Phoenix water treatment systems are big business because, as you may be aware, Arizona has hard water. Water “hardness” is a gauge of its calcium and magnesium bicarbonate content. These two minerals make “scale” build-up inside of plumbing pipes and water heaters that gradually affect flow and efficiency. What people don’t like most about hard water is the taste.
Water hardness also reacts with soap and detergent to form soap curd, an un-dissolvable substance that stays on skin and fabrics, affecting fabric colors, making them weak, and shortening the fabric life. This water hardening requires greater soap or detergent use while leaving that soap curd and other stains that makes for more cleaning. You’re wasting soap and detergent because of hard water. The harder the water, the more dingy the “whites” look when they come out of the washer.
What Leads to Hard Water?
Rain is “soft,” without calcium and magnesium bicarbonate. As the rainwater makes it into the earth, and into the watershed, it picks up minerals. The water shed that feeds the Phoenix reservoirs is what makes the Valley of the Sun’s water so hard. The Southwest of the United States is known for water with high mineral content. The Colorado, Verde, and Salt Rivers (notice the name) all have a high mineral content.
How Hard is Arizona’s Water?
The United States Department of the Interior classifies water as being slightly hard when it has from one to three and a half grains of minerals per gallon of calcium and magnesium bicarbonates dissolved in a gallon. Water is considered “very hard” when it contains over ten and a half grains per gallon. In Arizona, hardness levels frequently exceed 20 grains per gallon. Hard water is perfectly safe to drink and not a risk to health.
HALO Water Filtration System
AC by J offers the HALO water treatment system. The HALO Water Filtration System provides users with clean, good-tasting, water every time they turn on the tap. It eliminates minerals, additives, contaminants and chemicals from the drinking, or entire household’s, water to play a revolutionary role in making people’s lives cleaner, fresher with less work! Here at AC by J, we proudly carry the HALO water treatment system.
Most Phoenix water treatment systems use salt. HALO does not. Instead, it changes dissolved calcium into crystallized calcium, which is not only inert and harmless, but also does not build mineral scaling. The calcium crystals are flushed down the drain before they can revert back to a dissolved state.
Residences and businesses still utilizing the multitude of outdated Phoenix water treatment systems, most-likely rely on any number of other devices and systems to accomplish everything a HALO system can do. You might have a water softener but still wind up buying bottled water or other water treatment systems to obtain clean, crisp tasting water. With a HALO system, say “goodbye” to hard water, expensive bottled water, and filters. Say “hello” to cleaner clothes, longer lasting water heaters & other appliances, less soap & detergent bills and better plumbing pipe health.
Choose AC by J for Water Treatment in Phoenix & Scottsdale, AZ
We’ve been bringing our Arizona clients the best in water quality and plumbing services since 1983! AC by J succeeds because of our dedication to providing absolute excellence. This extends to service, skill, and the products we provide. No matter your need, we have the solution!
For high quality water treatment services in Phoenix and the surrounding areas, contact AC by J today!