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What are the Methods of Home Water Treatment?

Most of us assume that the water straight out of our kitchen faucet is free of contaminants, but unfortunately, this is not always the case. Often, minerals and various types of organic materials may be the reason the water tastes or smells a little 'off'. Cloudiness or frothy looking drinking water also indicate that your water may need testing and treatment.

Get Your Water Tested and Explore Your Treatment Options

Home water testing quickly becomes complicated when you try to tackle it all yourself. If you consult with a certified water professional, they explain the whole process step by step and recommend a custom water treatment method that addresses your specific water issues. Be proactive and contact a professional if you notice strange odors or colors in your water or the water pressure is low. With the proper testing and analysis, you can address impurities in your water and mitigate any damage to your plumbing.

Does Red Tide Affect Your Home's Water? What You Should Know

Florida's coast is rich with wildlife and a beautiful balance of marine life but an increase in incidents and severity of Red Tide has had significant environmental, ecological, economic and health impacts.

5 Helpful Tips to Avoid Major Plumbing Issues

If you're like most people, you probably don't spend a great deal of time thinking about all the pipes inside your walls. However, since these pipes are responsible for delivering hot and cold water to you anytime you need it, it's important to know how you can help prevent plumbing disasters before they strike. At Certain Services, Incwe take pride in helping South Florida residents keep their home's free from water leaks and other damage due to faulty plumbing. So, here are a few ways you can avoid major plumbing issues in your home.

How Ozone is Used in Sulfur Removal From Your Well Water

When Ozone is mixed into the water bacteria is eliminated upon contact, hydrogen sulfide is oxidized, Iron is oxidized, and the Ozone dissipates and turns into oxygen.

5 Common Plumbing Issues in Southwest Florida

We’ve all had that leaky faucet, clogged toilet, or maybe that moment when you step onto a soaking wet carpet and suddenly uncover a slow leak. Everyone knows this common stress and uncertainty that can come with plumbing issues. Complications with your plumbing can seem overwhelming if you don't know what to watch for. So, here are some common plumbing problems experienced by Southwest Florida residents along with potential indicators that you may need to call a plumber right away.

Why Does My Well Water Smell Like Rotten Eggs?

When you turn on your faucet, the last thing you want to experience is the smell of a breakfast gone wrong. But what causes this putrid smell to invade your home or business, and what can you do to remedy it?

8 Benefits of a Water Softener For Your Home

Water is considered hard or soft based on mineral content. Minerals like calcium and magnesium naturally wind up in water and make it hard, which can be good in some instances; however, those minerals can also cause trouble in your home. If you are dealing with hard water, your best option is to install a water softener to protect your household from the adverse effects. Below are some of the benefits of a water softener.

Certain Water Treatment Reviews in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee County

Here are a few water treatment customer reviews that we've received from customers in Sarasota, Charlotte, Desoto and Manatee county. Some of the cities we service in these counties include; Sarasota, Venice, North Port, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Arcadia, Myakka, Bradenton, and Lakewood Ranch.

Brita Filters: How Do They Work to Protect Your Water?

It is recommended that human beings drink at least 2 liters (or half a gallon) of water a day. Besides the air we breathe, water is the most important resource we have, which is why it is important to maintain access to a clean water source. Contaminants that could exist in the water streaming for our faucets at home include:

  • Lead

  • Mercury

  • Cadmium

  • Mercury

  • Bacteria & Viruses