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NEW WATER SOFTENER in Hilbert, WI

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Mr. and Mrs. J had an older water softener that hadn't been working for years, so they had hard water and iron that was wreaking havoc on their home. After we had a Project Coordinator visit them and do some testing on their water conditions, they found that the EVR was the best fit because it could handle the levels of iron that they had and it would soften their water consistently and efficiently. They are now iron free and living with soft water. 

Bad Odor to Water - Hilbert, WI

Bad Odor to Water - Hilbert, WI

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Noticing a decrease in the quality of water in their home, this homeowner decided to reach out to the Clean Water Center. After meeting with one of our Project Coordinators it was decided that the older equipment would need to be replaced. This is an installation of our odor defender system, along with one of our Evolve water softeners. 

New Water Softener Install in Hilbert, WI

New Water Softener Install in Hilbert, WI

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Mr. and Mrs. D. purchased a water softener for their home back in 2006 and recently they were having issues. It didn't seem that their aging softener was regenerating appropriately. After a service technician found that the water softener meter was not working, they recommended a replacement. Industry average for the life-span of water softeners is about 10-15 years and Mr. and Mrs. D. were in that range. After meeting with our Project Coordinator, the best fit seemed to be our entry level ES water softener that was simple, but still superior to what was in place prior. They now have a nice water softener that doesn't require every day attention.

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Enjoy quality water for your Hilbert, WI home

Quality water is a critical part of keeping you and your family comfortable and healthy. You use it while cooking, cleaning, bathing, and many other essential functions within your home on a daily basis. At Clean Water Center we understand this more than anyone and, as a member of the Evolve family of dealers, we provide a wide range of quality water treatment solutions so you can enjoy good water in your home.

Do you have hard water? Are you struggling with a foul smell or concerned about contaminants? Our wide selection of water treatment solutions can meet whatever needs you have, including water filters, water softeners, water conditioners, reverse osmosis drinking water systems, and more.

Contact us today online or call 1-920-734-7665 to schedule your free water treatment cost estimate in Hilbert, WI!

Our water treatment solutions in Hilbert, WI

There are a variety of problems that can occur with drinking water. That’s why we offer a wide range of solutions including:

  • Water Conditioners
  • Whole House Water Filters
  • Water Softeners
  • Drinking-Water Filters
  • Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems
  • Multi-Stage Water Filters
  • Under Sink Drinking Water Systems
  • Water Treatment System Repair
  • Filter Replacement
  • Salt Delivery
  • Water Testing

Where does Hilbert’s drinking water come from?

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, about 66% of Wisconsin residents get their drinking water from groundwater, and the other 33% source it from Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, or Lake Winnebago. The local government reports that about 4 in 10 people get their drinking water from private wells.

Owners of private wells are responsible for monitoring their private wells to ensure they are safe to drink from. Nitrates and arsenic, for example, are common, naturally occurring contaminants in Wisconsin soil and are often found in private well water. In Outagamie County, for example, the percentage of private wells that tested over the safe level of arsenic in drinking water was nearly four times the percentage of private wells overall in Wisconsin. However, Outagamie County reported lower numbers of unsafe nitrate levels in private wells compared to Wisconsin overall.

The Importance of Filtering Your Water

How unsafe is unfiltered water?

Proper water filtration is essential for maintaining a safe source of drinking water. Even water that is not for consumption (animal or human) should be free of harmful contaminants that can affect our lives in other ways. Water for showering, washing your clothes, nourishing your pets, and even watering your plants should be healthy. Water can be considered “dirty” due to chemical pollutants and disease-causing microbes.

There are several short-term and long-term risks associated with drinking contaminated water. Exposure to chemicals in water can result in skin discoloration or, eventually, damage to the nervous system or organs. Ingesting water with disease-causing microbes is relatively rare in the United States nowadays because of advanced water filtration practices, but that used to be a common spreader of infectious diseases, including typhoid fever and cholera. There are parts of the world where these diseases still run rampant because of inadequate or tainted drinking water supplies.

Common Sources of Drinking Water Contamination:

  • Industry & agriculture— Rainfall and water runoff can carry fertilizer and pesticides into the water system. Storage facilities for these compounds can also spread contaminants through rainfall and water runoff.
  • Human & animal waste— Sewage and septic systems can spread harmful microbes into drinking water systems. Common contaminants found in these scenarios include E.coli and Giardia.
  • Treatment & distribution— Some treatments meant to clean the water can leave behind harmful chemicals such as trihalomethanes. Flaws in the water system, such as broken or rusty pipes, can also contribute to contamination.
  • Natural sources— Groundwater can pass through soil and bedrock that is contaminated with natural arsenic, heavy metals, or radioactive compounds such as radon.

Do you have foul-smelling, dirty, or hard water? Contact us today and schedule your free estimate in Hilbert, WI!

Case Studies From Hilbert
Nitrate
In Wisconsin the DNR recommends getting your private well water tested annual for health and safety. Those who do sometimes discover that their...
Leaking
This homeowner has a twin tank system that developed a leak over several years of service.
Job Stories From Hilbert, WI
Updating Sulfur Treatment

When customers had sulfur gas in their well water years ago it was usually solved by chlorination/dichlorination system.  The problem with these systems is that the homeowner has to constantly be adding liquid chlorine to the system, the holding tank that mixes the chlorine and sulfur to treat it fills with oxidized sulfur sediment reducing flow, and the carbon tank gets used up over time and then the whole home smells like a pool.  With these new EVS sulfur systems there is no more chemical injection, the only upkeep is annual preventative maintenance. It also is only one tank, not 3+.

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Sulfur Smell in Water - Hilbert, WI

The homeowner were having troubles with a sulfur smell in their water.  Garrett, our technician, went to the home to rebed their iron filter.  Over a period of time, the media in the tank becomes exhausted and needs to be replaced. Garrett, then tested the water and ran the unit through a cycle.  The sulfur smell did go away and the homeowners have great water again!

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New homeowner- Cloudy water. Hilbert, WI

This new homeowner had water that was cloudy. When they moved into the home there was a watersoftner already installed. We tested the water and found the water was very hard and the unit needed to be set on a different regen to keep up with the hardness. We changed the regen and the homeowner didn’t have any more cloudy water.

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R.O. not filling with water.

Mr. O was haveing a issue with his R.O. system not filling with water. Randy was able to resolve Mr. O's issue and also repalced the pre filter. Randy made sure the R.O. was working for Mr.O. 

Dry Brine Tank- Hilbert, WI

The homeowners called us concerned that their softener was not working.  Upon arrival, our technician Garrett noticed that there was no salt in the brine tank.  He added a few bags to be able to test the water treatment equipment to be sure it was working properly.  He also changed some additional filters that were clogged up as well.  Garrett then tested the water before and after the treatment equipment to be sure everything was working properly.  

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Maintenance Renewal- Hilbert, WI

Mrs. H is a maintenance plan customer of ours. She purchased this plan when we installed a brand new unit into their home.  This allows the homeowner to keep the warranty on the unit every year when we come out to do a routine annual inspection.  

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Annual Maintenance Plan Renewal - Hilbert, WI

Mr. and Mrs. H have are on our annual maintenance plan for their Evovle water softer.  They scheduled and appointment for Shae to come out to do the 10 point performance check and the annual precventative maintenance.  Shae tested the water before and after their water treatment equipment to make sure everything was working properly.  He also delivered enough salt out for the year so the homeowners would not have to haul it on their own.

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Commercial Salt Delivery- Hilbert, WI

One of our commercial accounts lets us know monthly that they will need salt.  We are happy to help our friends in other businesses in the area with their salt needs.

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