spec­i­fi­ca­tion with today’s avail­able water fil­tra­tion tech­nolo­gies at a rea­son­able price.  Prop­er on-going main­te­nance is also crit­i­cal to main­tain a con­sis­tent lev­el of great water qual­i­ty.

WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM Milford, MAwater purification in Milford, Ma

 H2O Care is an established, Massachusetts based water filtration and testing firm, formed in 1989 with offices in Hudson & Middleton, MA.  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the website publications section at http://h2ocare.com/publications/.  You can contact us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 978–777-8330.

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          WATER PURIFICATION OPTIONS

WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS

Water purifi­ca­tion is the process of remov­ing unde­sir­able chem­i­cals, bio­log­i­cal con­t­a­m­i­nants, and sus­pend­ed solids and gas­es from water with the goal of pro­duc­ing water fit for a spe­cif­ic pur­pose. Most drink­ing water goes through a dis­in­fec­tion process, but water purifi­ca­tion may also be designed for oth­er pur­pos­es, includ­ing ful­fill­ing the require­ments of phar­ma­co­log­i­cal, med­ical, chem­i­cal and indus­tri­al appli­ca­tions, or just to upgrade the drink­ing water sup­ply. The meth­ods used include phys­i­cal process­es such as sed­i­ment fil­tra­tion, car­bon based fil­tra­tion, sed­i­men­ta­tion with sand fil­ters; chem­i­cal process­es such as floc­cu­la­tion and chlo­ri­na­tion and the use of ultra­vi­o­let light or ozone.

Water purification system Methuen, MA

FOR YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS

On an indi­vid­u­al­ized basis, water purifi­ca­tion sys­tems can be installed for the removal of almost any of the poten­tial water qual­i­ty con­cerns you may have. For exam­ple, lead is typ­i­cal­ly removed from drink­ing water with either a reverse osmo­sis water purifi­ca­tion sys­tem or a car­bon fil­ter designed specif­i­cal­ly for the removal of lead from water. Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove dis­solved iron or man­ganese and hard­ness min­er­als in the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange (see hard water affects sec­tion below for more detailed infor­ma­tion on this).  A water soft­en­er will also remove dis­solved lead from the water as well, how­ev­er they are usu­al­ly installed ahead of the pip­ing where the poten­tial for lead leach­ing is most like­ly to occur and is not rec­om­mend­ed for this pur­pose. To remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese, a prop­er­ly sized sed­i­ment fil­ter is required.  Radon or arsenic in the water requires oth­er tech­nolo­gies and sys­tems. Water test­ing will lead to the right sys­tem design & instal­la­tion.

BAD ODORS & TASTES

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In addi­tion to the above sys­tems described, there are many oth­er types of sys­tems to remove bad tastes & odors, sed­i­ment and many oth­er objec­tion­able min­er­als and con­t­a­m­i­nants that may be present in the water. For more detailed infor­ma­tion on bad odors and tastes in your water, see the link at: http://h2ocare.com/bad-odor-taste-water/.

THE AFFECTS OF HARD WATER

hard water in Methuen, MA

The only way to know how hard your water is by hav­ing it test­ed.  There are on-site test­ing meth­ods that are reli­able or you can have a sam­ple tak­en to a cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry. If you have a pri­vate well, there can be a very dif­fer­ent hard­ness lev­el than even the house across the street with a pri­vate well.  Hard water inter­feres with many clean­ing tasks, from doing the laun­dry to wash­ing dish­es to tak­ing a show­er. Wash­ing your hair in hard water may leave it feel­ing sticky and dull.  Dish­es and glass­es get spot­ted or streaky and a film may build up on show­er doors, bath­tubs, sinks and faucets. Clothes can look dingy and feel rough and scratchy. Mag­ne­sium and Cal­ci­um may have major affects on your home’s plumb­ing and your abil­i­ty to clean, even though the EPA has no pub­lished lim­its on these.  Scale from hard water can build-up inside water heaters insu­lat­ing the tem­per­a­ture sen­sor inside the tank cre­at­ing extra work to bring the tem­per­a­ture up to the set lev­el. This reduces the life of your hot water heater and will like­ly require ear­ly replace­ment. Hard water can also cause scale build-up in pipes that can low­er water pres­sure through­out the home (see pho­to below).

The pri­ma­ry hard water min­er­als are cal­ci­um and mag­ne­sium (the hard­ness min­er­als), while iron and man­ganese (“The Stain­ers”) can also be found in water, most­ly in pri­vate wells.  Depend­ing on whether the contaminant’s form is in solu­tion or par­tic­u­late, these con­t­a­m­i­nants can be removed with a water soft­en­er and/or a prop­er­ly spec­i­fied sed­i­ment water fil­tra­tion instal­la­tion.

A water soft­en­er will improve your water great­ly if you have hard water min­er­als, iron, or man­ganese in your water.   If oth­er impu­ri­ties are con­firmed in the water test, they can be removed with oth­er types of water fil­tra­tion sys­tems. The max­i­mum allow­able lev­el (per the Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency) for iron as a sec­ondary con­t­a­m­i­nant is .3 parts per mil­lion and for man­ganese is .05 parts per mil­lion. Small amounts of these min­er­als can have very notice­able, even dam­ag­ing affects on your home’s water qual­i­ty. Water soft­en­ers vary, includ­ing up-flow ver­sus down-flow which can make a big dif­fer­ence, par­tic­u­lar­ly if there are ele­vat­ed lev­els of iron or man­ganese in the water.  In some cas­es where the water chem­istry is more com­pli­cat­ed, a dif­fer­ent type of water fil­tra­tion sys­tem may make more sense to remove iron or man­ganese.

Hard water in Methuen, MA

DAMAGING HARD WATER SCALE UN-CHECKED

Any water purifi­ca­tion sys­tem rec­om­men­da­tion should start with a water test before an informed deci­sion can be made.  To deter­mine what type of water test­ing to have per­formed and how to take a prop­er sam­ple, call a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or a state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry. In sum­ma­ry, con­trol­ling your Methuen water qual­i­ty is attain­able through prop­er water test­ing and equip­ment spec­i­fi­ca­tion with today’s avail­able water fil­tra­tion tech­nolo­gies at a rea­son­able price.  Prop­er on-going main­te­nance is also crit­i­cal to main­tain a con­sis­tent lev­el of great water qual­i­ty.

WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM Methuen, MAwater purification system in Methuen, Ma

 H2O Care is an established, Massachusetts based water filtration and testing firm, formed in 1989 with offices in MIddleton (Route 114) & Hudson, MA (Route 62).  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the website publications section at http://h2ocare.com/publications/.  You can contact us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 978–777-8330.