Right up front, and to put your mind at ease, even high levels of iron in your water are not harmful to your health. You simply couldn’t drink enough water for damage to occur.
On the other hand, iron is a corrosive element and, at high levels, can cause damage to your plumbing leading to problems such as these:
How to Tell if You Have High Concentrations of Iron in Your Water
Do you suspect your home’s water supply to have a high mineral content? Here’s how you can tell.
If any of this sounds familiar and you even suspect you have excess amounts of iron in your water – either from your city or well water supply – contact CT Mechanical Services today so we can test your water and, if appropriate, recommend the right water filtration solution for your family and budget.
We are water filtration specialists ready to help you now.