Weston, massachusetts water filtration

Weston Water Filtration

As a resident, or prospective resident of Weston, MA, you may want to consider a water filtration system or water softener, even though the town of Weston is supplied by the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority.   Weston homes are supplied by The Water Division, which is responsible for supplying water to approximately 3,600 customers in the Town of Weston. The Water Division personnel maintain the following:

  • 106 miles of water main
  • 4 water storage tanks that store 2,721,000 gallons of water supplied by the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA)
  • 944 hydrants
  • Pump facility

For more information, see the following link to the Weston Water Division: Weston Water Division Link

The following discusses potential water quality issues or concerns as well as water filtration or water softener options.

 

WESTON PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY

The water supply originates from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA).  The latest available Annual Water Quality Report can be viewed at the following link MWRA Link.  While the water quality is generally pretty good from MWRA, there are issues that may occur causing various types of staining in the home’s sinks, bathtubs, toilets, showers and other plumbing fixtures.  Additionally, you may experience taste and odor issues that are commonly associated with chloramine (a chlorine, ammonia compound), which is used to disinfect the water and control bacterial growth.  There is a “Frequently Asked Questions” publication provided by MWRA that reviews what you may encounter.  See the link at Q & A MWRA

 

Water Softener & Water Filtration

Water Softener & Sediment Filtration installed at Point of Entry in Basement

Water Filtration Systems and Water Softeners

Water filtration systems can be installed for the removal of any of the potential causes of symptoms you may be experiencing.  A water softener is typically installed to remove dissolved iron or manganese in the water through a technology called Ion Exchange.    To remove particulate iron or manganese, a properly sized sediment filter is required.  Chloramine can be removed with a carbon filtration system to remove bad taste and odor.

 

Any water filtration system or water softener 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.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtratrion

Reverse Osmosis Purification System installed under sink. System may be installed in basement & feed a separate sink faucet

BAD TASTES & ODORS, SEDIMENT bad odor in water in Brookline, MAfishy smell in water in Brookline, massrotten egg smell in water in Brookline, MA

In addition to the above systems, there are many other types of systems to remove bad tastes & odors, sediment and many other objectionable minerals and contaminants in the water.  Starting with a water test will dictate the right approach.  For more information on common bad odors & tastes in New England water supplies, see the link at http://h2ocare.com/bad-odor-taste-water/.

 

In summary, controlling your home’s 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 filtration in Weston, MA 

H2O Care is an established, Massachusetts based water filtration and testing firm with offices in Hudson & Middleton, Mass., formed in 1989.  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the website publications section at http://h2ocare.wpengine.com. You can reach us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 800-539-1100.

 

 

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