Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for water treatment solutions to address High TDS, Hard Water, Rotten Egg, Sulfur Smell and Iron | Rusty Water, as well as any multimedia water filtration services in York, NE. Click here to contact us for immediate service.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska correcting the water problems of York, NE for Half a Century

Offering solutions for Municipal well water hardness and TDS, as well as high hardness, iron, rotten egg smell and nitrates for York, NE rural areas. 

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska specializes in solving both municipal and rural well water issues, offering treatment solutions for York, Nebraska’s most challenging hardness and TDS municipal water problems, as well as high hardness, hydrogen sulfide, high iron and high nitrate problems typical of York, NE’s well water.

EcoWater Systems provides unsurpassed technical expertise in managing high hardness levels caused by deposits of magnesium and calcium, bad tasting, smelly water from hydrogen sulfide, high iron levels, high TDS and nitrate levels, all common in the rural areas of York NE. 

Since final barrier protection of York, Nebraska’s well water supplies is the property owner’s responsibility, EcoWater can provide state-of-the-art solutions including innovative final barrier protection devices to address the water issues found in York’s rural well water.

Eliminating High Hardness from York, NE’s Municipal Water

Hard water is a very common issue in York.  EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has been offering best-of-breed filtration systems since the 1960’s that are specifically designed to correct York NE’swater hardness caused by calcium and magnesium deposits.

Reducing TDS from the Water in York, NE

The term TDS or Total Dissolved Solids is used as a measurement for all of the dissolved particles in water supplies. A high TDS in your drinking water supply makes it increasingly difficult for your body to process the fluid. Your kidneys will be forced to filter out greater amounts of particles and impurities. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can provide you with the best water filtration systems and treatment solutions to combat even the most challenging TDS water challenges native to York, NE. EcoWater Systems has over fifty years experience of significantly reducing or even completely eliminating high TDS. An EcoWater Systems Whole House Solution can guarantee you enjoy excellent tasting and low TDS drinking water.

Eliminating Iron and Rusty Water from York NE’s well water.

EcoWater Systems has an equally unrivaled track record relating to the treatment water issues associated with a high iron content. Rusty colored water contains a high level of iron, which occurs when groundwater passes through iron bearing formations of rock.  Residents of York are likely to have experienced the rusty stains that appear on linens, clothing, sinks, toilets, and bathtubs due to the high iron content of the local water. 

When iron is dissolved in water, it can also contribute to the formation of scale. Scale can accumulate to clog pipes and compromise the efficiency of water using appliances. Unfortunately, there is not just one type of iron problem. This variation means that the “one size fits all” approach is not likely to offer the right treatment for your specific iron water issue. Many water-softening devices, in fact, only eliminate “ferrous” or Fe2 types of iron. But if the iron bonds with microorganisms that may be present in the water, there will be almost no improvement in water quality when using this kind of device. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can provide you a customized solution to eliminate iron from your rural well water supply.

Eliminating Hydrogen Sulfide Water Issues Native to York, NE

If there is a rotten egg odor in your water, it is usually due to the presence of hydrogen sulfide gas. This issue is common in the rural wells in of the York region. Dissolved hydrogen gas in water supplies, causes a cloudy appearance and unpleasant odors. Additionally, the presence of any dissolved gasses is aggressive on plumbing systems, causing excessive component wear and tear including the washers, valves, and seats. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska employs several proprietary protocols in order to ensure that hydrogen sulfide gas problems are eliminated from your water supply.   

Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for immediate assistance with your water filtration system, or drinking water needs in York, Schuyler, David CityFullerton and Seward or click here for water delivery service.

Reducing Nitrate Levels From the Well Water in York, NE

York, NE, and its surrounding rural environs are especially prone to nitrate water problems. Although nitrogen is a vital nutrient for plant growth, and is often added to soil to improve field crop productivity, when irrigation and rain pass through treated soil, it allows the dissolved nitrate to travel into the groundwater supplies. High nitrate levels in drinking water has been shown to inhibit the oxygen carrying capacity of red blood cells. This can be especially harmful to small children and older adults with underlying health issues. Specialty filters can eliminate nitrates from drinking water making it safe for the whole family. 

Water Specialists for the Businesses of York, NE

Water quality problems can have a considerable impact on the bottom line of any business. Mineral deposits from hard water accumulate in plumbing systems and water using commercial equipment, which in turn restrict water flow and reduce heat transfer efficiency. High levels of water hardness can contribute to higher operating costs which means reduced profits, increased labor costs and a need for more maintenance. Additionally, your business is likely to face the financial burden of needing to prematurely replace fixtures and equipment.  

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska can provide the experience and PRO expertise to determine the areas in your business that would financially benefit from improving the quality of your water. Our professional team of commercial water treatment experts can assist you in finding the right solution that is best suited to the specific requirements of your unique business.

Replacement and Repair for Multimedia Water Softening and Water Filtration Systems in York, NE

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

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska and York, NE.

York is the York County seat. York County was founded in 1870, just three years after Nebraska was admitted to the Union as the 37th state. The name York came from the town in Yorkshire in England. When it was chosen as the county seat, a courthouse and post office had to be established and between 1875 and 1877 the town enjoyed rapid growth.  When York climbed over 800 residents, it was formally organized into a city.

In 1877, the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad tracks reached York, and the first trains gave the area a further boost. Over the years, three railroads serviced York, but the Burlington Northern has been serving the city, hauling grain, coal and other freight since 1942.

To this day, York is primarily an agricultural area with the principal crops being soybeans and corn. There are also manufacturers and mills in the area. The city population has grown to 7,766 according to the 2010 census and is now home to the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women and York College.

York Water Tower
Photo credit: Ammodramus (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for water treatment solutions to address High TDS, Hard Water, Rotten Egg, Sulfur Smell and Iron | Rusty Water, as well as any multimedia water filtration services in York, NE. Click here to contact us for immediate service.