Tag Archives: Filtration

Service Your Own Acid Neutralizer

Servicing Your Own Acid Neutralizer

June 27th, 2018

Caring for your acid neutralizer doesn’t need to be complicated. At Mid-Atlantic Water, we encourage all of our customers who have the time and effort to spare to service their acid neutralizer. This maintenance will ensure that the equipment lasts as long as possible and that your water stays fresh and clean. What You’ll Need Read More

Chlorine Removal Whole House Carbon Systems Mid Atlantic Water

Chlorine Removal Using Whole House Carbon Systems

June 21st, 2018

For decades now, chlorine has been utilized to treat water before consumption by getting rid of any waterborne diseases and pathogens. It’s easy to use, inexpensive to purchase and reliable. However, some homeowners concerned about the negative impacts of chlorine in water might want to invest in a whole house carbon system. When Can Chlorine Read More

Our Iron Filters (Including the Fleck 2510A1O with Katalox Light)

May 23rd, 2018

Iron filters, like the Fleck 2510A1O iron filter with Katalox light, are an innovative and practical way to keep the water at your home or business clean and safe for consumption. The iron filters that we offer are designed to remove a broad spectrum of contaminants including sulfur, other odors, rust, dirt, iron, chlorine and Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Acid Neutralizers

May 17th, 2018

Is your home’s water supply acidic? If you are concerned about the negative effects of acidic water on your home and health, you should invest in an acid neutralizer for your home. How can you select the right one? Acid Neutralizer 101 Acid neutralizers are the best way to correct a low pH in your Read More

All About the Fleck 2510AIO Filter System with Katalox

May 9th, 2018

At Mid-Atlantic Water, one of the most common problems we encounter is homes with high levels of sulfur, iron and manganese in the water. Aside from causing off-color and unpleasant-smelling water, these can all be hazardous to your health. The best way to remove a wide range of substances from your home’s water supply is Read More

The Harmful Effects of Chlorine and Fluoride on the Human Body

April 25th, 2018

Could the water coming into your home be damaging your family’s health? The chlorine and fluoride added to tap water in most municipalities are not always very good for you. What are the harmful effects of chlorine and fluoride on the human body, and how can you protect your family? Chlorine in Your Water The Read More

The Fleck 2510A1O with Katalox Light

March 22nd, 2018

Iron filters, like the Fleck 2510A1O iron filter with Katalox light, are the best way to ensure that your family is drinking clean, safe water. Iron filters remove a variety of contaminants including iron, rust, dirt, tastes, chlorine, odors and sulfur. You don’t need to worry about adding chemicals into the water or performing regular Read More

How Much Sodium Does a Water Softener Add to Your Drinking Water?

January 17th, 2018

If you use a water softening system in your home, the water softener works by exchanging sodium (salt) for hardness. The harder that your water is, the more salt it will take to balance the water out. How to Determine Sodium Levels in Your Water If you want to know the exact amount of sodium Read More

Remove the Excess Sulfates from Your Water

December 28th, 2017

Sulfates are present in water throughout residential and commercial properties, and they are colorless and odorless (unlike sulfur). If your water has high levels of sulfates, it can lead to a wide variety of uncomfortable side effects including dehydration, stomach illnesses and weight loss. It has a disproportionate effect on infants and the elderly. What Read More

Why Is Tannin Removal So Important?

November 28th, 2017

  Tannins are found in nature, and they are the result of the natural decay of outdoor materials, vegetation and trees. Tannins are made when groundwater runs through the soil and decaying objects, and water that is high in tannins will be visibly tinted a yellow or brown shade. Tannins are common in homes with Read More