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Enjoy quality water for your Oakfield, 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 Oakfield, WI!

Our water treatment solutions in Oakfield, 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 Oakfield’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 Oakfield, WI!

Case Studies From Oakfield
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The homeowners called us to see if we could come out to fix the water softener. The brine tank was backfilling and close to the point where it would...
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Brine Tank Backfilling- Oakfield, WI

Homeowners older unit was backfilling.  Our technician Garrett got out there as soon as possible to correct the issue.

Garrett had it up and working in no time and tested the water to make sure everything was working properly before he left.

Brine Tank Backfilling- Oakfield, WI - Photo 1
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