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 Aurora, NE.  Click here to contact us for immediate service.

Offering solutions for high hardness, iron, nitrates, and rotten egg smell for Aurora, NE rural areas.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can not only provide treatment solutions for municipal water supplies, but also rural well water and has been providing effective options for Aurora, NE’s most challenging high hardness, iron, nitrates and hydrogen sulfide common in Aurora, NE rural areas.

EcoWater Systems provides superior technical capabilities, especially in managing bad tasting, smelly water caused by hydrogen sulfide, high nitrate levels, high nitrate levels and high hardness levels caused by deposits of magnesium and calcium, which are all commonplace throughout the rural areas of Aurora, NE.

As final barrier protection of the well water supplies in Aurora, NE is the property owner’s responsibility, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska offers best in class solutions including final barrier protection devices that can address the water issues typically found in the rural well water supplies.

Eliminating Hard Water from Aurora, NE's Water

Hard water is extremely common in Aurora, NE, but fortunately, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has decades of experience successfully correcting hard water problems, offering best in class filtration systems that are specifically designed to tackle even hardness of up to 25 grains. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can eliminate the magnesium and calcium mineral deposits native to Aurora, NE’s water supplies that are likely to be causing plumbing problems and appliance clogging in your home. The EcoWater Systems of Nebraska Aurora regional service center can treat the water problems for Hastings, Gothenburg, Lexington, Kearney, and Aurora.

Removing Iron and Rusty Water from Aurora, NE's well water

EcoWater Systems also has an unrivaled track record dating back over half a century for treating the water problems that are associated with high levels of iron. Rusty colored water is due to a high iron content that occurs when the groundwater travels through formations of iron bearing rock. Residents of Aurora are likely to have experienced the rust colored stains that appear on bathtubs, toilets, sinks, linens, and clothing due to a high level of iron in the water.

Dissolved iron in water can also contribute to scale formation that can clog pipes and impact the efficiency of any water using appliances. Unfortunately, there are multiple kinds of iron problem, so the “one size fits all” solutions typically recommended by many water treatment brands may not be appropriate to effectively address the specific water quality problems affecting your home.

Most water softener systems only eliminate Fe2 or “ferrous” iron. Additionally, when iron bonds with microorganisms in the water, there will be almost no water quality improvement with this type of system. Fortunately, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska offers tailored solutions to eliminate any iron in your water supply.

Reducing TDS from Water Supplies in Aurora, NE

Total Dissolved Solids or TDS is the measurement of all the particles dissolved in your water. High TDS in drinking water makes it increasingly difficult for the body to process, as the kidneys are forced to filter out greater amounts of impurities. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska provides the best treatment solutions and water filtration systems to address the most challenging TDS water issues that can cause difficulties in Aurora, NE. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has over five decades of experience significantly reducing or even completely eliminating high TDS. An EcoWater Systems Whole House Solution guarantees that you can enjoy excellent tasting, low TDS drinking water. 

Eliminating Hydrogen Sulfide Water Problems in Aurora, NE

A rotten egg smell in water is almost immediately apparent and is typically the result of hydrogen sulfide gas. This issue is common in the Aurora region. The presence of hydrogen gas dissolved in water creates a cloudy appearance and causes bad odors. Additionally, any form of dissolved gas can be aggressive on plumbing systems, causing excess wear and tear throughout the system, particularly on washers, seats, valves and other components. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska employs several proprietary protocols to eliminate hydrogen sulfide gas 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 Aurora, NE, Hastings, Kearney, Lexington, and Gothenburg or click here for water delivery service. 

Reducing Nitrate Levels in Aurora, NE's Water

Aurora, NE, and the surrounding rural areas are prone to nitrate water issues. Nitrate is a naturally occurring type of nitrogen that is mobile in water. Since nitrogen is an important nutrient for plant growth, it will often be added to soil to improve the field crop productivity. Unfortunately, irrigation and rain passes through treated soil, and this allows dissolved nitrate to be carried into the groundwater. High nitrate levels in drinking water has been shown to inhibit red blood cell oxygen carrying capacity. This can be especially harmful to small children, vulnerable adults, and infants. Specialty filters are needed to safely eliminate nitrates from drinking water and ensure that it has a great taste while making it safe for the entire family.

Water Specialists for Aurora, NE Businesses

Water quality issues can have a massive impact on costs for any business. Mineral deposits from hard water accumulate in plumbing systems and water using commercial equipment, inhibiting the water flow and compromising heat transfer. High water hardness leads to higher operating costs, shrinking profits, increasing labor costs and creating the need for additional maintenance. Your business will also face the financial burden of replacing fixtures and equipment prematurely, and higher energy expenses that are associated with untreated hard water.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has extensive experience and expertise to determine the areas of your business that will benefit financially from water quality improvements. Our professional team of commercial water treatment experts is here and ready to assist in finding the solution best suited to the exact needs of your business from within our diverse range of cost effective systems and products.

Multi-media Water Softener and Water Filtration Replacement and Repair in Grand Island, NE

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

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska and Aurora NE.

Aurora is located in Hamilton County, Nebraska. The city has a population of approximately 5,000 and is the county seat for Hamilton County. Aurora was established in 1861 when David Millspaw settled as the first permanent resident in the area. Hamilton County was established in 1870 and Aurora was formally laid out as a town a year later. The town was named by David Stone after his former hometown, Aurora, Illinois. When Orville City became an extinct town, the county seat transferred to Aurora in 1876.

Today, Aurora is predominantly a residential area. There are 1,199 families and 1,781 households in the city according to the 2010 census. This creates a population density of 1,544 inhabitants per square mile. The city occupies an area of 2.91 square miles of which only 0.01 square miles is water. In addition to the residential homes, there are a number of local businesses, museums, and public schools.

Hamilton County courthouse, Aurora, Nebraska, USA
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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 Aurora, NE. Click here to contact us for immediate service.