We specialize in both city and well water.
Yes, we install Residential and commercial.
We will always contact the customer so you don’t have to think about it.
We accept cash, check, all credit cards, and financing.
Yes every unit has a minimum of a 5 year limited replacement warranty.
You will always need to have a salt based system because of the ion exchange process. In the water is inorganic minerals which are all negatively charged ions. With a water softener the resin beads bind to the sodium to create a positively charged ion. The negative than positive bind to each other preventing the impurities from ever coming through. Once these resin beads are used up the softener will go into a regeneration called ion exchange. With a salt free system which is actually called a scale prep all that does is coat calcium, preventing it from ever sticking to the side of your pipes. Once it gets to the end of your faucet or tap it will re-oxidize back to its natural form causing the inorganic minerals to still come through.
The answer is NO! The minerals in water are called inorganic minerals, which means they are not the same as organic minerals which is found in red meat, fruit vegetable, milk etc. Inorganic mineral have not gone through the process of photosynthesis and absorb the carbon cycle which changes it to a organic mineral. If it’s not organic then the inorganic minerals can not be used as a source of nutrients in our cell wall like organic mineral. But, this mineral has to go somewhere, so it gets deposited elsewhere in our bodies. Water has a job; it’s to regulate body temperature, moistness tissue in the eyes, nose and mouth, protects body and organs and tissues, carries oxygen and nutrients to cells, lubricates joints, and lessens burden on the kidneys and liver by flushing out waste products. So getting minerals is the role of food not water.
There is more sodium on a single slice of bread than what we will put into your water in a two week period. The city already adds sodium into your water to preserve the chemicals. With the reverse osmosis at you sink there main job is to remove sodium.