Water Softener Systems & Installation in Surprise Arizona

Water Softener Systems filter water so it is crisp and clean, not covered in the clumps of calcium that form when the hardness level gets too high.

With hard water weighing on their pipes, it’s no wonder that people need active solutions to keep home plumbing clean for everyday usage.

Get a Water Softener System and give your body what it deserves – fresh, pure quality water!

WS1 Water Softener Systems

This sophisticated water softener system is easily programmed to match your family’s water needs.

Demand-initiated regeneration saves you money on salt and water.

Because the softener only regenerates when needed, based on your family’s actual water usage.

External by-pass valve is also included for ease of service.

It is very important that your water softener installation is properly installed by a trained plumber.

Digital Clack Head

Our digital display makes programming simple.

There’s no need to worry about power outages because the electronic system maintains your program settings.

The Ultima Water Softener System is easy and versatile.

Green Fusion Water Softener Systems

The Green Fusion Water Softener Systems are the newest innovation from Ultima Water Products.

The Green Fusion combines our special Uniform Bead resin blend with Coconut Shell Carbon and KDF Sponges.

To give you the MOST efficient softening and filtering system for your home.

Space Saver Cabinet Water Softener Systems

All the same great benefits of the 2 piece system above while taking up less space in your garage.

~ The 1” flow-through valve meets NSF/ANSI 44 requirements. It’s ideal for larger homes.

~There are multiple salt tank sizes available. The reliable brine safety valve incorporates built-in safeguards that prevent brine tank overflow.

~Commercial grade resin is designed to withstand our high chlorine levels.

FAQs for Water Softeners in Surprise Arizona

What is a Water Softener?

A water softener system is a device that removes unwanted, and potentially harmful minerals (calcium, magnesium, etc.). In order to soften water, a salt solution, or “brine” is used to perform a “scientific swap” between salt and hardness minerals in your water.

How is a Water Softener Beneficial?

Hard water can dry out your skin and hair, cause water spots to appear on freshly cleaned glassware, and cause calcium and limestone buildups within your plumbing system.

That leads to potentially damaging clogs and low water pressure. In short, choosing to condition the hard water in your home can make cleaning, showering and appliance shopping a whole lot easier and less stressful!

What is the Difference Between Salt Water Softeners and “Salt-Free” Softeners?

While some hard water symptoms will be alleviated by salt-free water softeners, the minerals causing the hardness aren’t actually removed, just restructured.

Using a method called Template Assisted Crystallization (TAC). Salt-free water softeners charge the minerals with electricity, transforming them into crystals that cannot bind to surfaces.

Salt Softeners can be more expensive up front and do require more maintenance than salt-free water softeners.

However, salt-free softeners are not actually removing the hard minerals from your water, which means they are not as effective.

What are the Benefits of a Salt Water Softener?

With a salt-powered system, you’ll enjoy completely mineral-free water — which means softer linens, hydrated hair and skin, and less stress on your appliances.

Also, salt-powered water softeners use about as much electricity as a digital alarm clock.

Salt-less, electric water softeners on the other hand use a lot more.

Do all Water Softeners Use the Same Salt?

Using Potassium Chloride as Substitute for Salt in a Water Softener.

Potassium chloride may be more expensive than salt and the unit will regenerate more often since potassium chloride is not as efficient as salt.

We recommend setting the water hardness 20% higher if using potassium chloride instead of salt.

What Does “Grain Capacity” Refer To?

Pay close attention to this rating when selecting your water softener.

“Grain capacity,” refers to the maximum number of grains of water hardness it will be able to remove before having to regenerate.

A higher grain capacity rating means your water softener installation will be more energy efficient!

How Much Water do Water Softeners Need to Regenerate?

Typically, regeneration uses about as much water as it takes to wash a load of laundry.

That’s why choosing a system with the right grain capacity rating is so important.

The less your water softening system needs to recharge, the less water you’ll waste.

How do Water Softeners Save You Money?

With a water softener installation, you are taking preventative measures to eliminate hard water at the source, along with all of the maintenance issues that come with it, later down the road.

Hard water can add unreasonable wear and tear to all of your water using appliances and plumbing system.

Your appliances use more energy when they are required to work overtime, causing energy bills to increase.

Additionally, water softeners are considered a valuable upgrade to your home.

A water softener can easily add upwards of $10,000 in equity to the value of your home once it is installed.

Does My Water Softener Need Service?
Is your salt water softener not using a normal amount of salt?

Is your water pressure dropping significantly?

Does your water softener sound like it’s constantly running?

All of these are signs that your water softener may be in distress and needs maintenance.

You might also need to have a plumber come out to verify the water softener installation is correct.