PLUMBING Tips & Tricks
Discover the truth behind yellow water and learn if it's safe to drink or take a bath. From causes of discoloration to potential health risks, this blog will help you understand and solve your dirty water problem.
Your water may be yellow due to the natural presence of iron, manganese, sediment in the water, and/or other sources of contamination.
It could also be caused by a corrosion issue in your plumbing system or even something as simple as rust particles from an old pipe.
Fortunately, yellow water isn’t necessarily dangerous but can indicate a bigger problem with the quality of your water supply. Our advice is to refrain from drinking it.
Microbial contamination, exposure to heavy metals and other chemicals, and skin irritation from bathing in discolored water are all potential health risks that can arise from yellow tap water.
The best way to test yellow water for contamination is to have it tested by a professional. At Home Test kits are available for the motivated DIYer.!
You can install a filtration system or use other methods, such as chemical treatments or aeration processes, to remove contaminants from the water.