Poor quality hard water is a common issue across the world, especially in certain regions. Even here in the United States, many areas suffer from extremely hard water without realizing there is an easy solution for water filtration. Tap water (or hard water) has hard minerals and contaminants which can damage your home’s plumbing, lead to poor tasting drinking water, and even cause skin irritation from showering.
Our water treatment systems remove some of these natural minerals (manganese, magnesium, calcium, etc.) along with any harmful contaminants in your tap water to improve water quality and taste. Connect with our expert technicians for a free water test at your residence. We can provide water analysis to help you understand which minerals are present in your water supply and know which water treatment is the best for your home.
A water filtration system pushes unfiltered tap water through a filter, then removes the harmful contaminants & impurities ( chemicals, chlorine, lead, etc) in your water supply. The filtered water produced from these systems has a fresh and clean taste, which you usually get from bottled drinking water.
On the other hand, a water softener system works in a similar but different way. Instead of removing these harmful contaminants in your water system, the waster softener improves your water quality via the removal of hard minerals through ionization.
Both are good solutions for improving water quality, but the combination of both is optimal for the best water quality.
Still have questions about water filters & softeners? Call us today to help determine if a whole house water filter and softener is right for you!
|Guardian 1250||Guardian Elite||Defender 1000||Defender 1500||Protector 1000||Protector 1500||Titan||Space Saver||Warrior|
|Reduces hard Water & Scaling|
|Removes Spotting on Glasses, Shower Doors, & Dishes|
|Protects Water using Appliances|
|Protects Faucets & Fixtures|
|Keeps Laundry Soft & Brighter|
|Softer Skin & Hair|
|Great for Smaller Spaces|
|Both Softens & Filters the water|
|Chlorine, Chloramine & Organic Gas Reduction|
|Minimum Of 1.5 Cubic Feet of Media|
|Hi-flo Capacity for Larger Homes|
|Digital Control Head|