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Water Treatment in Arlington, TX

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Water treatment is a vital part of any plumbing system. Without water treatment, your water supply would be contaminated with bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants. The good news is that with the right water treatment system, your water supply will be safe to use.

At Bahama Plumbing, we offer a wide selection of water treatment systems in Arlington, TX. We have been in business for over 20 years and have the experience to help you choose the right system for your needs.

Contact Us for Water Treatment Systems in Arlington, TX

At Bahama Plumbing, we have been serving the plumbing needs of our community for over 20 years. Our team has the experience and training to help you choose the best water treatment system for your needs.

Call us at (469) 224-5909 orcontact us online to learn more about our water treatment systems in Arlington, TX.

Types of Water Treatment Systems

There are several different types of water treatment systems available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The type of system you choose will depend on your specific water needs.

Some of the most common types of water treatment systems include:

  • Carbon filters– Carbon filters are effective at removing organic materials, such as algae and bacteria, from your water supply. These filters use activated carbon to adsorb the contaminants into the carbon. The filters must be replaced periodically, usually every three to six months, depending on the quality of your water supply.
  • Reverse osmosis– Reverse osmosis is a process that uses water pressure to separate the impurities from the water. The water pressure pushes the impurities through a semi-permeable membrane while allowing the clean water to pass through. Reverse osmosis systems are effective at removing many impurities from your water supply, including pesticides, lead, and bacteria.
  • UV systems– Ultraviolet light is an effective method of killing bacteria and viruses in your water supply. UV systems are often used in conjunction with carbon filters to remove organic materials from your water supply. The UV lamps kill the bacteria and viruses, which then clog the carbon filters.
  • Water softeners– Water softeners use a system of ion exchange to remove minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, from your water supply. The system will use either salt or potassium to exchange the minerals for a non-hardening mineral, usually sodium. The salt or potassium is added to a brine tank and the water will pass through the brine tank as it softens the water.

Call (469) 224-5909 for more information about water treatment systems in Ellis County.

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