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The water we use in our homes and businesses can often be contaminated by unwanted chemicals in the water supply. If you notice signs of contaminated water on your property, or would simply lie to have your water tested, our water treatments professionals at Sun King Inc can help. Read on for more information on common water contaminates and contact our Hawaii team at (808) 871-9721 today! 

Hard Water

Do you notice spots on dishes, shower doors, or fixtures?

Hard water is water that has a high mineral content. Hard water occurs in both municipal and rural water supplies and is the natural result of minerals such as magnesium and calcium accumulating during the water cycle. Measured grains per gallon (gpg) — with one grain equivalent to 17.1 milligrams of minerals per liter of water — water's "hardness" is not necessarily dangerous, though at high levels it should be treated. Signs and effects of hard water include:

• Scum collected on shower doors and floors
• Staining in sinks and basins
• Dulled and clogged pores
• Worn-out clothing
• Increased energy bills due to scale build-up in your water heater and pipes.
• Low water pressure from in faucets, showers, and other water-using appliances.

Hard water can be harsh on your property, your body, and your property. Let our professionals here at Sun King address your hard water problem using our state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques and treatment services.
Does your water look foggy or contain sand/dirt?

Like hard water, cloudy water is the source of unwanted objects in the water supply. In the case of cloudy water, however, these objects are slightly larger. Cloudy water is caused by sand, dirt or other inorganic matter finding its way into the water supply. The cloudiness you see is, in fact, small solids suspended in your water.

While cloudy water is often classified is an aesthetic concern, it can lead to costly troubling plumbing issues if left untreated too long. Excess solids in your water can, over time, clog pipes and other small water bearing faucets. Cloudy water can also wear down seats, washers, and washers, eventually leading to the need for costly repairs. Water turbidity can also cause staining in all objects in comes into contact with, including water basins, fixtures, and clothing. To most effectively treat cloudy water on your property, contact a licensed water treatment team of our professionals here at Sun King. We have the experience and equipment necessary to find the right water treatment solution for your property.

Cloudy Water

Chlorine and Chloramines

Does your water taste or smell like swimming pool water?

Chlorine is a chemical most widely-known for its role as a swimming pool sanitizer. It's also commonly found in cleaning and disinfecting products such as bleach. Municipalities will also often use chlorine in the disinfection of the public water supply to kill off unwanted bacteria and other potentially harmful agents. Chloramines (chemical combinations of chlorine and ammonia) are common alternatives to chlorine. They are often used to by municipalities to provide longer-lasting water treatment for water delivered to consumers.

Chlorine in your water supply, even at acceptable household levels, can both affect the taste of food and beverages and contribute to physical symptoms such as skin irritation and dry eyes. At Sun King, we proudly provide comprehensive chlorine treatment services for homes and businesses with excessive chlorine in their water supplies. When you work with us, our highly-trained professionals will test your water and provide you with a treatment solution that will start working on your property immediately.


Concerned about lead in your water? We can help.

Lead is a toxic metal that can cause serious health problems if ingested. Unlike other water contaminates, it is not safe at any level. It also differs from other water contaminants in that it rarely occurs naturally in the raw water supply. In most cases, lead contamination occurs after water has left the treatment plant. The most common cause of lead contamination is corrosion in the historical household plumbing components such lead pipes, lead solder, and brass faucets. Most homes built before the 1930’s utilized lead pipes and are thus at high risk for lead contamination. Even homes built after the 1930’s carry some risk: if your home's plumbing utilizes copper pipes, the solder may contain elevated levels of lead. To properly eliminate lead from your supply, it's necessary to enlist the help of a trained professional to both diagnose the source of the problem and provide a lasting solution. At Sun King, our water treatment professionals will provide you with the services you need to keep your water lead-free. Call us today to learn more!
Contact our professionals at (808) 871-9721 for comprehensive water treatment services today!
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