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KarSare understands Water Challenges in KY

According to one University of Kentucky study, “The quality of groundwater in the Bluegrass Region varies considerably from place to place and is determined by its geologic source. In Fayette County, groundwater is hard to very hard and may contain salt or hydrogen sulfide, especially at depths greater than 100 feet. The two most common natural constituents that make water in the Bluegrass Region objectionable for domestic use are common salt and hydrogen sulfide. According to the Kentucky Division of Water, Groundwater Branch, Fayette County has areas of moderate to high sensitivity to groundwater pollution. The hydrogeologic sensitivity of an area is defined as the ease and speed with which a contaminant can move into and within a groundwater system. The sensitivity assessment addressed only the naturally occurring hydrogeologic characteristics of an area. Possible impacts of human activity upon groundwater, such as mining, logging, industry, and the use of pesticides, injection wells, and landfills.”

KarSare Systems understands the water challenges in central KY and will take the time to learn about the particular water issues your family is facing. That way, we can recommend the most efficient, effective and economical water treatment solutions custom fit to your home. You can count on our friendly professionals to treat your water and your family right.

We know that water treatment can be confusing. There are so many different water treatment products on the market – from simple water filters to water softeners to saltless systems, the options seem to be endless. And they each claim to be the best. It’s hard to know what you need, but we can help.

Combine the superior design and performance of Kinetico water softeners, reverse osmosis drinking water systems and water filters with our exceptional service, and you have a winning combination for solving just about any water problem.

Call us for more information at (859) 873-7909.