What Is Water Conditioning?

Serving South Jersey Since 1979

August 02, 2021

Clean water is essential to live a healthy and comfortable life. Unfortunately, the water that flows from your faucet may not be as clean as it could be. Water can collect chemicals, minerals, toxins, and other substances that can be unhealthy. Even water that is not contaminated enough to cause health issues can still lead to stains on clothes or dishes or damage to your appliances.

Water conditioning, also known as water treatment, is a method of removing contaminants from a home or business’s water supply to make the water safe and healthy for use.

What Types of Contaminants Could Be in Your Water?

Water can be contaminated by outside toxins, such as from a nearby plant.

However, water may also become contaminated by natural minerals that occur in the earth. This is especially an issue in well water or other natural water sources.

While these minerals may be naturally occurring, they are not necessarily healthy for you to drink or wash with.

Some of the most common contaminants that are found in water include:

  • Fluoride
  • Mercury
  • Lead
  • Aluminum
  • Radium
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Calcium
  • Bacteria

Signs That You Need Water Conditioning

Sometimes, unclean water makes itself apparent through colors or smells. Other times, substances in your water may not be as apparent.

The best way to know if you need water conditioning is to get your water tested by a professional. At EnviroSafe, we can test for contaminants in your water supply to determine if water conditioning is necessary. We can also test the pH of your water and perform other analyses to determine the safety and cleanliness.

Water Conditioning Methods

At EnviroSafe, we offer a variety of water conditioning methods to clean and purify your water. Through tactics such as reverse osmosis and the use of water softeners or sediment traps, we can help your family get the healthy water you need. We can evaluate your situation to determine which method of water conditioning is right for you.

Call (856) 208-5108 or send us a message to book an appointment for water conditioning or another service we offer.