Today’s water tip has to do with oxidized iron and its effect on your water. Rust is oxidized iron and is known to originate from one of three main sources. A water main or your own plumbing are two. Iron particles that break free from sediments inside corroded iron or steel pipes cause tap water to turn reddish brown.
Rusty water is also caused by naturally occurring iron dissolved into the water which oxidizes when the ground water is drawn up to the surface and exposed to air.
Many experts say drinking rusty-colored water is OK, but wouldn’t you rather drink clean water all the time? Aqua Sphere cares about the water you drink. We have dealt with this type of water situation many times and know how to clean it up.
When you start to see your water looking a little rusty, contact us immediately. Water is a lifeline for you and your family. Having healthy water to drink every single day is imperative and it’s our job to make your water safe to drink all the time.
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