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Elburn is a village in Kane County, Illinois, United States. The population was 5,602 as of the 2010 census, up from 2,756 at the 2000 census. It is located at the intersection of Illinois Route 38 and Route 47. Elburn is a far-west suburb situated 46 miles (74 km) west of the Chicago Loop with frequent commuter rail service from its Metra station at the end of the Union Pacific West Line.
On May 2, 1834, William Lance arrived in the Elburn area, and soon built a home there. Shortly thereafter, a man named Henry Warne arrived and opened a stagecoach inn called the Halfway House, since it was half-way between Oregon, Illinois and Chicago.
When the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company built through the area in 1854, the stop at this site was named Blackberry Station after the Township. The village incorporated as Elburn in 1886.
Once largely rural, the area’s population began rapidly expanding in the 1990s with the arrival of large tract home developments. In January 2006, Metra began to provide passenger rail service from Elburn to Chicago on the Union Pacific/West Line. This new station replaced Geneva as the western end-of-line making Elburn one of Chicago’s farthest western suburbs.The town of Elburn uses ground water (well water) to provide tap water for its residents.
The water hardness in the town of Elburn runs between 21 and 29 grains of hardness, with .25 ppm of iron found at some locations. The city also adds chlorine, fluoride, and other water treatment chemicals in accordance with EPA rules.
In the private well water homes in the Elburn area, we have found high levels of iron, hydrogen sulfide, multiple types of bacteria, tannins, and arsenic. The hardness for rural water in this area runs from 18-25 grains per gallon. For private wells we recommend problem water systems that help to filter out these contaminants to ensure that safe water coming into your home.
Regardless of your water challenges in the Elburn area, Northern Illinois Water Works & Aqua Systems can help you have safe, clean, refreshing water for you and your family. From top of the line SmartChoice water softeners to PureChoice Reverse Osmosis drinking water you will have soft water to help keep your appliances longer and refreshing water for your family to drink.
The best way to make sure your water is safe is to have us come out and test your water for contaminants or impurities.
A water quality report for this area is available at here.
Living in Elburn is wonderful, but you do have to deal with hard water on a daily basis. There is an excess amount of calcium and magnesium in the town’s soil. These minerals get into the water supply. This is why most residents choose to use water softeners to eliminate their hard water issues.
If you’re interested in installing a water softener in your Elburn home, Northern Illinois Water Works is the right choice. Our team of water experts can come out to your house for a FREE WATER ANALYSIS.
When it comes to the filtration of drinking water, there’s no better option than the reverse osmosis system. Reverse osmosis systems filter your water FOUR times before it reaches your glass — giving your family safe, crystal clear drinking water.
If you’re looking to install a reverse osmosis system in Elburn, give us a call at 815.899.4433 or sign-up online for your a FREE WATER ANALYSIS.
For over 20 years, Northern Illinois Water Works & Aqua Systems has been striving to provide clear, easy-to-understand soft water systems for hard water problems, that work. We do this with a quality Aqua Systems product line, and with our factory trained service technicians. If you need a water softener system for hard water in Elburn, we have the soft water solution. At Northern Illinois Water Works & Aqua Systems, we specialize in all types of water treatment options, including soft water (water softeners), iron filters, sulfur filters, drinking water systems (reverse osmosis) and are happy to help you find the one that suits your needs best.
If you need an installation, maintenance, or a repair, our water experts can help you. To get started today, give us a call at 815-899-4433.