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    Hard water flowing through your plumbing can clog pipes, damage appliances, cause water stains, and dry out your skin and hair. Many homeowners are choosing to install water softeners in their houses to protect the quality of their homes and their own health. If you’re ready to improve your home’s water quality, let our trusted installers handle the installation process for you.

    We install home water softener systems throughout Eastern Ohio, including the following areas:

    • Columbiana County
    • Mahoning County
    • Jefferson County
    • Carroll County
    • Portage County
    • Trumbull County
    • Summit County
    • Stark County
    • Harrison County

    What Is a Water Softener?

    A home water softener system works with your residential plumbing system to remove calcium and magnesium from the water. If not removed, these minerals can cause rust and calcium buildup in your pipes and appliances. They can also cause other issues, such as dry, brittle hair and skin.

    A water softener prevents water stains, makes cleaning your house easier, and protects the life of appliances that use water. It also helps your water taste better for more refreshing beverages and delectable homemade treats.

    How Does a Water Softener Work?

    To neutralize minerals in the water, your home water softener system will filter the water through a tank filled with specialized salts. The sodium ions attract the hard water molecules and prevent them from leaving the tank with the rest of the water. After this, only soft water will stream out of your faucets and through your appliances.

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    Signs You Need a Water Softener System

    You’ll know you need a residential water softener if you notice any signs of hard water, including:

    • Scale buildup on your faucets or showerhead
    • Soap scum on your sink or in your shower
    • Dry hair or skin after a shower
    • Stiff or brown-stained clothes after being washed in the washing machine

    If you suspect your house has an issue with hard water, reach out to water professionals. They will be able to test your water and offer the best solutions based on the results.

    Our Service Area

    We proudly offer installation services for home water softener systems throughout Eastern Ohio, including Columbiana County, Mahoning County, Jefferson County, Carroll County, Portage County, Trumbull County, Summit County, Stark County, and Harrison County. We also provide services in Chester, West Virginia, and Darlington, PA.

    Take the Leap: Get a Water Softener Today!

    Say goodbye to hard water stains and prolong the life of your water-consuming appliances by installing a home water softener system. Our water experts will install the softener according to local plumbing codes so you can rest assured your household will have access to the best water.

    Schedule an estimate for a water softener or one of our other water treatment solutions, such as a reverse osmosis filtration system, by getting in touch with our team.

    • Fully Licensed for all appropriate work
    • Removes lead & Other Chemicals and Particulates
    • Improves water quality above the most stringent health standards
    • Softener Installations
    • Quality Water Systems files for all permits and inspections