Water Conditioner Systems for Use in Phoenix, AZ Homes
With more than 95 percent of Phoenix, Arizona’s residential water supply coming from lakes, rivers, and other surface sources, it’s no surprise that many residents opt to install a home water conditioner. City water is tested for EPA safety standards more than 5 million times per year, yet it can still include elements that make it “hard” and less than desirable for in-home use. Why settle for sub-par hard water, when a RainSoft system can transform it into something much better?
Our state-of-the-art water conditioners remove calcium and magnesium from your home’s water, adding gentler options such as sodium or magnesium in their place. This process – known as “softening” – makes your water aesthetically and functionally superior. Not only does the water feel noticeably softer, but it produces several visible benefits as well. Because water that’s treated with a water conditioner works more harmoniously with household cleaners and detergents, you’ll enjoy:
- Dishes and glassware that are free of water stains
- Residue-free shower and bath surfaces
- Improved efficiency in appliances that use water, as mineral deposits that settle inside appliances can prevent heat transfer and make your appliances work harder to heat water
- Softer, brighter laundry
In addition to a water conditioner system, RainSoft also installs whole-house problem-solving filters to remove chlorine, VOCs, and other unwanted additives from your water. RainSoft drinking water filtration systems are also available that can provide you with bottle-quality water right from your kitchen tap.
No matter which option you choose, you’re guaranteed reliable performance and fail-proof technology. Our water conditioner products are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty, and are Tested and Certified through the Water Quality Association.
If you’re ready to learn more about a water conditioner for your Phoenix, AZ area home, call an authorized RainSoft dealer and we will happily provide you with additional information, or schedule a complimentary in-home water test to help you determine your home’s unique water treatment needs.