Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for water treatment solutions to address Hard Water, Sulfur issues causing a rotten egg smell, High TDS, Iron | Rusty Water, as well as any multi-media water filtration services in Kearney, NE. Click here to contact us for immediate service.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska not only specializes in municipal water problems, but also rural well water issues and has been providing effective treatment solutions for Kearney, NE’s most challenging high hardness and high chlorine municipal water as well as high hardness, high TDS, high nitrates, high iron, and hydrogen sulfide problems for Kearney, NE’s rural areas.
EcoWater Systems provides unrivaled technical capabilities, particularly in managing the high hardness levels caused by deposits of magnesium and calcium, smelly, bad tasting water caused by hydrogen sulfide, high nitrate levels, high Total Dissolved Solids, and high iron levels that are all common across the rural areas of Kearney, NE.
As the final barrier protection of Kearney, NE’s well water supplies is the responsibility of the property owners, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska offers best in class solutions including innovative final barrier protection devices to correct the water issues typically found with rural well water.
Hard water is very common in Kearney, NE and EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has over 50 years of expertise and experience successfully correcting hard water issues, providing best in class filtration systems that are specifically designed to address even Kearney NE’s 30 grains of hardness. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can eliminate the deposits of calcium and magnesium native to Kearney, NE’s municipal water supplies that are likely to clog up your appliances and cause plumbing problems within your home. EcoWater Systems Kearney’s regional service center serves the water problems for Hastings, Lexington, Aurora, and Gothenburg.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska also has an unsurpassed track record that spans over fifty years for correcting water problems associated with high iron. Rusty colored water is caused by a high iron content, created when the groundwater moves through formations of iron bearing rock. Residents of the Kearney area are likely to have experienced the rust colored stains that appear on toilets, sinks, bathtubs, linens, and clothing due to the high iron content of the water.
When iron is dissolved in water, it can also contribute to the formation of scale. This scale can clog pipes and compromise the efficiency of water using appliances. Unfortunately, there are several types of iron problem and this diversity means the “one size fits all” systems recommended by many water treatment brands is not likely to offer the right solution for your specific water quality problems. Most types of water softening devices only eliminate the “ferrous” or Fe2 types of iron. Also, when the iron particles bond with microorganisms present in the water, there will be virtually no improvement in your water quality when using this type of treatment device. Fortunately, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can offer a tailored solution to eliminate iron from your well water supply.
Total Dissolved Solids or TDS is the term used to measure all the particles dissolved in water. High TDS drinking water makes it increasingly difficult for the human body to process, as your kidneys are forced to filter out greater amounts of impurities from the fluid. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska provides the best treatment solutions and filtration systems to combat even the most challenging TDS water issues, native to Kearney, NE. EcoWater Systems has five decades of experience and expertise in significantly reducing or even completely eliminating high TDS levels. An EcoWater Systems Whole House Solution guarantees that you can enjoy fantastic tasting, low TDS drinking water.
If you notice a rotten egg smell from your water, it is usually due to hydrogen sulfide gas. This type of issue is common in the rural wells in the Kearney region. The presence of dissolved hydrogen sulfide gas in your water can cause a cloudy appearance and bad smells. Additionally, any dissolved gas in your water can be aggressive on the plumbing system in your home, causing excessive wear and tear on many components including the valves, seats, and washers. EcoWater Systems, Nebraska employs numerous proprietary protocols to ensure that any hydrogen sulfide gas is eliminated from your water supply.
Call EcoWater Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for immediate assistance with your water filtration system, or drinking water needs in Kearney, Hastings, Aurora, Lexington, and Gothenburg or click here for water delivery service.
Kearney, NE, and its surrounding rural areas are prone to nitrate water issues. Nitrate is a naturally occurring type of nitrogen, which is mobile in water. As an important nutrient for plant growth, nitrogen will often be added to soil to improve field crop productivity. Unfortunately, rain and irrigation pass through treated soil, and this allows dissolved nitrate to carry into groundwater supplies. Drinking water with high nitrate levels has been shown to inhibit red blood cell capacity to carry oxygen. This can be particularly harmful to infants, small children, and vulnerable adults. Fortunately, specialty filters safely eliminate traces of nitrates from drinking water ensuring that it is great tasting and safe for the entire family.
For any business, water issues can have a massive impact on the bottom line. Hard water mineral deposits can accumulate in plumbing systems and water using commercial equipment. This restricts the water flow and reduces heat transfer. High water hardness leads to higher operating costs, reducing your profit as labor costs are increased and a need for increased maintenance is created. Additionally, your business will need to face the financial burden of replacing equipment and fixtures prematurely, and the greater energy expenses that are associated with untreated hard water.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has the expertise to determine the areas of your business that will benefit financially from improving water quality. Our professional team of commercial water treatment experts is here and ready to assist you to find the solution best suited to the particular needs of your business from within our diverse and extensive range of cost effective devices, systems, and products.
EcoWater Systems of Nebraska’s service center in Kearney is a premier repair facility in Nebraska. Our factory authorized facility provides emergency repair services for myriad water filtration systems and softeners including EcoWater Systems, Whirlpool, WaterBoss, Sears, Culligan, Lindsay, Rainy, Rayne Water, Water Right, Autotrol, Hellenbrand, Rainsoft, Benson, Lakeland, Microline, Addie, Water Care, Clack, Fleck, Soft Water and Kinetico.
Kearney is the county seat of Buffalo County in Nebraska. The city is strategically placed on the I-80 providing easy access to Denver, Des Moines, Kansas City and Wichita. Kearney covers an area of approximately 13 square miles and has a population of approximately 30,700 residents.
The original settlement of Kearney was located 2 miles southeast of present day Kearney and was called Dobytown. The community was born after the Civil War ended when the railroad was pushing west. When the city was being moved, it was renamed after Fort Kearny. Unfortunately, while the fort was named after Colonel Stephen W. Kearny, the town name was consistently misspelled. Although the additional “e” was a mistake, it was adopted as the official city name. As a result of the railroad and the proximity of the Platte River, Kearney continued to enjoy steady growth.
Today, Kearney is not only home to University of Nebraska at Kearney, but it also has several museums. The state’s official collection of art spanning 175 years is housed at the Museum of Nebraska Art. The Viaero Event Center is a 5,500 venue for performances and concerts, and there are over 210 vehicles on display at the Classic Car Collection. Visitors can also enjoy two microbrewers in downtown Kearney.
The Great Platte River Road Archway Monument near Kearney, NE
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Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for water treatment solutions to address Hard Water, Sulfur issues causing a rotten egg smell, High TDS, Iron | Rusty Water, as well as any multi-media water filtration services in Kearney, NE. click here to contact us for immediate service.