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Water Conditioning and Filtration

Have your fixtures been collecting buildup? Does your water taste bad or look dirty? You may have hard water that needs to be conditioned. Water Conditioning removes the negative effect of hard water, while keeping the benefits. This will improve the taste of your water, keep build up from collecting on your faucets, and keep your pipes clear of deposit related blockages. Here at 1-800-anytyme, we help homeowners by installing water filtering and conditioning products throughout San Diego County and surrounding areas. Read on to learn more about water conditioning here at 1-800-anytyme, and call (760) 477-0072 to schedule an appointment with our professionals today! 

What is Hard Water?

Hard water is water that is high in mineral content, which occurs when water passes through deposits of limestone. When the water travels across limestone, it collects calcium and magnesium carbonates. When the calcium and magnesium reach your pipes, they are in an unstable causing the calcium to adhere to your fixtures, appliance heating elements, and pipes, causing crusty buildup and blockages. It is important to know that hard water is not bad for you, but hard water while it is unstable, is bad for your pipes and appliances. 

What Does Water Conditioning Do?

When hard water is conditioned, it changes the unstable hard water into a cleaner stable hard water. Conditioned water (stable hard water) does not adhere to your pipes and allows you to drink the minerals which can be beneficial for your body. 

How Does Water Conditioning Work?

Water conditioning works through a 3 step process, passing through three separate tanks. 

  • Sediment Filter: Water is first piped through the sediment filter which clears out the common debris like sand, silt and sludge. 
  • Carbon Filter: Next, water passes through the carbon filter. This will remove the chlorine, the poor taste, and any unpleasant odors. 
  • Enviro Soft Conditioner: The third stop is the tank which contains aragonite (an extremely stable form of calcium) which attracts the unstable calcium and magnesium.  Once the unstable minerals attach to the aragonite, they become stable. The tank is designed with a vortex like flow that breaks the aragonite off in microscopic particles that flow through your water supply. Which means that you never need to change or refill your aragonite tank as it replenishes itself. 

Now stable aragonite passes through your pipes, no longer attracted to fixtures or heating elements, and leaving no buildup. Your water is still considered hard water while providing some minerals to your diet, however,  it no longer harms your fixtures or appears dirty. 

Professional Water Conditioner Installation at 1-800-anytyme

When you want the best for your water supply, our team here at 1-800-anytyme is the one to call. Proudly serving San Diego for over two decades, we always have the best interest of our clients in mind. When you work with us, we go beyond water conditioner installation: we  provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision. Should you decide to install a water conditioner in your home or business, you can rest assured that you will be getting the industry’s latest, most reliable products backed by the region’s top servicing. Your service will begin with an upfront price quote and end with our 100% satisfaction guarantee! Condition your water with our professionals here at 1-800-anytyme today! 

To schedule your water conditioning consultation, contact our San Diego water experts at (760) 477-0072 today!

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