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Common Issues with Well Water: What You Need to Know

Cleaner drinking Water
High Levels of Iron
and Sulfur
  • Cause unpleasant tastes and odors.
  • Lead to staining of fixtures, laundry, and dishes.
Shinier Home
Bacteria & Microorganisms
  • Causes waterborne illness.
  • Lead to gastrointestinal issues and other health problems.
Soft skin & healthier hair
Heavy Metals
  • Pose health risks, especially for long-term consumption.
  • Include contaminants like lead, arsenic, and mercury.
  • Cloudiness in water.
  • Buildup in plumbing fixtures and appliances, reducing efficiency.

Understanding and addressing these issues is essential for ensuring the safety and quality of your well water supply.

Ensure your well water is clean and safe!

Contact us today to address common well water issues and protect your family's health.

Transform Your Well Water: Discover Our Premium Filtration Solutions

Iron & Sulfur Removal Water Filter

Iron & Sulfur Removal Water Filter

  • Eliminate unpleasant taste and odor from iron and sulfur.
  • Ensures clean, refreshing water for your consumption.
  • Prevents stains and foul odors in plumbing fixtures.
  • Enjoy pristine, odor-free water from every faucet.
Kent Ultraviolet Disinfection System

Kent Ultraviolet Disinfection System

  • UV disinfection systems with integrated pre-filtration ensure safe, chemical-free drinking water for homes.
  • Compact design suitable for residential applications
  • Range of flow rates available to suit different needs
  • Effective against chlorine-resistant parasites, bacteria, and viruses
  • Specially designed Sterilume-HO lamps for consistent UV output
  • Easy maintenance with lamp and cartridge replacement
  • Safety-Loc™ connector for safe lamp removal
  • Durable stainless steel chamber for longevity and UV light stability
  • Improves health by eliminating bacteria, viruses, and microbes from water.
Kent Automatic Ceramic Disc Backwater Pre-Filter

Kent Automatic Ceramic Disc Backwater Pre-Filter

  • Kent Water's Automatic Ceramic Disc Backwash Pre-Filters for sediment removal
  • Top-mounted configuration for efficient particle filtration
  • Includes pressure drop check valve for added functionality
  • Long-life filter eliminates the need for disc core replacement
  • Ideal for residential applications like floor heating, water heaters, and irrigation systems
  • Up to 30% more efficient backwash cleaning rates
  • 360° rotatable connectors for easy installation in tight spaces
  • Three leak protection methods ensure reliable performance
  • Filters down to 50 microns, removing particles, dirt, and rust efficiently
Kent Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System

Kent Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System

  • Removes up to 99% of dissolved solids, including heavy metals and harmful chemicals.
  • Multi-stage filtration process ensures comprehensive water purification.
  • Improves taste and odor by eliminating contaminants.
  • Compact and easy-to-install design suitable for home and office use.
  • Provides an extra layer of purification for superior water quality.
  • Features advanced remineralization technology, adding back essential minerals that our body needs.
  • Ideal for those seeking the best water filtration system for their home.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is well water filtration, and why is it important?

    Well water filtration involves the process of removing impurities and contaminants from water extracted from underground wells. It is essential because well water may contain various pollutants, including sediment, bacteria, heavy metals, and other harmful substances that can pose health risks if consumed untreated.
  • What are the common contaminants found in well water?

    Well water can contain a variety of contaminants depending on factors such as geological conditions, nearby land use, and agricultural practices. Common contaminants found in well water include sediment, bacteria (such as coliform bacteria), nitrates, pesticides, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), heavy metals (such as arsenic, lead, and iron), and other substances.
  • How does a well water filtration system work?

    A well water filtration system typically consists of multiple stages of filtration designed to target specific contaminants. These systems may include sediment filters to remove larger particles, activated carbon filters to adsorb organic compounds and chemicals, UV sterilization to kill bacteria and viruses, reverse osmosis membranes to remove dissolved solids, and specialty filters for specific contaminants like arsenic or iron.
  • Can a well water filtration system improve the taste and odor of my water?

    Yes, a properly selected and maintained well water filtration system can significantly improve the taste, odor, and overall quality of your water by removing unpleasant contaminants and impurities. Many systems include activated carbon filters specifically designed to adsorb organic compounds that contribute to taste and odor issues, resulting in cleaner, fresher-tasting water straight from your well.
  • How do I know if my well water needs filtration?

    Signs that your well water may need filtration include unpleasant taste or odor, staining on plumbing fixtures, and sediment in your water. A professional water test can identify specific contaminants and determine the need for filtration. At Kent Water Purification Systems, we provide free water tests to help you assess your water quality and recommend the best filtration solution for your needs.
  • What are the benefits of using a well water filtration system?

    Benefits include improved water taste and odor, protection from harmful contaminants, extended lifespan of plumbing fixtures and appliances, and enhanced overall water quality for drinking, cooking, and bathing.

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