Iron curtains eliminate rust, odors and bad taste in the home water supply
Altoona IA – The local water softener technician explains the iron curtain filtration system that solves a multitude of water problems. The iron curtain removes iron, sulfur and manganese from water to improve quality and help protect water using appliances. It dissolves away the materials and filters them away leaving clean, fresh smelling, good tasting water.
The local water softener experts with Iowa Soft Water can install the system to eliminate a number of problems like iron stains, musty taste and bad odor. The iron curtain helps protect plumbing and appliances from rust accumulation and corrosion for a longer lasting life and improved performance.
Only clean and pure water gets past the iron curtain, the most technologically-evolved water treatment product hat provides the flexibility to efficiently meet the client’s needs. Customers notice an improved difference with no more iron stains and rotten egg odors.
A water softener technician from Iowa Soft Water (http://www.watersofteneraltoonaia.com/) will explain how the iron curtain can reduce iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide with the improved aeration head design that allows more options for oxidation and easier installation.
Customers can visit the Iowa Soft Water website to learn more about this innovative water conditioning product. Iowa Soft Water strives to provide superior products and services to area homeowners and business owners. Find out more about how the iron curtain works in a water system at http://www.iasoftwater.com/ironcurtains.html
About Iowa Soft Water:
Iowa Soft Water offers a wide range of water treatment products including reverse osmosis water filter systems and home water softeners. They provide free water assessments and consultations for homes and businesses. Iowa Soft Water is a registered Hellenbrand dealer and member of the Better Business Bureau and the National Water Quality Association. They have been welcome guests, exhibiting their products at the Iowa State Fair and Des Moines Home and Garden Show.