EcoWater Nebraska, addressing the Water Problems of Columbus, NE for Half a Century
Solving Municipal Hard Water, chlorine and high TDS as well as, high hardness, Iron, Hydrogen Sulfide odor treatment and Nitrates, for all of Columbus, NE’s rural well water supply.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska specializes in both municipal and rural well water treatment and has been offering solutions for Columbus, NE’s most challenging chlorine, high TDS, and high hardness municipal water issues as well as high hardness, high iron, high TDS, high nitrates and hydrogen sulfide problems for Columbus, NE’s rural areas.
EcoWater Systems offers unsurpassed technical capabilities, especially in managing high hardness levels caused by magnesium and calcium deposits, smelly, bad tasting water caused by hydrogen sulfide, high Total Dissolved Solids and high iron levels, which are all common in the rural areas of Columbus NE.
Since final barrier protection of Columbus, NE’s well water supplies is the responsibility of the consumer, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can provide the solution. Our systems also include innovative final barrier protection devices to address the typical water issues found in municipal supplies.
Municipal water supplies for the City of Columbus are known to have high TDS, high hardness and chlorine. Fortunately, EcoWater Systems, Nebraska provides best in class filtration systems, which are specifically designed to address these challenging water issues.
Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for treatment solutions to address Hard Water, High TDS, Iron | Rusty Water, and Sulfur issues causing rotten egg smell, as well as any multi-media water filtration services in Columbus, NE. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska also assists with eliminating Iron and Rusty Water, and Hard Water from Columbus NE’s well water. Click here to contact us for immediate service.
Eliminating Hard Water from Columbus NE Municipal Water
Hard water is common in Columbus, NE and EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has over five decades of experience in successfully resolving hard water issues, providing best in class filtration systems, which are specifically designed to address even the hardest water. Our systems can eliminate the calcium and magnesium deposits native to Columbus NE’s municipal water supplies that are clogging up your appliances and causing plumbing problems in your home. The EcoWater Nebraska Columbus regional service center serves the water problems for Schuyler, David City, York City, Fullerton, and Seward.
Eliminating Iron and Rusty Water from Columbus NE’s well water.
EcoWater Systems also has a track record spanning over five decades for treating water problems associated with high iron content. Rusty water with high iron content is created as ground water is passed through iron bearing rock formations. If you live in the Columbus area, you are likely to have first-hand experience with rust stains, which appear on toilets, bathtubs, sinks, linens and clothing due to iron in the water. Iron can also clog plumbing, form scale and compromise the performance of water using appliances, as the bad tasting and smelling brown water runs through your plumbing system. Iron appears in a variety of forms, which means that the recommended one size fits all solution offered by many water treatment companies may or may not provide the correct remedy for your water issues. Typically, water-softening devices only remove the “ferrous” or Fe2 form of iron. Unfortunately, when the iron has become bonded with microorganisms, a water softener will have virtually no effect. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can offer you a tailored solution to eliminate hard water from your well water supply.
Reducing TDS from Water Supplies in Columbus, NE
TDS or Total Dissolved Solids is used to refer to all particles dissolved in water. A high TDS level in drinking water will make it harder for your body to process the fluid, leaving your kidneys to filter out the impurities. This makes it vitally important that your drinking water supplies do not contain a high TDS. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska provides the best water filtration systems to correct the toughest water issues native to Columbus. EcoWater Systems has been dramatically reducing or completely eliminating high TDS for over fifty years. A Whole Home Solution will guarantee that you and your family can enjoy low TDS and great tasting drinking water.
Eliminating Hydrogen Sulfide Water Issues in Columbus, NE
A rotten egg smell in your drinking water is due to the presence of hydrogen sulfide gas. This is a problem, which is native to the rural wells in the Columbus region. Hydrogen sulfide is dissolved in water causing bad odors and cloudiness. Additionally, the presence of dissolved gasses can be aggressive on your plumbing system, causing excess wear and tear on washers, valves, and seats. EcoWater Systems, Nebraska uses a number of proprietary protocols to ensure the elimination of hydrogen sulfide gas from water supplies.
Reducing Nitrate Levels From Well Water in Columbus, NE
Rural areas around Columbus, NE are prone to nitrate water issues. Nitrate is a naturally occurring type of nitrogen, which is mobile in water. Nitrogen is vital for plant growth, and it is often added to the soil to improve the productivity of field crops. But irrigation and rain can seep through treated soil, carrying dissolved nitrate into the groundwater. A high nitrate content in drinking water inhibits the capacity of red blood cells to carry oxygen, which can be particularly harmful to vulnerable adults and small children. Specialty filters can safely remove nitrates from drinking water to ensure that it tastes great and is safe for the whole family.
Water issues can have a massive impact on the bottom line of any business. Mineral deposits from hard water can build up in commercial equipment and plumbing systems, reducing heat transfer and restricting water flow. Water hardness issues can lead to higher costs, reducing your profits and triggering increased maintenance and labor costs. Additionally, your business will need to shoulder the financial burden of early replacement of fixtures and equipment, and higher energy expenses associated with untreated hard water.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has the knowhow and experience to determine which areas of your business can financially benefit from improved water quality. Our professional team of commercial water treatment experts is available to assist you in finding the best solution for the specific needs of your business from our wide range of cost effective systems and products.
Multi-media Water Softening and Water Filtration Replacement and Repair in Columbus, NE
EcoWater Nebraska’s factory authorized service center in Columbus, is a premier repair facility in Nebraska. It offers services for emergency repair for numerous water filtration systems and water softeners in Columbus, NE including EcoWater Systems, WaterBoss, Sears, Lindsay, Culligan, Rayne Water, Whirlpool, Rainy, Water Right, Autotrol, Rainsoft, Hellenbrand, Benson, Lakeland, Microline, Water Care, Addie, Kinetico, Clack, Fleck and Soft Water.
Call EcoWater Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for immediate assistance with your water filtration system, or drinking water needs in Columbus, NE, Schuyler, David City, York City, Fullerton Seward City or click here for water delivery service.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska and Columbus NE.
Columbus lies 75 miles northwest of Lincoln and 85 miles west of Omaha. It is situated on the northern bank of the Loup River near the Platte River confluence. It has an elevation of 1,447 feet and was built in the Platte River valley on flat terrain. Columbus covers an area of 10 square miles and has a population of approximately 22,000. The hamlet was first settled in 1856 by the Columbus Town Company. The group was named for Columbus Ohio, the original place where the settlers had lived. Columbus was sited near to the proposed Transcontinental Railroad route. The growth of Columbus was slow until construction of the railroad in 1863. With the Platte County expanding agriculture and the traffic on the new railroad, Columbus saw a period of prosperity and growth, expanding to three times its size.
During World War II, the government purchased 90 acres to be used as an aluminum extrusion plant. Before construction could begin, it was determined that the war would be over in the near future. The land was sold back to the city at a fraction of the purchase price, and this land was used for industrial activity. Many businesses have been attracted to Columbus as hydroelectricity provides an abundance of cheap energy. Today there are a number of manufacturing and processing plants supporting the local economy. The city also has a strong agricultural industry.
Columbus Loup River Bridge from NW, Nebraska.
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Water Softener, Treatment, Filtration, Reverse Osmosis Services in Columbus, NE Zip Code is 68601, 68602