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Improve Your Water Quality

As you know, water in West Texas is notoriously hard. However, there are ways to improve your water quality! Take a look at the options offered by The Bosworth Company.

Reverse Osmosis

While there are no serious health issues related to drinking hard water through a public system, it doesn’t always taste the best. In fact, our “hard” water, which is water with heavy mineral deposits, can leave a nasty trail. Indicators of hard water include calcium deposit “rocks” in appliances like coffee makers or soap’s inability to foam up properly.

Adding a reverse osmosis (RO) system to your home or office is a safe, inexpensive way to improve your water quality.  The process removes several key contaminants, including poisons like arsenic and some carcinogens. The installation process is relatively simple: one of our RO professionals ties the new RO system into your existing water line (usually in your kitchen). The RO unit pushes water through a semi-permeable membrane, one drop at a time, into the water tank. At that point, all you have to do is turn on the faucet! It’s as easy as that. We recommend contacting us to service your system every 6 months.

Water Softeners

As previously mentioned, the hard water in West Texas can prove to be difficult. Not just the taste, but damage to pipes and appliances, too! Limescale and calcium deposits can build up over time, leading to this damage. Instead of paying for new equipment every few years, install a water softener instead!

The softener systems uses an ionic chemical exchange, which switches the “bad” minerals like lime or calcium, and replace them with “good” minerals like salt.

If you have questions or would like an estimate on how to improve your water quality, contact The Bosworth Company today! To find out just how easy good water can be, check out our video below!