Water Softeners can help with your San Antonio hard water. If you don’t own a San Antonio water softener you need to call today!
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For over 50 years, Clack has provided businesses and families with superior, yet affordable water softeners. With its high flow capacity, flexibility, and ease of programming, the Clack WS1 water softener valve is a professional grade product that will perform well for years to come. Treat yourself to a high-quality San Antonio water softener and start enjoying the benefits immediately.
Introducing a simple treatment for Better Water Quality water systems are designed to provide your home with better tasting, purer drinking water, while also removing the various undesirable elements that may be present in hard water, including iron, calcium, sediment, and rust. Quality water systems consist of two primary components. These components are the water conditioning system and the drinking water filtration system. These two systems in your home will not only improve your water, they will also improve your way of life!
How A Quality San Antonio Water Softener System Will Benefit Your Family:
- Purer, better tasting filtered drinking water at your tap
- Ice cubes will be clearer and harder
- Purified water improves the taste of juice, coffee, and soup
- Saves money by reducing soap, shampoo and bathroom cleaner usage by nearly 50%*
- Dishes and China will sparkle, using less dish soap
- Clean coffee maker with no scale or build-up
- Save work scrubbing the kitchen sink, cutting boards, and countertops
- Soap will make great lather
- Conditioned water leaves your skin feeling smoother after showering, shaving, and washing
- Hair will be softer and more manageable
- Reduces soap scum and residue building on showers, tubs, and sinks
- Eliminates the need for expensive bottled water from the store or delivered to your home
How Water Softeners Works
As displayed in the diagram, a typical water softener contains a resin (or “mineral”) reservoir, a brine tank, and some type of controls. With a conventional cation-exchange water softener, the house water supply pipe connects to a control valve and timer toward the surface of the resin tank. Following that, the unconditioned water flows down into the tank, and is filled with plastic-like beads called resin, organized in pillars called “resin beds.”
We Can Help You Choose The Best Water Softener
When calculating the needed capacity of a new water softener unit there are two main factors to take into consideration:
1) GPG = Grains per Gallon of hardness minerals in your water
2) Your household’s daily water usage
Once you have found these values, multiply your daily gallons of used water by your water’s GPG to determine the best size water softener unit to install in your home. The size of water softener refers to the unit’s Water softening capacity and not the unit’s physical size dimensions. If you find that your household needs a very high water softening capacity there are units available with dual tanks that have higher Gallon Per Minute flow rates.
example: 5 people use 75 gallons each per day = 375 gallons GPG = 10
Capacity used per day = 3,750
Questions to consider: What controls the regeneration cycles? How long each cycle takes? How much water and salt are used for recharging?
Even fully automatic types require occasional refilling with salt. Two main control types, Timer and DIR (demand-initiated regeneration)
– Time: Electronic timers automatically recharge your softener at a set time/day, based on your avg usage
– DIR: More sophisticated and efficient. Senses when to recharge resin, either electronically or with a usage meter
Got hard water? We can help. Fast.
San Antonio Water Softener Service
Will’s All Pro Plumbing can perform a water softener installation, or we can service your system. That is right, our professional team provides the best San Antonio Water Softener Services around. From installation to water softeners repair and maintenance, our team is eager to help!
Call Will’s All Pro Plumbing & Air Conditioning today for more information on water softeners!