If brown water is coming out of your pipes, you might have rusty water. Water with rust can be caused by an old anode rod. If too much rust builds up, it will flake off and cause a high volume of corrosion which could lead to cracks in the pipes. Cracks in the pipes could cause leaks in your home, resulting in potentially expensive repairs. Read more about the causes of rusty water.
It’s important to conduct a lead water test if you’re unsure whether or not you have lead pipes. John C. Flood can repair or replace interior and exterior pipes and install water purification systems to keep your family safe from lead in water. Consuming lead in water has been linked to cardiovascular disease, constipation, nausea, and depression. Read about the importance of lead pipe replacement.
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