Here in the Aim Water community, a variety of factors can affect how water tastes, smells and feels.
That’s why we test your water before we recommend how to treat it properly. Here are a few of the problems we commonly see and treat.

iron stains in white sink

Iron and Manganese

Iron and manganese can leave rust stains on clothing, appliances and fixtures. What’s more, these metals can make your water taste and smell bad.

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Hard Water on tub faucet

Hard Water

Hard water dries out skin and makes hair brittle. It causes soap scum in tubs and showers and spots on faucets and fixtures. It also causes scaling in appliances, which results in less efficiency and costly repairs.

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Musty, earthy, fishy taste or smell?

Caused by algae, molds and bacteria that live in water and can multiply within a home’s plumbing system.

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Cloud water in a glass

Cloudy Water

Raw water comes into your home with any number of impurities that can cause cloudiness.

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rotten egg smell

“Rotten Egg Smell”

Raw water comes into your home with any number of impurities that can cause cloudiness.

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beach ball for chlorine water

Chlorine taste or smell

The taste and smell of chlorine are unappealing and can also dry out your skin and hair. While municipalities use chlorine to disinfect the water supply, it should be filtered out before you use it to eliminate these effects.

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