Water Softener

A water softener is a whole-house filtration system that removes hardness-causing calcium and magnesium minerals from your water through a process called ion exchange. A water softener addresses one of the most prevalent and devastating water problems: hard water. 

Hard water destroys hot water appliances. The higher the temperature of the water, the more calcium and magnesium will solidify and harden into solid deposits inside your hot water heater. If you live in hard water territory, it can sound like your water heater is popping popcorn. 

This is because the scale has attached itself to the heating element. As the temperature of the heater rises and the tank expands, the calcified rock deposits crusted on the heating elements start cracking and stretching. 

Without a water softener, laundry demands extra detergent to prevent it from looking dingy. Dishes will come out of your dishwasher streaked and stained. Filmy scum builds up on your shower curtains and your soap and shampoo will not lather. 

Bathing in hard water leaves your skin itchy and dry and your hair lifeless and sticky. The sheer amount of time, energy, and money required to clean up the detrimental side effects of hard water is dizzying.

 A whole house water softener is the solution to the scourge of water hardness.

How we work

  • 1. Installing a Salt-Based Water Softening System

    Shut off the water to your house at the mainline. Drain the pipes by opening up the lowest valve in the house and letting the water run out and then we start installing a salt-based water softening system.

  • 2. Installing a Salt-Free System

    Set up the components of the system in the area you want to have them installed and Install the carbon pre-filter after the shut-off valve, attaching it using compression fittings. Install a second shut-off valve after the pre-filter, then extend pipe to the distribution head of the filter system. Attach it with a compression fitting.

  • 3. Installing a Magnetic System

    Install the magnetic system as per the space and check the system valve as par your water need.

  • 4. Installing a Reverse Osmosis System

    Shut off the water below the sink and turn on the taps above to drain the water out of the lines. Find the recommended height to install the filter assembly, and measure your cabinet walls and install.

  • 5. Enjoy Your New System

    Installing a water softening system is a great way to help solve these problems, giving you fresh clear water any time you want it.


Energy efficient

Superior softening

Simple to use

KDF filtration



Filter and resin are self-cleaning – no cartridges to change

Convenient, easy-fill salt cabinet

Space saving design

10-year limited warranty

All unites fully tested for quality assurance