What is the solution to ridding your home of the unsightly buildup of mineral deposits on your faucets, tubs, showers, faucets, and water using fixtures? These mineral deposits are the outward signs of hard water. Phoenix water softener systems can remove these minerals—calcium, magnesium, and lime—from your household water supply. But not just any system will do. The hard water levels are often greater than EPA recommended levels, and it takes a quality soft water system that can outperform other systems that are not made for the severe levels of hard water minerals found in the Phoenix metropolitan water supply. It takes the systems that Clear Water Concepts offers to effectively eliminate large concentrations of hard water minerals from your household’s water supply.
Their water softeners are built to last. They are built with the highest quality components available. The control valve is the most important component of any water softener, and this valve must work in conjunction with the controller to be optimally efficient. Together, they keep track of vital data and keep the water softener clean through consistent regeneration. Control valves should have few moving parts (just three total parts are all that’s needed). They should utilize a single piston design. This will ensure maximum reliability. And for exceptional durability, the valves should be constructed of Noryl, a remarkably strong, glass-reinforced composite material. Valves that do not incorporate Noryl in their design are structurally weaker and can become brittle and break in the hot Phoenix climate.
Water softeners that last also incorporate high quality resin into their design. Phoenix area water also contains high amounts of chlorine, which is used to kill water-borne bacteria, particularly during the warmer months. When high cross-linked resin is used in water softener systems, they are less prone to degradation that can oxidize the resin beads and cause failure in a home water softener system.
Clear Water Concepts provides their Phoenix area customers with high-quality water softener systems that are only constructed of the best state-of-the-art components. They have supplied water softeners in Arizona since 1985, so they are well acquainted with the challenges of desert water softening. Trust them for all your water softener needs—installation, service, and repair. They are members of the Phoenix BBB, are licensed Arizona contractors, and received Angie’s List’s Super Service Award for 2012. To see their many options of high-performance, durable Phoenix water softener systems, visit www.ClearWaterArizona for more information.
Michael Sullivan lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he is a small business owner and part-time writer. He is a leading resource about a variety of topics, including Phoenix whole house water filtration and water softener Phoenix companies, as he previously lived in Arizona. He likes to watch football and spend time with his family in his free time.
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