There is nothing quite like a tall, cold glass of pure, refreshing water! Unfortunately, well water in many of the areas surrounding Boise tends to taste like… you have a bloody lip. Yuck.
When various attempts to reduce iron in well water prove unsuccessful, the problem leaves people frustrated enough to either sell their house of even drill a new well. Let’s explore how iron enters wells in the areas outside of Boise and the means of eliminating iron from residents’ water supplies.
Drinking water from your tap is a privilege that you can enjoy when you have a private well, unless iron and sulfur destroy that enjoyment! Many well water systems in Southern Idaho have this problem…
Removing iron and sulfur also does more than just improve the taste of your water. Treatment systems prevent your well water from corroding your fixtures, tarnishing your silver and staining your laundry. Your iced tea can have a beautiful amber color, and your water does not have to smell like rotten eggs.
Due to its mineral-rich sources, the water supply in the Garden Valley Idaho region has unique water quality issues.
Fortunately for area residents, the latest technology in home water purification and treatment helps eliminate the risks associated with daily consumption and use of this areas water.
High levels of toxins are very common in private wells throughout Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Payette, McCall, Cascade, Donnely, New Meadows and our surrounding areas.
Your private well water supply may not be as safe as you believe it to be.
This article is not meant to scare you, but we do want to inform you of what we are also seeing every week in our home town areas.
When sediment from hard water is left inside sink basins, tubs and on faucets or shower heads, a water softener can remedy the problem.
Improving water quality and saving on the time it takes to get bathrooms and kitchens clean is a matter of choosing the right water softener for the job.