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What the Heck is an Acid Neutralizer?

Posted by Karl Peterson on January 01, 2020 in  Buying a home  Real Estate Advice
You just bought a house and the water test has come back showing a high pH value. Your home inspector suggests the installation of an acid neutralizer. What the heck is that? Acidic water is any water with a pH value of 6.5 or less. pH is measured on a scale between 1 and 14, with 7 representing the neutral value. Acid water occurs naturally, as rain falls to earth soft and slightly acidic. As it absorbs minerals and dissolves solid materials, the pH of the water can rise. Water with a pH value higher than 7.5... read more
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