Well water users have some treatment options when it comes to severe quality issues including high iron, iron bacteria, and other difficult-to-remove contaminants. The best recommended treatment for quality issues like these is by oxidation combined with filtration, but there are a couple highly reliable oxidation methods to consider: chlorination and hydrogen peroxide. What are the pros & cons of using chlorine or hydrogen peroxide? Both have their advantages and disadvantages so you can choose the most suitable method for you!
"Buying water treatment without a water analysis is like buying a house without an inspection: you don't know exactly what you're buying and when problems arise you're stuck with a costly investment."
If you're looking for a water filtration system then chances are you're experiencing some sort of problem(s) with your water. You may start noticing staining on fixtures, appliances, clothes, and even your hair due to high iron, manganese, or tannins; hard water spotting, scale, and build up; acidic water corrosion due to low pH levels; or bacteria, nitrates, or salts are reaching health-affecting levels in your area. Whatever the case, you can't begin shopping for water treatment options without a detailed water analysis in hand.