September 20, 2021

How A Phoenix Water Softener Can Make A Difference In Your Home

You'll notice a different taste and feel of your water after you have a Phoenix Water Softener Installed from H2O ConceptsIf water spots on your clean glasses, stains in your toilet, chalky residue in your sink, and bad tasting water are plaguing your home, then you have hard water. Hard water is very common in Phoenix. Even municipal water has a hard water rating of 13-17 grains per gallon. 7-10 gpg is usually rated as “hard” water, and 10-14 gpg is often labeled as “very hard” and 15 gpg or more is considered “extremely hard.” Since it is common for water to be hard to “extremely hard,” having a Phoenix Water Softener installed in your home can make a big difference.

H2O Concepts has the most technologically advanced water softening system on the market today. We are dedicated to helping our Phoenix community members by ensuring the water they drink is safe and healthy.

What is Hard Water?

Hard water is when water contains large deposits of calcium and magnesium. This is very common in the Phoenix area because water is stored in mineral-rich reservoirs. This is when water absorbs these minerals. Your local water company works to remove very dangerous contaminants from the water, but magnesium and calcium are naturally occurring and are in very small quantities. The water company does not filter out these minerals, leaving it up to the home consumer if they want to further filter or condition their water.

Not only can hard water leave a bad taste in your mouth, but you’ll also notice the signs of hard water all around your house. Do you have stains in your toilet that are hard to get out? Are your dishes spotty even when they’re fresh out of the dishwasher? Are your facets very high pressure or unevenly spraying? All of these are signs that hard water is running through your pipes. But you don’t have to suffer with hard water in your home if you have a Phoenix Water Softener installed.

How Does A Phoenix Water Softener Solve My Hard Water Problems?

Most water softeners are large tanks that require lots of salt to create a brine. This salt reacts with the calcium and magnesium ions in the water. Calcium and magnesium are positively charged molecules, and when they come into contact with negatively charged resin beads they are attracted to them. As water flows through the system, the molecules attach themselves to the salt molecules and remain in the tank as the water flows out.

The problem with traditional water softener systems is that this brine needs to be flushed on a regular basis. If not properly flushed, the saltwater can contaminate the local watershed and cause issues for the ecosystem. The other problem with water softener systems is the consistent maintenance. Large bags of salt will be needed to refill the tank on a regular basis.

H2O Concept’s Phoenix Water Softener systems are different. This is because it requires no maintenance and no bags of salt. We use our patented AMP Force Technology to condition your water. The AMP Force uses energy to concentrate the calcium and magnesium ions to a water-soluble form. These minerals in a soluble form are left in the water, leaving the calcium and magnesium in the water and makes the water alkaline (non-acidic).

When combined with our whole house water filtration system, your water is also cleaned of any other contaminants. Our filters contain 3 layers that help remove organic compounds, taste and odor, and water-soluble heavy metals. You’ll notice the difference in your water right away.

Benefits for a Phoenix Water Softener

Water from the tap tastes better with a Phoenix Water SoftenerThere are many benefits to investing in a Phoenix Water Softener in your home. The first thing you’ll notice is that your water will taste better. You’ll be impressed with how clear it is and how smooth it tastes. It will also improve the taste of things you make with water. You’ll notice a difference with your coffee, tea, and juice. Vegetables that are steamed or boiled will also have a richer flavor.

Soap doesn’t react well to the calcium and magnesium ions that are commonly found in hard water. Without them, soap acts to its full potential. You’ll notice you’ll have to use less shampoo, conditioner, laundry detergent, and dishwasher soap to get the same level of cleanliness. This will save you money on these products in the long run.

Clogged showerheads and faucets are a thing of the past with a Phoenix Water Softener. Not only do hard water deposits clog these items, but they also can clog up your appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and hot water heaters. Over time these clogs can cause your appliances to be less efficient, or even break down sooner than expected. Pipes can also be clogged with these deposits. Water damage from a burst pipe is much more costly than having a water softener installed. Make the right choice today, before something happens.

Contact H2O Concepts Today To Have Your Free Phoenix Water Softener Estimate

Drinking clearly better water is not only good for your personal health, but also for the health of your appliances and pipes. It’s time to stop putting up with hard water and time to do something about it. Call H2O Concepts today to learn more about our Phoenix Water Softener systems and how they can improve the water in your home.