Our goal is to provide the public with the information they need
to successfully purchase the correct water treatment equipment
suitable for their particular needs. Too many people are being
scammed by "slick willy" sales people and are over paying
for equipment they may not need. Many water treatment companies
perform misapplications leading to a shortened life span of the
equipment and your water problem still never being resolved. Before you buy any water treatment
equipment, please read this page. We have many facts that will make
your search for a water treatment system an inexpensive and safe one.
SHOULD TEST YOUR WATER?
We recommend you NEVER let a company that sells water equipment
test your water. You should get an INDEPENDENT test from a
laboratory, health department, local university or your municipal
water provider. We find the overwhelming majority of water testing
performed by many well known companies to be inaccurate. We would also
caution you to never buy on the first night from an in-home sales
company no matter how many free soaps or gimmicks that they offer
WHY TEST YOUR WATER?
It is essential that you get your water tested before you begin
looking for water treatment equipment. The wrong information or lack
of information about your water may lead to a misapplication. Make
sure your results are accurate and from someone you trust.
If you never had your water tested yet, you should. You may be giving your family water with impurities and not even
realizing it. Water goes through a lot of changes before it reaches your home.
It collects impurities in the air as it falls as rain or snow. It
picks up sediments, minerals and contaminant's as it seeps through
the soil. Then it is treated by municipalities with various chemical
The critical factor is that water is a natural solvent and it
dissolves and collects whatever it touches. That leads to plenty
of natural water problems. Ultimately, the water is being
contaminated faster than nature can clean it! Check out this
picture to see how water may come polluted. See
WATER SOFTENER TAKE OUT IRON?
If there is iron present in your water we never recommend a
softener to take care of that issue. Some companies are notorious
for putting in softeners when there are iron problems. They know
full well this will work for a short amount of time, but it will
eventually ruin the softener, and they’ll be back to see you to
make some more money. If the levels are very low, sometimes this
will work, we never put softeners in where there are mild iron
issues. Learn about how a water
softener works and read our water softener installation
tips for the do-it-yourself homeowner. Also check out the anatomy
of an iron filter and see how iron filters actually work.
IF I HAVE BACTERIA IN MY WELL?
If your well has bacteria, we recommend you peform some kind of
chemcial injection application. To learn more about this
application and how to install your chemical injection equipment. Learn