Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for water treatment solutions to address High TDS, Hard Water, Sulfur issues causing a rotten egg smell, and Iron | Rusty Water as well as any multi-media water filtration services in Gothenburg, NE.  Click here to contact us for immediate service. 

Offering solutions for high hardness, nitrates, high TDS, iron and rotten egg smell for Gothenburg, NE's rural areas.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska specializes in treating both municipal and rural well water issues and has been offering treatment solutions for the most challenging high iron, high nitrates, high TDS, high hardness, and hydrogen sulfide problems of Gothenburg, NE’s rural areas.

EcoWater Systems provides unrivaled technical capabilities especially in the management of high hardness levels caused by magnesium and calcium deposits, high Total Dissolved Solids, smelly, bad tasting water caused by hydrogen sulfide, high nitrate levels, and high iron levels, which are all common throughout the rural areas of Gothenburg, NE.

As the final barrier protection of Gothenburg, NE’s private well water supplies remains the property owner’s responsibility, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska offers best in class solutions including innovative final barrier protection devices to address the water quality issues typically found in rural well water.

Eliminating Hard Water from Gothenburg, NE

Hard water is a very common problem throughout Gothenburg, NE, but EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has 50 years experience successfully correcting hard water issues, providing best in class filtration systems that are specifically designed to address even Gothenburg NE’s high hardness. EcoWater Systems can eliminate the magnesium and calcium deposits that are native to Gothenburg, NE’s water supplies. These deposits are likely to be clogging up your water using appliances and creating plumbing problems inside your home. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska Gothenburg’s regional service center serves the water problems for Kearney, Aurora, Lexington, and Hastings.

Eliminating Rusty Water from Gothenburg, NE's well water.

EcoWater Systems has an unrivaled track record that spans over fifty years in treating the water problems associated with high iron levels. Rust colored water is caused by a high iron content that is created when the groundwater moves through formations of iron bearing rock. Residents of the Gothenburg area may have already experienced the rust colored stains that appear on clothing, linens, sinks, toilets, and bathtubs due to the high iron content of the water. 

When iron is dissolved in water, it also contributes to scale, which clogs pipes and can compromise the efficiency of water using appliances. Unfortunately, the “one size fits all” systems typically recommended by many water treatment brands may not offer the correct solution to our specific water quality issues as there are several types of iron problem. Most water softening devices only eliminate the “ferrous” or Fe2 types of iron. Additionally, if any microorganisms present in the water supply bond with the iron, there will be virtually no improvement in your water quality using this type of device. Fortunately, EcoWater Systems, Nebraska can provide you with a tailored solution to eliminate any form of iron from your water supply.

Reducing TDS from the Water Supplies in Gothenburg, NE

Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) is a measurement of all the particles dissolved in your water. High TDS drinking water makes it increasingly difficult for the body to process, as the kidneys are forced to filter out higher levels of impurities from the fluid. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska provides the best filtration systems and treatment solutions to combat the most challenging TDS water issues that are native to Gothenburg, NE. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has over five decades of expertise and experience in significantly reducing or completely eliminating high TDS levels. EcoWater Systems Whole House Solutions will guarantee you can enjoy excellent tasting and low TDS drinking water. 

Eliminating Hydrogen Sulfide Water Problems in Gothenburg, NE

The distinct and unpleasant rotten egg smell in water supplies is often due to hydrogen sulfide gas. This unpalatable problem is common throughout the Gothenburg region, and the presence of this gas creates a cloudy water appearance and causes bad odors. Also, any type of dissolved gas in your water can be aggressive on your plumbing system. It causes excessive wear and tear on components including the valves, washers and, seats. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska employs various proprietary protocols to ensure 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 Gothenburg, Kearney, Aurora, Lexington, and Hastings or click here for water delivery service. 

Reducing Nitrate Levels From Water Supplies in Gothenburg, NE

Gothenburg, NE, and the surrounding rural areas are prone to nitrate water problems. Nitrate is a form of nitrogen that is naturally occurring and mobile in water. Nitrogen is vital for plant growth and is often added to the soil to boost field crop productivity. Unfortunately, as irrigation and rain pass through treated soil, it allows dissolved nitrate to travel into groundwater supplies. High drinking water nitrate levels have been shown to cause health issues as it inhibits the red blood cell capacity to carry oxygen, which is particularly harmful to infants, small children, and certain adults. Specialty filters safely eliminate nitrates from drinking water supplies to ensure that it is great tasting and safe for the entire family.

Water Specialists for Businesses in Gothenburg, NE

Water quality issues can have a direct impact on the bottom line of your business. Deposits of hard water minerals can accumulate in your plumbing system and water using commercial equipment. This accumulation restricts the water flow and reduces heat transfer. High water hardness levels often lead to higher operating costs, increasing labor costs and creating a need for further maintenance to reduce your profits. Additionally, your business will need to face the financial burden of replacing equipment and fixtures and prematurely, together with the higher energy expenses associated with hard water.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has both the experience and expertise to help you determine the areas of your business that will benefit financially from an improvement in your water. Our professional team of commercial water treatment specialists is ready to assist you to find the solution best suited to the specific and unique needs of your business from within our extensive selection of cost effective products and systems.

Multi-media Water Filtration and Water Softening Replacement and Repair in Gothenburg, NE

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska’s service center in Gothenburg is a premier repair facility in Nebraska. This facility is factory authorized and offers emergency repair services for a variety of water softener and filtration systems including EcoWater Systems, Fleck, Whirlpool, Addie, WaterBoss, Sears, Rainsoft, Culligan, Lindsay, Water Right, Rainy, Rayne Water, Autotrol, Hellenbrand, Benson, Lakeland, Microline, Water Care, Clack, Soft Water and Kinetico. 

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska and Gothenburg NE.

Gothenburg is a city with a total area of approximately 3.64 square miles in Dawson County in Nebraska. The city is named after the Swedish city of Gothenburg and has a strong Swedish heritage. Gothenburg, Nebraska was founded by Olof Bergstrom in 1882. Mr. Bergstrom came to America from Sweden and worked on the Union Pacific Railroad for a time. He then homesteaded near the Gothenburg site in Dawson County. When he became a UP land agent, Bergstrom selected the Gothenburg site and created a farmstead in the north of the town. He also traveled back to Sweden several times to lead groups of settlers to the area. This Swedish heritage is still obvious today with the Swedish Crosses Cemetery marking the graves of Swedish immigrants. This had a Nebraska Historical Marker dedicated in 1991. 

Gothenburg was also home to two Pony Express Stations as the trail ran through the city. The Upper 96 Ranch station was donated to the city in 1931 and was relocated to Ehmen Park. The second station remains in its original location, and it is open to the public on Lower 96 Ranch. There are also other museums in the city including the Gothenburg Historical Museum and the Sod House Museum.

Gothenburg Pony Express Station from SW
Photo credit: Ammodramus

Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for water treatment solutions to address High TDS, Hard Water, Sulfur issues causing a rotten egg smell, and Iron | Rusty Water as well as any multi-media water filtration services in Gothenburg, NE.  Click here to contact us for immediate service.