I live in an area where we have a well because there is no city water available. Will your system clean up my water of the iron and smell?
When dealing with a well, many factors come into play due to the depth of your well and what specific pollutants and heavy metals are present in the aquifer your well is drawing its water from. The first thing necessary is to test your water and find out what’s in it and how much over the “normal” or “acceptable” levels some of your pollutants may be. After that we could design a system and hopefully solve the problems. However, my experience with wells is that they change continuously. If someone down the line in your aquifer dumps a pollutant on Tuesday, your water may be overwhelmed with the pollutant by Friday! Also, in many cases the original water system may not be set up for this new specific pollutant, or cannot handle the quantity of the new pollutant currently in the well water. It is a difficult proposition to try to give a “one system works for ALL” wells. Each system is an individual system for that specific well. When the water changes, the system needs to change also and that usually means more cost to the customer!