Water Treatment And Water Softener Systems Sales And Installation Service Colorado
Better Water For Better LivingIn the area where we live, water from underground sources can often collect dissolved minerals from the rocky soil. These minerals make the water “hard”. Hard water is water that has a high mineral content. The simplest way to determine the hardness of water is the lather test with soap. When agitated, they will lather easily in soft water, but not hard water.
Have Grand Lake Plumbing & Heating install an energy efficient water softener and start enjoying a higher quality of water.
Types of SystemsWater filters are used to filter sediment that may be in your water. These filters help prevent damage to your faucets and fixtures. But they do not improve water quality or potablity.
Water SoftenersWater softeners remove material that your water hard and cause scaly buildup. You’ll spend less on soaps, detergents, lotions, electricity and gas for your water heater and dramatically extend the life of your water-using appliance.
Water softeners help all areas of your house:
Reverse Osmosis SystemsReverse osmosis (RO) filtration method improves the taste and odor of your drinking water and reduces microscopic impurities. With Reverse Osmosis, water passes through an ultra-thin, semi-permeable membrane, which filters out unwanted particles, such as sodium and lead. The result is clean water that you can enjoy from any faucet in your home.
U.V. Water PurifiersUV Water Purifiers are capable of inactivating bacteria. Ultraviolet radiation disinfects rapidly without the use of heat or chemical additives, which may alter the taste of the water.