Hard water is a way of life in Phoenix.
It leaves behind a trail of limescale and mineral deposits in its path. Hard water damages our appliances and plumbing, ruins shower doors and glassware and makes our water heaters less efficient. If you live in Phoenix, there is a good chance you’ve looked for a solution to your hard water problem. Discover the ways to deal with hard water, and check out our comparison charts to see what solution best fits your needs!
Hard water minerals can only be removed with one of three processes: salt-based water softeners, hydro-deionization or reverse osmosis. The most common solution to reduce scale is through the use of a salt-based water softener.
You can learn more about hard water and how it impacts your home’s health in our resource center. Our water softener comparison chart can help you find the softener that meets the needs of your family and home. Once you’ve narrowed it down, call our water treatment specialists or send us an inquiry and ask us to show you how to make the water in your homework with you, not against you.
Why Buy These Products from Aqua Science?
We have serviced more than 100,000 homes in the Phoenix area and have been bringing better quality water to the area for more than 30 years. We have patented technology backed by meticulous research and science. But most importantly, we care about water – especially your water. We’re a service-based company and will do everything we can to make sure you are satisfied with the quality of water in your home.
How to Choose the Best Water Softener for You
With so many options, you may be wondering which types of water softeners are right for your home. In order to choose the right system, you need to know what your needs are. To figure that out, there are a few things you can do:
- Test your water. You can test your water for hardness levels and contaminants such as bacteria.
- Know how much water you need. Each person uses about 80 gallons per day.
- Call us. Our team at Aqua Science can help you figure out which system is best for your family, and how large of a system you will need.