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Aqua Clear Water Treatment FAQs

Aqua Clear FAQs

What is hard water?

Hard water is water that has high mineral content. Hard water is formed when water percolates through deposits of limestone and chalk which is largely made up of calcium magnesium carbonates.

How can I find out what is in the water at my home?

We will come to your home and test your water for a free water analysis.

Why do I need a water treatment system?

Over 85% of the US has hard water. Since hardness is really dissolve rock, the average family of four will have more than 15 pounds of rock per year in their water for each grade of hardness.

Are you licensed and insured?

Yes, our insurance company is Acord. We have liability insurance up to $1,000,000.00.

Why do I have Chlorine in my water?

The city uses chlorine to treat our city waters. The chlorine kills any bacteria in our water. By the time the chlorine treated waters gets to our homes, the chlorine has already done its job, we do not need the chlorine in our homes.

What are Chloramines?

Chloramines are disinfectants used to treat city waters. They are most commonly formed when ammonia is added to chlorine.

How can I tell if the product I’m purchasing will do what it supposed to?

We will come back after two weeks and retest your water.

I have a water softener, do I need a drinking water system?

Water softeners improve the water we bathe in and clean with throughout our home. Softeners are not purifiers and will not reduce a wide range of potential contaminants. Many consumers want to purify there water for drinking, cooking, and ice cubes. Our drinking water systems provide high-quality pure water at your faucet.

What is causing the ugly orange stains in my toilet and bathtub?

Orange stains in your toilet and bathtubs are caused from iron deposits.

My condos HOA doesn’t allow anything outside my home, can I still get a system for my home?

Our water purification systems go under the sink and do not need a HOA approval. With our water softeners we can utilize one of our smaller units either in a closet or a garage if applicable.


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