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As we all know, water is essential for our survival. The consensus is that most humans cannot survive more than three days without water. Today, most of us get our drinking water from municipal sources, and while municipal suppliers generally do a good job of purifying the water we drink, when it comes out of our taps, it is not purified to its optimal level.

That’s because only about 1% of water is used for drinking purposes, making it cost-prohibitive for municipal suppliers to treat water to optimal drinking quality standards. Additionally, removing hardness from water is also costly, and consequently, most municipal water systems do not treat water for hardness but leave that task up to the homeowner.

Water Sources and Contaminants

As the water essential for our survival constantly cycles and comes into contact with other matter, it picks up contaminants. And this is true of both surface and groundwater.

  • Surface Water: This is the water found in rivers, creeks, lakes, and reservoirs. It frequently becomes contaminated with impurities such as nitrates or animal waste from livestock or fungicides, pesticides, and herbicides. From industrial sites, it can pick up arsenic and detergents, among other contaminants.
  • Ground Water: This is the water that has percolated through different layers of the earth, through clay, limestone, and shale, picking up on the way impurities like radioactivity, sodium, iron, calcium, magnesium, and hydrogen sulfide.

Common Water Problems

Whether you get your water from a municipal supplier or a private source, such as your own well, these are some of the more common water problems you may encounter.

  • Iron: The presence of iron in your water can stain plumbing fixtures and laundry and give your water a musty odor and a metallic taste.
  • Cloudy water: This is caused by sand or silt in the water that is common in private wells or caused by breaks in municipal water lines.
  • Bad taste and odor: The cause can be chlorine in municipal water, or decaying organic matter in surface water. A rotten egg smell indicates the presence of hydrogen sulfide in your water.
  • Acidity: A blue-green staining on plumbing fixtures or a tint in the water comes from copper pipes reacting with acidic water.

Novo Water Solutions from Liberty Plumbing

If you’re dealing with these water-related problems daily, help is only a phone call away at Liberty Plumbing. We’re a licensed and certified installer of highly efficient Novo water softening and filtration systems. When you call for our assistance, we’ll test your water on the spot, or if needed, we can send water samples to a Novo laboratory for more extensive testing.

Either way, we’ll then recommend the Novo water solutions that best meet your needs for pure, clean, soft water for your family’s daily use.

The benefits of the installation of a Novo water treatment system in your home include, among others:

  • More efficient operation of your gas or electric water heater
  • Reduced water-related damage to your appliances and plumbing
  • Less damage to your fabrics
  • Less use of detergents and other cleaning products

These benefits, in turn, can easily save you hundreds of dollars in household expenses every year.

If you have any questions about Novo water treatment systems or any of our other plumbing services, call us at Liberty Plumbing today at 670-902-1088, and one of our Novo-certified technicians will be glad to answer all your questions.

Please don’t hesitate. For a softer, purer water supply, contact Liberty Plumbing today!