Do You Have Discolored Water?
Water coloration issues are usually aesthetic in nature, but we advise testing to determine the cause of the discoloration. Our colored water treatment services can help prevent any health problems. You might be wondering what discolored water is and how it occurs. Discolored water presents after a water main break or other water system maintenance work. This is caused by sediment and mineral deposits in the pipes that can be stirred up when the water is turned off and then back. If you notice any changes in color or cloudiness in your water, you will want to investigate our colored water treatment services. There are many different and unnatural colors that can arise in your water supply that shouldn’t. Below you will find the likely meaning behind a water’s unusual color.
Types of Water Discoloration
These colors are usually caused by iron staining or rust. They may result from well water itself, corrosion of steel casing or be caused within the infrastructure.
These colors are typically caused by corrosion of copper plumbing or fixtures. There are tests to determine if this staining is due to pH imbalance or even improper grounding.
Manganese in the water, manganese-rich sediment trapped in the system and infrastructure corrosion are possible causes of this dark discoloration.
Often, these colors are caused by tiny air bubbles that disappear quickly and are not a health threat. This coloration may be caused by a well issue. Testing is recommended if the color does not disappear as the water settles.
If you have any of these colors or cloudiness in your water, one of our highly trained professionals will fix your problem. Contact us today to learn more about our colored water treatment service. We will have your water look fresh and clean in no time.