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Water Treatment and Water Purification Services In Aledo And Weatherford, TX

Family enjoys clean water after water treatment and water purificationDo you have hard water problems? Does your well need water testing? Call Elder’s Pure Water today for complete water treatment and water purification services in Weatherford and Aledo, TX. Our water specialists will ensure that your water is clean and safe from harmful bacteria, metals, and more. To schedule an appointment or learn more, call us at 817-901-7775.

There are hundreds of contaminants that can make their way into your water. Many are safe and even beneficial in small amounts; however, larger concentrations can cause serious health problems. Certain minerals like calcium carbonate can even cause problems for your plumbing system. We’ve all heard stories of contaminated well water and people ending up in the hospital with a parasite. Not all water contaminants cause such serious, immediate problems though. Some may simply cause skin irritation or scale buildup in your pipes.

If you want to ensure the safety and quality of your water, call Elder’s Pure Water for water testing services in Aledo and Weatherford, TX. We provide you with services that give your home the quality of water it deserves such as:

Water that comes from a public water supply is already rigorously tested and treated, so it should meet regulations. However, if you use a private well, you are responsible for making sure it is safe.  If you need any kind of water treatment or water purification, our water specialists are happy to help!

Common Water Problems

Common Water Problems

Water is essential for life; we drink it every day and use it in our showers, cooking, laundry, and more. It’s important to be educated about your water so you can ensure your home and family’s safety and health. Many contaminants can make their way into our water without our knowledge. Be water aware and be mindful of these common water problems:

Too Many Minerals

Dirty water pours out of faucetAlmost all water has some levels of various minerals in it, such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, and more. Studies have found these minerals beneficial to people’s health, so removing them all (as in distilled water) is not necessary. However, too many minerals can cause your home to have “hard water.”

Have you noticed white spots on dishes after they dry, or foggy wine glasses? Is it difficult to lather soap in the kitchen and bathroom? These are common indicators of hard water. While it won’t necessarily hurt your health, it can cause dry, dull skin and harm your plumbing.

Rotten Egg Smell/Taste

Hydrogen sulfide can cause an offensive rotten egg or sulfuric smell and taste in your water. You may only notice this problem when using hot water in your home. Though generally not harmful to your health, it can corrode copper, steel, and brass. A quality water purification system can remove all the taste and smell from your water.

Yellow or Orange Tinted Water

If the water coming from your faucet is tinted orange, yellow or brown, you may have too much iron in your water. Be careful, though, as this could also indicate pipe corrosion. Have your water tested and consider calling a plumber to inspect your pipes. If the problem is a high iron concentration, a water softener or ozone filter can help.

Call Elder’s Pure Water at 817-901-7775 if you need water treatment and water purification services in Weatherford and Aledo, TX.

Ozone Purification

How Ozone Purification Works

Ozone water purification produces bubblesThe process of ozone water purification has been used for the past 100 years, beginning in Europe. Today, it is the most common method of water purification in the world. Used in both major water treatment facilities and in homes, it is a highly effective way to rid your water of dangerous metals, bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants. Plus, it uses no chemicals like in chlorine treatment.

An ozone water purifier uses the unstable ozone (O3) molecule to purify water. An ozone generator will produce ozonated bubbles by passing oxygen through ultraviolet light or an electrical discharge. Then the bubbles infuse a tank of water where they inactivate viruses and oxidize metals, making them easier to filter out.

The process produces no harmful byproducts and uses no chemicals. When the ozone finishes its job, it reverts back to oxygen, leaving your water clean and safe. Because the ozone reverts to oxygen, ozone water purification must be conducted onsite, in your home. The Environmental Protection Agency approves this method of water purification, and it’s fast and cost-effective.

If you’re interested in ozone water purification in Aledo and Weatherford, TX, give Elder’s Pure Water a call at 817-901-7775 today! Our water specialists will carefully assess your home and test your water to find the proper system for your budget and needs.

Hard Water & Your Plumbing

Hard Water & Your Plumbing

Hard water buildup on showerheadTired of pulling white-spotted dishes and fogged glasses from the dishwasher? Does your hair ever feel sticky when you get out of the shower? Does the water pressure in your faucets and shower head seem low? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have hard water.

Hard water is so called because the excess minerals in the water make it hard to lather soap. This usually has a minimal impact on a person’s health, sometimes causing dry or dull skin and hair. However, hard water can cause pretty serious damage to your home’s plumbing. The high concentration of minerals in your water leaves behind scale buildup and mineral deposits which can clog fine holes like on your faucet or shower head. It can also damage water-using appliances like your water heater, coffee machine, etc. If you’ve ever wondered what those white, flaky stains on your shower head or in your coffee maker were, they were mineral deposits from hard water. This can shorten their lifespan and require tedious and costly repairs or replacements.

To prevent frequent plumbing and appliance repairs, you can use a water softener to reduce the level of minerals in your water. Most water softeners use a chemical process involving salt to replace the calcium and magnesium in your hard water with sodium. The level of salt in your water will be extremely low, so no need to worry about taste or health!

If you want to learn more about water softener installation in Weatherford and Aledo, TX, call Elder’s Pure Water at 817-901-7775. Our water specialists will be happy to answer your questions and find the perfect unit for you and your home.