- Your water tastes bad.
- Your house was built before 1986
- You're on well water
- Your clothes look dingy after washing
- You're scrubbing too much
According to studies, the causes of sewage odor in drinking water is sulfur bacteria and hydrogen sulfide gas in your water source. Hydrogen sulfide produces the smell of sewage at higher levels. Hydrogen sulfide is responsible for the smell of sewage in the water that comes from your faucet.
Also known as limescale, calcium buildup is a result of water that contains dissolved calcium salts moving through your pipes and flowing through your faucets and showerheads. When you have water with high levels of these calcium salts and other minerals, it is called hard water.
The experts at Unique Water can assist you in this they have the expertise to instruct you with the right information.
The short of it is they take how many people and bathrooms in the home and the water quality.
Soft water replaces those magnesium and calcium ions with sodium ions. The result is soft water. The salt is what makes the water feel slimy. After you buy a water softener, you might feel slimy and slippery after you take a shower, like you haven't gotten all the soap off of you.
Here at Unique Water, we have a fix for that slimy feeling. Just call us and let us explain how we can help.
Aside from the biggest problem, plastic waste. Some research has shown that BPA (Bisphenol A) can seep into food or beverages from containers that are made with BPA. Exposure to BPA is a concern because of the possible health effects of BPA on the brain, behavior, and prostate gland of fetuses, infants, and children. You'll find a few bottled water's being marketed as BPA-free.