Well Water Treatment

While city water has its imperfections, it’s important to know what might be lurking in your own well water. There are several treatments that can be used to target what’s wreaking havoc in your water.

Filter Units

If your well water has a rotten egg smell that just makes you cringe, then you might have sulfur or iron bacteria messing around with your water and pipes. If that’s the case, then you would need iron/sulfur out filter units. Coastal Carolina Water has the Model 800 Iron/Sulfur unit that can successfully treat your iron and sulfur problems. Get the odor out of your house and prevent any excessive spending from those pesky minerals.

Hague Watermax Softening System

Hard water is a real thing and it can affect you in multiple ways. Hard water can destroy your plumbing by clogging pipes, reducing appliance efficiency and even causing skin infections. Here at Coastal Carolina Water, we offer the best of the best for water softener treatment. The Hague Watermax Softening System is the most comprehensive well water treatment solution for your needs. It softens and cleans your water, once again giving you that better tasting water that doesn’t mess around with your plumbing.

But wait, there’s more! The WaterMax Softening System can also be used as a filter to add calcite to increase pH levels. If you have water that has low pH, the WaterMax will bring the pH closer to 7.0, which is neutral.

Then there are types of cases where your water is stinky, hard and low in pH, if your water is that difficult then you would need the Model 800 Iron/Sulfur unit, WaterMax and a WaterMax filter.

Reverse Osmosis

If you’re not satisfied with the quality of your drinking water, then The Hague Reverse Osmosis System is the right well water treatment for you. The Reverse Osmosis System is a water filtration process that provides only the purest quality of water. It’s certain to quench your thirst.

Find out what’s messing with your water and contact Coastal Carolina Water for your free water test today!