Water softeners and septic systems together

WATER SOFTENERS USE WITH SEPTIC SYSTEMS? Studies on the relationship between a water softener and septic system extend back to the 1970’s, through organizations such as the Water Quality Association (WQA) and Small Scale Waste Management Project (SSWMP) at the University of Wisconsin. Research shows that not only do efficient, well operating water softeners have no negative effect on […]

Water softener -when to replace yours

A water softener is a hard working piece of equipment, removing hardness minerals such as calcium and magnesium from the water ( as well as dissolved iron & manganese) in your home throughout the day, weeks, months and years. Just like any other appliance, a water softener will only last for so long. Eventually, components […]

Water filtration systems – north hampton, nh

If you are reading this and you are a resident of North Hampton, NH, your home may have water which requires a water filtration system, water softener or a combination of filtration technologies.  As is the case with many wells in New England, there are certain common contaminants that find their way into the water […]

Water softener – walpole, massachusetts

WATER SOFTENER & OTHER WATER FILTRATION The primary hard water minerals are magnesium and calcium (the hardness minerals), while iron and manganese (“the stainers”) can also be found in Walpole water, mostly in private wells.  A water softener will improve your water immensely if you have hard water minerals, iron, or manganese in your water. […]

Radon in water – wrentham, massachusetts

RADON IN WATER FILTRATION           Many homeowners are surprised when they discover they have radon in their well water.  As radon in water is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, the need for a water test is all the more critical. Radon is a radioactive gas which comes from the natural decay of […]

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