When my spouse and I moved out of our cramped house in the city, and bought a home in the country, both of us were super happy about our large yard, then we were looking forward to the privacy, fresh air, and the ability to make the place our own. We weren’t sad about trading neighborhood water for well water. We figured this would save us some money, since we’d no longer be paying a water bill. I planned to plant a vegetable garden and was cheerful to have the ability to water my plants without draining the budget. We soon found out that our well produces seriously strenuous water, our water supply is overrun with calcium, lime and rust, and it destroys everything it touches. The strenuous water discolors our clothes and linens, and leaves a residue on sinks and bathtubs. I’m forced to use very serious chemicals for cleaning, which then disfigures the finish. Our faucets are constantly plugged and suddenly become corroded. Our water gas furnace never lasts longer than a couple of years because the strenuous water either builds up an excessive amount of sediment or causes the tank to rupture; My washing component frequently malfunctions and I don’t even bother trying to run a dishwasher. The dishes come out looking worse than when I loaded them in. The strenuous water turns the glasses cloudy, leaves water spots and stains everything an ugly red. We’ve tried water softeners, hoping to repair the problem. The water is so excessively strenuous that the softener system runs and runs and eventually leaves us with no water.