Well System

Well System

Well water typically contains minerals such as calcium, magnesium, arsenic, iron and manganese.
Here are some of the common complaints we hear when customers call us about a problem with their water quality:

Brown/Black staining on household fixtures
Orange/brown staining laundry and on outside fixtures
Sediment build-up in faucets, shower heads and washing machines
Rotten-egg smell from one or more locations in the home
Calcium build up or a white powdery material on faucets and fixtures.
The presence of Hydrogen Sulfide (Sulphur) in your water can have it smelling like rotten eggs.
Nitrates in your water are a by-product of septic systems, Surface runoff from agriculture or landscaped areas that have received excess nitrate fertilizers, animal waste, and decaying plant debris.
Iron is mainly present in water in two forms: either the soluble ferrous iron or the insoluble ferric iron. Water containing ferrous iron is clear and colorless because the iron is completely dissolved. When exposed to air in the pressure tank or atmosphere, the water turns cloudy and a reddish-brown substance begins to form. This sediment is the oxidized or ferric form of iron that will not dissolve in water.

We offer the removal of all these and much more!

Our AIO System offers an effective and economical way to remove iron without the use of messy and dangerous chemicals or expensive pumps. An air pocket in the upper portion of the tank oxidizes ferrous iron.


AIO filters add oxygen to the incoming water by passing it through a pocket of compressed air.

The water is then passed through a special filter bed that increases the pH of the water to enhance iron removal and traps iron precipitate.

COMBINE this with our NO-SALT water conditioner and enjoy the best of both worlds. Healthy, great tasting water, while still tackling the effects of hard water.

Whether you have an existing water treatment system or need a new one, our staff can recommend the system that will meet your water needs. We begin with a series of on-site tests for your water. This allows us to size and build a system according to the levels found so we can ensure these contaminants are reduced and, in many cases, eliminated.