You expect great water when it comes to what you drink, cook with, bathe in, and use to brush your teeth. Unfortunately, there are times when bacteria can get into your water supply traveling throughout your home in the water that you're using every day. Bacteria in your water is a contaminant that you can't see, so it's hard to know when this could be an issue. There are certain types of bacteria can lead to a slime build up throughout your home and cause foul odors over time. Thankfully the experts at Prairie State Water Solutions have the answer.
We can install a system that will release a small amount of chlorine or hydrogen peroxide into your water before it is used in your home. Much like washing your bathroom counters or preventing infection on a wound, adding a small amount of one of these chemicals is a great way to clean your water and protect it from the nuisance bacteria problems.
Chlorine is a well-known substance that has helped us keep our homes and laundry clean for many years, and for good reason. It is a powerful substance that does a great job at reducing the levels of bacterias. At Prairie State Water Solutions, we recommend the addition of a chlorine chemical feed system to combat very high levels of bacteria.
Hydrogen peroxide is also a household item we use every day. At it's most basic level, hydrogen peroxide is very similar to water. We all know H2O; the simple addition of one more oxygen atom will give us H2O2, which is hydrogen peroxide. That extra oxygen atom releases to attack bacterias and reducing the presence of them in your water. After losing the oxygen atom to fight the bacteria, the remaining compound is just pure H2O, which means there is no additional chemical residue left behind during this cleaning process.
Bacterial problems inside your water may sound like a major issue, but with the simple addition of one of our purification systems, you'll never have to worry about it again.
Call us today to schedule your free water test. We can analyze the bacteria levels in your home's water and recommend the best treatment solution for your needs.
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