Why have a Water Softener?
- Experience softer, smoother skin and hair
- Eliminate water spotting
- Assure whiter, brighter laundry
- Save money on soaps and cleaning products
- Protect your plumbing and fixtures
- Protect appliances
- Saves Energy
Businesses can show that they care about the health and well being of their employees by providing them with quality water and coffee while at work. Businesses can also save money by not having employees leaving the office during the day to pick up supplies from the store. Let us help you keep your employees happy, productive, and focused on making your business money.
We lease icemakers of all sizes for businesses
Ready for ice in the office? We have several different options to ensure you have the ice you need to stay cool when business gets hot.
Check with us for any of the Following:
Commercial Water SoftenerWe provide solutions for restaurants, hotels, and manufacturing
Icemaker FiltrationAlready have a icemaker and just need filtration, we can help
Restaurant Drinking Water FiltrationTired of providing a great meal for customers and ruining it with stinky, poor tasting water? We can customize a solution for you
Industrial Reverse OsmosisNeed more purified water, we can customize big systems too!
Water Treatment Systems FAQ
What is Reverse Osmosis (R.O.)?Reverse osmosis is a sophisticated multi-stage filtration system that is capable of removing up to 97% of all the dissolved minerals from your water. It is designed to make water that is at least as good as the water you buy in bottles. Many times, it’s even better. This reduces waste in landfills by using less bottled water, making reverse osmosis environmentally-friendly
I already have a filter in my refrigerator. Why do I need anything else?Refrigerator filters are typically just activated carbon. While carbon filtered water is better than no treatment at all, it is limited in what it can remove. Only reverse osmosis is capable of removing dissolved minerals and chemicals from your water.
Will my water taste salty?No. A properly functioning water softener will never make your water taste salty. The small amount of sodium added to the water will never create a salty taste.
How do I know if I have hard water?Hard water usually manifests itself in several ways. It leaves white residue behind wherever water evaporates. When hardness reacts with soaps and detergents, it leaves a sticky soap scum behind, and in hot water heating systems it leaves behind a hard scale.
How does a water softener work?A water softener works through a process known as “ion exchange,” which means that as it removes calcium and magnesium (elements that make water “hard”), it replaces those ions on a one for one basis, usually with sodium. This means that the amount of sodium added to the water is directly proportional to how hard your water is. In most instances the amount being added is so small that it is not a significant contributor to the amount of sodium in your diet.
Do you sell salt-free softeners?This is a common question because there are several companies out there advertising “salt-free” water softeners. At this point in time, there still is no product that makes soft water the way a traditional water softener does. It should be noted that even traditional softeners can use potassium chloride instead of salt, if that is a major concern to you. However, most of the products being touted as “salt-free” are actually units that are designed to reduce scaling, not soften water. And they do this with varying levels of effectiveness. Ultimately, only a water softener will give you truly soft water.
Will a water softener reverse the damage that has already been done to my appliances?Yes, if your hard water has been building up scale in your appliances, once you install a softener it will begin to remove that built-up scale. It will take time to remove it, but it will remove it.
Will the softener remove all impurities from my water?Unfortunately, no. A water softener is designed to remove hardness (calcium and magnesium) from water. They can sometimes remove a limited amount of iron and manganese if you happen to have these problems as well. But if you are looking for great water for drinking and cooking, you should probably consider a reverse osmosis system for that purpose.