We offer the best water treatment services to all areas of the state of Nevada. If you do not see your city or town listed, give us a call.Henderson's best water softeners, iron filters and water treatment system bargains. We are the industry leader in budget priced high quality water softeners, water conditioners, reverse osmosis drinking water purification systems, iron filters, sulfur filters, dirt and sediment filters. Our company strives to provide consistent and affordable high quality water treatment equipment to our customers. Replace Culligan®, RainSoft®, EcoWater®, Hague®, Kinetico® and all other home soft water treatment systems for a fraction of the cost!

We use water every day of our life. We drink it, we use it to brush our teeth, we clean with it, and we even use it to grow our food! Because water is so important to our bodies, it is important that we understand how to treat it.

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As water moves over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals, and in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity. Elements very commonly found in drinking water are Calcium and Magnesium. These tasteless minerals dissolve in the water and create what is known as hard water. An ion exchange water softener removes hardness (calcium and magnesium ions) by replacing them with sodium or in some instances potassium. Henderson's water comes from the Colorado River. The average hardness for Henderson's water is 19 GPG.

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Two common minerals in city water calcium and magnesium create one of the most notable changes in your tap water water hardness. These tasteless minerals dissolve in the water and create what is known as hard water. Although hard water poses no health risk, it can create numerous challenges for the consumer. For example, the higher the hardness value, the more effort it takes for soap to perform its cleansing action. In addition to reducing the effectiveness of soap, hard water can leave soap deposits in sinks and leave spots on dishes and glassware. Hard water can also create scaly calcium deposits on faucets, showerheads and evaporative coolers, as well as the inside of pipes, hot water heaters and automatic dishwashers. An ion exchange water softener removes hardness (calcium and magnesium ions) by replacing them with sodium or in some instances potassium. http://www.budgetwater.com/water_softeners.htmIf you are on a sodium-restricted diet, you may need the addition of a Reverse Osmosis unit starting at just $199. http://www.budgetwater.com/reverse_osmosis.htm

Well Water: The very best thing to do if you have a private well is follow the instructions under items 7, 16 and 17 on this page: http://www.budgetwater.com/articles.htm

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