Water Quality in Granbury, TX
If you don’t like the taste of your water in Granbury or you’re concerned that there’s something in it that shouldn’t be, reach out to us! Our expert plumbers can test your water, then build you a system that will help get it clean and clear, just the way you want it.
Common disinfection methods can cause undesirable tastes and odors in tap water. And even water that meets all applicable standards when it leaves the water plant can collect contaminants from outdated distribution systems and plumbing. If you live in the Granbury area and get your water from a private well, it could be influenced by groundwater contaminants and even issues on the surface that trickle below. But there’s no need to worry when you have the proper water filtration system to protect you and your family.
Clean, Smart Water: Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System
People are paying more attention to their water today more than ever. Clean drinking water has become the expectation, not the luxury. The superior option to bottled water, this premium, smart three-stage reverse osmosis system includes alert notifications system that makes you aware when action needs to be taken to continually improve its performance. This system features a premium metal faucet that delivers top-quality drinking water right to your kitchen sink or refrigerator. Its advanced contaminant removal makes it perfect for drinking, cooking, coffee and ice.
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Common Water Quality Problems
Regardless of the issue you’re having with your water quality in Granbury, we can help to ensure that the water used by you and your family is not only clean but also safe. With the right treatments, you can enjoy cleaner, healthier, and better-tasting water!
Bad Smelling Water
Water Filtration & Purification
Benefits of Water Treatment
There are several benefits to treating the water in your home. Not only will it help you to deal with the issue of hard or soft water, but you also get to enjoy water that is:
- Better tasting
- Better for your digestion
- Better for your health
- Extends the life of your water heater
- Cuts water heater bills
- Reduces laundry and dish soap usage
- Leaves dishes sparkling clean
- No more scale build-up in shower nozzles and piping
- No more soap scum
Types of Water Treatment Systems
Water softeners work by removing the chemicals, like calcium and magnesium, that can make water hard by mixing salts in with the water. The sodium molecules present in the salt attach to minerals such as calcium, which are then removed from the water supply. Since the levels of these minerals can vary quite a bit even within the same town or county, it’s important to get your water hardness level evaluated before you decide how to treat it.
These systems use active carbon to get rid of the toxins found in your water supply. The water must pass through several layers of filtrations before it comes out of the water source, so you end up with clean, healthy water.
Common impurities are caught and removed when the water passes through a membrane. The clean water is then pumped back into the plumbing of your home. Whether you need to make your water safe to drink, to use in gardening or to bathe with, this system will work well for your needs.