Cause: Excessive Mineral Content in Water
Solution: Installing & Maintaining a Water Softener
Calcium buildup is also known as limescale. This happens when the water that moves through your pipes, showerheads & faucets contains dissolved calcium salts. High levels of calcium and other minerals is referred to as hard water.
Cause: Corroded Casing, Broken Well Screen, Faulty Pressure Tank or Water Bearing Layer
Solution: New Pressure Tank, Sand Filter, Turbidity Filter or Replacement Well
One of the main sources of sediment is rust or small particulate in the water bearing layer. Old piping, corroded casing, broken well screen, or a faulty pressure tank could be the cause. Rust can indicate deterioration of plumbing, which causes rust and when left unrectified potential leaks can occur.