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Water Softeners

Fight Hard Water Problems with These Whole-house Water Softener Systems and Filters Solutions

Over 70% of U.S. homes have moderately to extremely hard water, which contains excessive calcium and magnesium, often making it unsatisfactory for household use.

Hard water can cause mineral buildup in water pipes and heating systems, produce unsightly water stains in tubs and toilets and cause poor soap and detergent performance. A water softener will save you time and money while protecting the things you value. You’ll enjoy cleaner bathing and showering, brighter laundry, faster and easier cleaning, sparkling dishes and longer life for your plumbing!

Below are just some of the excellent water softener systems and filter brands and models that we sell, install, maintain and repair:

Aqua Pure AP903 Water Filter System

Aqua Pure® AP903 Whole House Water Filter System

Get the luxury of conditioned water throughout your home for an affordable price. The system’s patented one-piece resin tank is designed for maximum leak resistance with no glue joints or heat-welded seams.

MacClean® N Series Water Softener

MacClean N Series Water Softener

The MacClean N Series Water Softener contains a revolutionary seamless liner with millions of tiny resin beads that surround the CYCLONE Distributor to soften even the hardest water by effectively removing high levels of minerals and deposits. The dependable motorized piston control valve is fully automatic and can be programmed to condition the hardest water, while providing maximum salt efficiency. The fiberglass resin tank has no seams or heat-welded bonds to fail and leak, and will never rust or corrode. And the heavy-duty brine (salt) tank has a hefty 300-pound capacity, which minimizes frequency of salt refill.

BIOLITE® Advanced UV System

BIOLITE UV System

Treats water without adding chemicals; a process that creates new chemical complexes, changing the taste or odor of the water, or removing beneficial minerals in the water. Ultraviolet (UV) devices are most effective when the water has already been partially treated, and only the cleanest water passes through the UV flow chamber. They are therefore often combined with other technologies, such as carbon filters, water softeners and reverse osmosis systems, to provide complete water quality solutions.