Water Treatment for Your Texas Home
Water Treatment for Your Texas Home
When you require dependable and cost-effective water treatment services in the Texas region, look no further than the skilled professionals at Elder's Pure Water. We offer comprehensive testing and treatment solutions to ensure the ongoing purity and healthiness of your water supply. Feel free to reach out to us today at 817-631-4967 to discover more about how you can enjoy enhanced water quality in your Texas residence.
We serve the following Texas counties with our water treatment expertise:
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Our team of experts is capable of conducting swift and thorough water assessments, pinpointing the specific contaminants and addressing quality issues such as low pressure or elevated calcium levels. Subsequently, we will discuss the results with you and offer practical, cost-efficient solutions to restore your water to its optimal state. When you require dependable and hassle-free water testing services in Texas, don’t hesitate to contact the professionals at Elder's Pure Water at 817-631-4967 to schedule an appointment.
The water in your residence may potentially harbor detrimental contaminants, including bacteria, viruses, metals, and other pollutants. Our team of specialists is equipped to assist you in completely eradicating these impurities, ensuring your access to exceptionally clean and healthy water. Whether you require ozonation or reverse osmosis systems, our experts can recommend the perfect solution for your home’s water needs. For prompt and cost-effective water purification services in Aledo and Fort Worth,TX, trust our experienced professionals. Contact us as your initial point of contact at 817-631-4707.
Occasionally, our water supply may become tainted with non-harmful yet bothersome elements such as sediment, silt, and other environmental byproducts. Water filtration systems are designed to eliminate these impurities, along with more hazardous substances like chlorine and lead. If you’re unsure whether a water filtration system is suitable for your residence in Aledo and Fort Worth, TX, don’t hesitate to seek advice from our experts. Reach out to us at 817-631-4707 to discuss your needs with our professionals.
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201 Shary Aledo TX 76008
Phone Number: 817-631-4967
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Start at DFW International Airport 2400 Aviation Dr, DFW Airport, TX 75261, Continue to TX-97 Spur, Exit from TX-97 Spur, Head north on TX-97 Spur, Use the left lane to stay on TX-97 Spur, Take Texas 121 TEXpress/Texas 183 TEXpress, I-820 W and I-30 W to Interstate 20 Frontage Rd/West Freeway in Parker County. Take exit 420 from I-20 W, Merge onto TX-97 Spur, Take the exit onto TX-183 W toward Ft Worth, Use the left lane to take the exit toward Texas 121 TEXpress/Texas 183 TEXpress, Continue onto Texas 121 TEXpress/Texas 183 TEXpress, Merge onto I-820 W, Take exit 3A to merge onto I-30 W toward Weatherford, Continue onto I-20 W, Take exit 420 toward Farm to Market Rd 1187/Farm to Market Road 3325/Aledo, Keep right at the fork and merge onto Interstate 20 Frontage Rd/West Freeway, Take FM 1187 S to Shary St in Aledo, Merge onto Interstate 20 Frontage Rd/West Freeway, Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto FM 1187 S/Farmer Rd, Continue to follow FM 1187 S, Turn right onto Robert St, Turn left onto Cherry St, Cherry St turns right and becomes Shary St, End at Elder’s Pure Water 201 Shary St, Aledo, TX 76008
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Counties in/near Texas:
Tarrant County, Wise County, Denton County, Hood County, Jack County, Johnson County, Palo Pinto County and Parker County
Cities in/near Texas:
Aledo, Weatherford, Fort Worth, Willow Park, Hudson Oaks, Azle, Springtown, Grandbury, Denton County, Hood County, Jack County, Johnson County, Palo Pinto County, Parker County, Tarrant County, Wise County, Argyle, Aubrey, Coppell, Denton, Justin, Krum, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Little Elm, Pilot Point, Ponder, Sanger, The Colony, DeCordova, Lipan, Tolar, Bryson, Jacksboro, Maryetta, Alvarado, Burleson, Cleburne, Crowley, Godley, Grandview, Joshua, Keene, Venus, Mingus, Santo, Strawn, Azle, Mineral Wells, Arlington, Bedford, Colleyville, Euless, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Keller, Kennedale, Mansfield, Newark, North Richland Hills, Roanoke, Southlake, Alvord, Boyd, Bridgeport, Chico, Decatur, and Rhome
Zip Codes in/near Texas:
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Neighborhoods in/near Texas:
Parks of Aledo, McDavid Estates, Deer Creek Estates, Stone Creek Farms, Split Rail Estates, Meadow View Farms, Annetta Estates, Willow Park, Annetta, Hudson Oaks, Downtown Weatherford, Westwood Estates, Meadowview Estates, Crown Valley Estates, Silverstone Pearson Ranch, Willow Creek Estates, Oakwood Estates, College Park Meadowlands, Cartwright Estates, Downtown Fort Worth, Near Southside, Fairmount, TCU/Westcliff, Ridglea, West 7th Cultural District, Northside, Mistletoe Heights and Eastchase
Frequently Asked Water Treatment Questions:
What is water treatment?
Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water for a specific purpose. Reasons for improving water quality may include drinking, cooking, bathing, or other household activities.
How does water treatment work?
Water treatment works by running water through chemicals and filters to remove toxins and hazards. This is done at both the municipal level and at a private level in homes and/or businesses. While a water treatment plant may make water potable again, healthy, clean, quality water can only be truly achieved at the point of service (pos). This is because the water running to your home or business, from the municipal water supply, picks up contaminants from the pipes it runs through. In-home water treatment or POS systems, run your water through an additional set of filters and media that remove contaminants that may have both been picked up from the city water pipes and those that may not have been removed to begin with.
How many steps are in the water treatment process?
There are typically 9 steps in the municipal water treatment process: Collection, Screening and Straining, Chemical Addition, Coagulation and Flocculation, Sedimentation and Clarification, Filtration, Disinfection, Storage, and finally Distribution. Private water treatment systems for homes or businesses can have anywhere from 3 to 16 filtration stages that work to remove additional contaminants. Some of these stages include carbon, reverse osmosis, UV light, and remineralization.