At Shelton’s Water, we believe that our customers deserve access to the cleanest, best-tasting water possible. Whether you’re a business owner in Arlington or a resident in Weatherford — we’re here for the DFW Metro. Our team is committed to providing long-lasting, trusted water treatment solutions, which is why we’ve organized this list of common questions.
Municipal water throughout Texas contains high levels of minerals. From calcium and magnesium to iron and other dissolved metals, the result is the same — water that dries to a chalky finish and dulls surfaces. When the minerals are removed from your water supply, you’re left with soft water — a gentler, fresher alternative.
Throughout cities in the Dallas Fort Worth Metro, tap water is treated and tested for safety. Despite these regulations, many of our customers enjoy the peace of mind that comes from a filtration system installed for their home’s individual water supply. If you’re interested in filtering specific contaminates, improving your water’s taste or eliminating common particulates, we have the perfect solutions for you!
Many water treatment companies offer water softeners for residential use. If you’re interested in making the change but are curious about how the process works, our team is here for you. Many water softeners function through an ion exchange — replacing hard minerals with sodium ions found within special resin beads. More details can be found on our blog, Understanding A Water Softener System.
Whole-home filters are designed to remove physical particulates from your drinking water, like dissolved metals and minerals. Reverse osmosis systems utilize specialty filters to eliminate contaminates down to the viral level. Neither of these systems produces water that’s “better” than the other — let our team find the perfect solution for your household!
Here at Shelton’s Water, we’re proud to be an authorized, independent Kinetico dealer in DFW Metro. We’re committed to providing reliable, long-lasting water treatment systems for our customers. There’s no such thing as “the best” water treatment system — but there is “the best” system for you. Let our team walk you through your options, reach out today!