What’s in Your Water?
Ensure that your home has safe, pure water.
Clean water is not a luxury; it’s a necessity. In Southeastern Minnesota, there are a variety of factors that affect how your water tastes, smells, and feels in your home.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most common water quality complaints among Minnesota homeowners, and their appropriate treatments. Discover the causes of each problem, and then find out how Tonna Mechanical can help.
Common Water Problems & Treatments
You see: White buildup on faucets, showerheads, etc.
- Problem: Hard water
- Treatment: Water softener (or Dual Media Technology)
You smell: Rotten eggs
- Problem: Sulfur water
- Treatment: Carbon filtration and/or reverse osmosis
You see: Orange or rust-colored stains in toilets, bathtubs, showers, dishwashers, etc.
- Problem: Iron water
- Treatment: Backwashing filter
You see: Blue-green stains on surfaces and fixtures
- Problem: Corrosive/acidic water
- Treatment: Reverse osmosis and/or acid neutralizing filtration
You see & smell: Nothing!
- Problem: Colorless, odorless, tasteless contaminants
- Treatment: Water quality tests, with custom solutions for a wide variety of contaminants
Water Quality Analysis
It’s more than likely that you use water every day, and that you drink it at least as often. That’s why, at Tonna Mechanical, we believe it’s important to know what’s in your water. Our world-class water quality team offers a variety of water quality testing services to determine the makeup of your water.
How Does Water Testing Work?
Water testing is an easy way to learn about what’s in your water and whether you should be concerned. At Tonna Mechanical, our experts proudly offer complimentary, in-home water testing and evaluations. Fully trained and certified, the Tonna team can test for bacteria, metals, minerals, common contaminants, and more. Better still, there is no obligation to buy a system when you schedule a test.
Custom Water Treatment
Tonna Mechanical is the area’s only licensed Hellenbrand dealer, which enables us to provide homeowners with Dual Media Technology, or DMT™. What does that mean, exactly? You can treat multiple water quality problems with a single system. The technology takes care of everything.
Want to know what’s in your water? Call 507-216-4610 today, or download our eBook to learn more about Dual Media Technology, full-service water treatment and free water testing.
- July 7, 2015
- By Patrick Murphy