Water conditioning equipment is often required when you're installing a well water system in Central Illinois. Choosing to add a water softener, filtration unit, or other treatment unit can solve water quality issues caused by high mineral levels. Groundwater often picks up plenty of dissolved iron, magnesium, calcium, sulfates, and even tannins as it collects in aquifers and openings in the underlying rock. Start with well water testing to identify exactly what's going on with your water supply.
Well Water Quality
Unpleasant odors, such as a rotten egg smell from hydrogen sulfide, can also suddenly interrupt your enjoyment from drinking a glass of water. High mineral levels, which create a condition known as hard water, also lead to clogged pipes, scale build-up in washing machines and other appliances, and trouble getting soap to lather and rinse.
If you notice any of the above problems, schedule a well water testing visit from a technician at Kickapoo Drilling Company. We'll sample your well water and run a full battery of tests to plan the right water conditioning approach for your well. Don't settle for a basic solution when we can address the specific quality issues you're experiencing from your water well.
Benefits of a Water Conditioning System
There's no need to struggle with quality issues from your water well when an inspection from us here at Kickapoo Drilling can evaluate which parts of the water system you need. Our water treatment units offer salt-based chlorination that can eliminate harmful and benign bacteria from growing inside them. These systems require minimal maintenance and installation takes only a few hours. The mineral tanks install directly into your household plumbing system, eliminating the need for filters and treatment at each and every tap. Contact us today for a free estimate on water conditioning services in the Central Illinois area.