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“What is hard water?”

A – It means the presence of Calcium and Magnesium in the water. Hardness is responsible for the scaling in pipes and hot water tanks.

“Will a water softener remove the stains in my toilet?”

A – No but it will prevent further staining.

“If I get a water softener, what are the benefits??”

A – Softeners will reduce the cost of soap by 70%. Brightens laundry, makes dishes sparkle, is great on hair, stain eliminator, protects pipes and prevents scale. Click for more info…

“Do you sell salt for softeners?”

A – Yes, we sell Suresoft® Extra Coarse Salt produced by standard solar evaporation technology from the Great Salt Lake in Utah. The salt is washed for removal of impurities, kiln dried and selectively screened to ensure this special gradation of salt, admixed and quality control tested.

“What is reverse osmosis and what does it do?”

A – It is the reverse flow of water that passes from a more concentrated solution to the more dilute solution through a semi-permeable membrane. Reverse osmosis is the most economical and natural way to provide you and your family with high quality drinking water from your own faucet. Great for cooking, works for tea and coffee, (no scaling) and it fits under your sink.

Reverse Osmosis water systems are designed only to improve aesthetic properties and is not designed to act as a primary barrier to waterborne microbiological or toxic chemical contamination. Where these conditions may exist, please consult with us to ensure sufficient raw water pre-treatment and disinfection.

“How often should I change the filters in my reverse osmosis, and does it need to be sanitized?”

A – The filters for most reverse osmosis should be changed once a year. Sometimes every 6 months depending on usage, time of year or area you live in. Reverse Osmosis systems should be sanitized, and the tank disinfected for HPC or Heterotrophic bacteria.

“My reverse osmosis is not producing any water or very little?”

A – The filters most likely are plugged, the storage tank may be low in air pressure, or the auto shut off valve is not working.

“What types of filters do you sell?”

A – We sell most brands of water filters associated with water filtration systems.

“Do you do Water testing?”

A – We can test for iron particles, total dissolved solids, chlorine, ph balance and hardness. Tannins (vegetation) and H20 (hydrogen sulfide) has to be done on site. In depth analysis need to be done at a testing lab such as CARO Analytical Services.

“Does your company do any plumbing work?”

A – Small plumbing jobs such as running water lines.

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