top of page


It’s bad enough to be able to see, smell, or taste a contaminant. But what if your water looks, smells, and tastes just fine — is it? Not necessarily.


North Texas has a variety of water quality issues.

Microbial and organic contaminants cannot always be detected by human senses.

While taste issues are only noticed at the faucet(s) where water is used for drinking, bad smelling water can be noticeable any place in or around a home or office.

Hard water is a common quality of water which contains dissolved compounds of calcium and magnesium and, sometimes, other divalent and trivalent metallic elements.

It isn’t just fixtures and appliances that can be discolored and stained. Discoloration of water is another sign of impurities.

Copper, iron, and manganese causes discoloration on sinks, tubs, and toilets.

The corrosion of pipes and plumbing fixtures can cause a bevy of problems with your water.

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has compiled a database of 30 million water quality tests. Check your water quality on EWG's database or request a free water analysis. We will come to your home or business to discuss your concerns and work together to find the right solution.


Whole House Water Filtration & Treatment

Whole-house treatment reduces contaminants in water intended for showering, washing dishes and clothes, brushing teeth, and flushing toilets. If desired, a Revese Osmosis (RO) system can be added to the treat drinking water.

Benefits of water treatment and filtration:

  • Better tasting and smelling water

  • No more drinking or bathing in chlorine, chloramines, pharmaceuticals, and other contaminants

  • No hard water deposits on faucets, showers, or appliances

  • Extend the life of major appliances (dishwashers, washing machines, etc)

  • Prolong the life of your clothes, towels and sheets

  • Extend the life of major appliances (dishwashers, washing machines, etc)

  • Save money on soap and detergent


In-home water treatment provides the final barrier to prevent contaminants or health hazards from being ingested by you, a family member or pet. It can also address the impurities that lend an unattractive taste, smell, or appearance to your drinking water.


Request a Free Water Analysis

Concerned about the quality of your water? We will come to your home or building, test analyze the water, and talk with you about your concerns.


Site Evaluation

We provide information, not a sales pitch. We will come to your location, test your water, listen to your concerns, answer questions and then recommend a solution.



Our team will install your water treatment solution in a pre-determined location that fits your needs. Outdoor installations are partly buried and covered with a fake rock.



Water softeners need monthly salt refills, which you can do yourself - or we can do it for you. Carbon filters need to be replaced every few years (as needed).

Payment Options
Texas Water House accepts cash, check, credit cards, or 

bottom of page