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Water Systems in Brainerd, MN

Water is one of the most important resources that humans require to survive. To stay healthy and keep your body in good shape, you must have access to a consistent supply of safe drinking water. Water filtration is one approach to ensure that you always have clean water available.

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Range Water Conditioning

The majority of water in Brainerd is pumped out of the ground from an aquifer deep below the city. For the most part, the water that comes out is very high quality and tastes great. In some instances, there are problems that can be solved with the proper water treatment system installed in your home. High nitrate concentration is a common problem as well as an overabundance of minerals (hard water). Whatever your problem is, we would love to take care of it for you. 

With products from Range Water Conditioning, you’ll have the treated water you need, when you need it. High-performance resin conditions your water with prime effectiveness. And our systems are easy and economical to use, simple to service and maintain. Range Water Conditioning can show you how.

Having problems with hard water?

Softened water feels smoother and doesn’t damage appliances like hard water.

Does your water taste bad?

Water filtration system removes all unwanted elements that can show up in your water.

Do you want to purify your water?

Iron removal system eliminates iron as well as manganese and sulfur from your water supply.

Benefits of Drinking Purified Water

Purified water eliminates the risk of illness and disease associated with consuming tap water. It’s beneficial for your internal systems’ health as well as your outside appearance. In the case of RO systems, the water is 99 percent free of contaminants. Additionally, the superior purification technology adds critical minerals and electrolytes such as potassium and magnesium, enhancing the filtered water’s advantages even further.

Simply said, filtered drinking water enables people to stay hydrated more effectively. It assists with digestion, improves athletic performance, detoxifies the body, and promotes cleaner skin, among other benefits. Rather of reaching for tap water or sugary drinks as your go-to beverage, Range Water offers a pleasant, healthful alternative.

Water Softener Systems

A water softener is a device that softens water by eliminating the minerals that cause it to be hard. Water that contains a high concentration of calcium and magnesium is called hard water. Hard water causes a number of issues in your home that you may or may not be aware of.

Hard water is known to block pipes, make soap and detergent dissolving in water more problematic, and leave water marks behind. It causes scale accumulation inside your pipes and water appliances, lowering your water heater’s performance. This means that more energy is used to heat water, resulting in higher energy costs.
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Salt-Based Water Softeners

Salt-based softeners are meant to eliminate minerals that contribute to the hardness of your water. As a result, you’re likely to see little to no limescale buildup on your home’s fixtures and appliances. You’ll notice that your clothes appear brighter and cleaner, and that your hair and skin are no longer dry and irritated. Due to their enhanced effectiveness, we recommend salt-based softeners. This is because the sodium really dissolves the mineral buildup in your water.

Salt-Free Water Softeners

Due to the fact that salt-free water softener systems do not truly collect hard water minerals, there is no need for salt or a regeneration cycle to flush the minerals down the toilet. Because water softening by definition demands that hard water minerals need to be removed, and the salt-free procedure just modifies the minerals, enabling them to remain in the water, salt-free water softeners do not really soften water.
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Iron Removal and Filtration Systems

Iron is one of the important nutrients required for a healthy lifestyle and a well-balanced diet. Excess iron, on the other hand, might be harmful to the body. Water containing iron or manganese can have an unpleasant flavor, a bad odor, and a yellowish-brown appearance.

Iron and manganese can corrode pipes and decrease water pressure. Installing an iron and manganese filter in your home is the best way to remove stains and odors from your water. It works by removing impurities from water, purifying it, and making it suitable for drinking and other applications.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Point of Use Reverse Osmosis - Whole House Reverse Osmosis

A whole-house reverse osmosis system eliminates unclean aerators and replaces them with a completely sealed system. No more water softeners, pricey odor oxidizers, or iron filters under the sink. You will be able to live without salt, chemicals, or electricity.

A whole-house reverse osmosis system is a type of water filtration system that filters all of the water in your home via a reverse osmosis membrane. At the point where water enters your home, a whole house reverse osmosis system is installed. The membrane treats all water entering your home plumbing, from your kitchen sink to the water you use to shave, shower, and flush. Reverse osmosis systems for the entire house remove all hardness, salts, and contaminants from your water.
Reverse osmosis used throughout the house eliminates practically all pollutants, including sodium, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc, lead, arsenic, magnesium, fluoride, manganese, cyanide, chloride as well as microorganisms and other chemicals
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High Levels Of Nitrate In Brainerd Water

According to ewg.org, the nitrate level in Brainerd water is 2.1 times higher than the EWG Health Guidelines Standards state is acceptable. At .289ppm, the nitrate level is still well below the federally mandated standard of 10ppm, but it hasn’t put the issue to rest for everyone.

In the January 2020 Brainerd Dispatch article, writer Matthew Guerry writes that “Hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans drink from tap water sources that contain potentially unsafe amounts of nitrate.”

If you think your water contains too much nitrate, schedule a water test with us today.

News: Brainerd Public Utilities Stop the Chlorination of Brainerd Water Supply

Every so often some sort of contamination happens with the Brainerd water supply and the people in charge of keeping Brainerd supplied with clean drinking water are required to add chlorine to the water to kill any bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms that could potentially get people sick. When the problem is resolved, this board must vote when it’s time to shut off the flow of chlorine into the water.
The board, at this time, decided to stop adding chlorine. Brainerd is one of the few cities that doesn’t continually add chlorine to the water, a common practice in cities throughout the country. Most cities add a small amount to the water to keep it free of germs that can spread disease and illness, but it changes the flavor of the water and might have other long-term effects that aren’t commonly talked about.

Brainerd, Minnesota

Brainerd is a city in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, United States. Its population was 13,592 as of the 2010 census. Brainerd was first seen by European settlers on Christmas Day in 1805, when Zebulon Pike stopped there while searching for the headwaters of the Mississippi River. It is the county seat of Crow Wing County, and is one of the largest cities in Central Minnesota. Brainerd straddles the Mississippi River several miles upstream from its confluence with the Crow Wing River, having been founded as a site for a railroad crossing above said confluence.

Things to do in Brainerd

  • Lum Park (City park with fishing & disc golf)
  • Buffalo Hills Park (Family hub for play & picnicking)
  • Gregory Park (Park for play areas, basketball & tennis)
  • Kiwanis Park (Riverfront venue for playing & picnics)
  • Paul Bunyan Land (Paul Bunyan Land is an amusement park located in Brainerd, Minnesota)
  • Three Bear Waterpark (Hot tubs, water slides & a lazy river)
  • Rice Lake

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