What Is A Water Softer System?
Water is considered “hard” when there is a significant amount of calcium, magnesium, iron, limestone or other minerals in the water. Once the water evaporates, you get either “scaling” (crusty white residue) on your fixtures, shower doors, dishes or orange stains. Orange stains are mostly from the iron that is present in your water source. All of these minerals can clog and damage pipes. Unfortunately, these minerals are very common and can be found in both city water supplies and well water.
Not only do these minerals stick to your fixtures and water using appliances causing costly repair issues, lowering their efficiency and shortening their life… these minerals also end up in your body and on your hair.
Water softener systems remove these minerals from your water source by a process called “ion exchange”. Electro statically charged plastic beads called “resin” attract and capture the unwanted minerals… leaving your water “softer”, healthier, and cleaner. After all the resin is saturated with the captured minerals, they are rinsed with a brine of sodium which releases the unwanted minerals down your drain and away from your house.
Option One Plumbing is committed to improving the health of your family by improving the quality of your North Mountain, New River water. We are here to serve your water filter needs and help you choose a system that is right for you, your budget and your health.
- Whole-Home Treatment Systems
- Commercial Water Treatment Systems
- Bottle less Water Coolers for Offices
- Reverse Osmosis/Drinking Water Systems
- The Industries Only Validated Water Refiner
- Best Warranties in the Industry
- State-Of-The-Art Digital Remote Monitor
- Easy to Use, Easy to Maintain
- Fully Automated, Advanced Water Systems
- Financing Plans Available and Major Credit Cards Accepted
TYPES OF SOFTENERS SYSTEMS IN NORTH MOUNTAIN, NEW RIVER
They are classified in five different categories:
Manual: There are several types of manual softeners. You open and close valves to control the frequency, rate and time length of the recharging or softening process.
Semi-automatic: You initiate only the recharging cycle. A button is pushed when the softener needs recharging and the unit will control and complete the recharging or softening process.
Automatic: An automatic softener usually is equipped with a timer that initiates the recharging or softening cycle as well as every step in the process. You only need to set the timer and add salt when necessary. This is the most popular type of softener.
Demand initiated regeneration (DIR): All operations are initiated and performed automatically in response to the demand for softened water. DIR systems generally have two softening tanks and a brine tank. While one tank is softening, the other tank is recharging.
Off-site regeneration: Generally used in rental units, a pre-owned softening tank is physically replaced with a recharged tank. Spent or used softening tanks are then recharged at a central location.
WATER SOFTENER / FILTRATION SYSTEMS FOR YOUR NORTH MOUNTAIN, NEW RIVER BUSINESS OR OFFICE
When you’re running a business, it’s important to have the facts. Hardness and minerals in water cost businesses millions of dollars annually in:
- Premature replacement of equipment
- Plumbing repairs
- Replacement of linens, towels and other laundry
Option One plumbing has decades of experience installing water filtration / softener systems in local North Mountain, New River businesses. We can help your business save money by installing a water filtration and softener system. You can count on Option One to get the job done right, the first time.
COUNT ON OPTION ONE PLUMBING FOR YOUR WATER FILTRATION AND SOFTER NEED
Option One Plumbing are experts in the latest water softener and filtration systems in North Mountain, New River. You can count on us to quickly install a water softener in your North Mountain, New River home, with full disclosure of price, and never at an unnecessary cost to you. Fast, affordable and honest plumbers in North Mountain, New River, that is Option One.