Do you have a problem with bad tasting or smelling water? Does your well need water testing? Call Elder's Pure Water today for complete home water treatment and water purification services in Aledo and Fort Worth, TX. Our water specialists will ensure that your water is clean and safe from harmful bacteria, metals, and more. We can provide multiple home water treatment and filtration options that deliver cleaner, healthier water to your home. To learn more about your home water treatment options or to schedule an appointment, call us at 817-901-7775.
Home Water Purification Options
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. Along with health and plumbing concerns, these water inefficiencies can lead to dry skin, stained clothes and dishes, and buildup on faucets and fixtures. Our professionals can provide water purification systems that deliver clear, healthy water for your family.
Ozone Water Purification
As the most innovative method for water purification, this home water treatment offers complete purification of your water system. Ozone treatment systems use an extra oxygen molecule added to attract and remove all toxins and contaminants from the water including bacteria, viruses, metals, chemicals, and even parasites. Discover how an ozone home water purification system can benefit your home by calling 817-901-7775 today to schedule your appointment with a Elder's Pure Water technician.
Reverse Osmosis Purification Systems
As the foremost in home water purification systems, the reverse osmosis, or RO, systems provide total elimination of contaminants in your home’s water supply by using multiple filters as well as a semipermeable membrane to filter and re-filter your home’s water. These home water treatment systems hole up well in high sedimentary areas and can offer clear, healthy water for your family and loved ones.
Home Water Filtration Systems
Like water purification systems, water filtration removes harmful particles from your water supply. However, filter systems are less costly and require less maintenance. These systems are great for households that wish to remove a foul smell or taste from the water but have no signs of contamination from harmful chemicals or particles. To find out if a home water filtration system is a right choice for your Elder's Pure Water home, call the Elder's Pure Water experts at 817-901-7775.
While water filters can be made from multiple types of material, carbon filters typically present the best general protection for your water supply. Carbon water filters are capable of removing toxins, bacteria, chemicals, and debris from your water without leaving behind byproducts such as chlorine like other methods of water treatment.
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. Our professionals will test your well water and deliver a comprehensive report of your water’s contents as well as options on how to combat any problems found. When you need well water treatment in the Aledo and Fort Worth, TX area, call our technicians at 817-901-7775 to schedule your consultation.
- Testing for Bad Water When your water smells or tastes funny, our experts will provide comprehensive testing to find out why.
- Water Booster Pumps Learn how these pumps can solve your low-pressure water problems, for good.
- Water Softener Eliminate build up on your faucets and dishes, faded clothes, and dry skin caused by hard water.
- Water Purification System Receive clean, safe water that’s completely void of contaminants and particles.
- Whole House Water Treatment Systems Treat your entire home for clear, healthy water from any access point in your house.
- City & Drinking Water Treatment Discover how you can get better tasting drinking water without having to install a whole home system.
- Well Water Treatment System Well water can be chalk full of contaminants and bacteria. We can help you eliminate any particles, parasites, or other contaminants.
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
Almost 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, hard water 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 carbon filter can help.
Call Elder's Pure Water at 817-901-7775 if you need water treatment and water purification services in Aledo and Fort Worth, TX.
How Ozone Purification Works
The 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 Fort Worth, 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
Improving Your Water Quality
Tired 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 Problems
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. Water softeners remove excess calcium and minerals from your water supply, delivering softer, gentler water.
Like hard water, low-pressure water systems can not only contribute to irritating situations but can lead to water pipe damage and under-cleaned dishes and clothes. This is because water pressure helps to push debris and minerals through your pipes more quickly to prevent build up. Poor water flow allows sediment and minerals to increase, possibly causing slow pipes and clogs. Low water pressure also makes thorough cleaning much more difficult due to the lack of water pressure to release dirt and grime. Booster pumps and pressure tanks are great ways to increase your water pressure by gauging current pressure status and supplementing until optimal levels are reached.
You don’t have to suffer from water problems that cause frustrating task completion or costly repairs. Our experts can provide realistic, effective options for your water that are affordable and hassle-free. Call us today at 817-901-7775 to discuss your water problems and find the best solution for you.
No matter what type of water quality problem you have at your Aledo and Fort Worth, TX home, the Elder's Pure Water experts are here to help. We provide comprehensive water treatment service to ensure your home’s water is always in optimal condition, delivering great tasting, healthy water to your family. Call us today at 817-901-7775 to learn more about your home water filtration system options in Aledo and Fort Worth, TX or to schedule your appointment with one of our technicians.