A: No. Over the years, our customers have let us know their wishes about adding fluoride to their drinking water, as the following timeline details:
A: Hardness is a way of defining the mineral content of water. "Hard water" has high mineral content. "Soft water" has low mineral content. Our water is considered soft, which means it contains small amounts of some minerals.
Learn more about EWEB water quality test results.
A: Particles in your drinking water might clog your faucet aerators, but particles are usually not harmful or toxic.
Rust or other minerals in your home's plumbing could cause colored particles. A broken dip tube in your water heater could cause white flaky particles. To find out what kind of particles are collecting in your aerator:
You should consider replacing your dip tube if plastic pieces are clogging your aerators. To replace your dip tube, follow manufacturer instructions. Plumbers can replace dip tubes and flush remaining particles out of the water heater.
A: Check out some tips on how to get rid of discolored water from your home.
Here is how to flush your home's pipes:
Get more information here.
A: If your water tastes or smells of chlorine, check out some tips for removing the taste of chlorine in the water you drink. For other tastes and odors you can try the tips below.