Affordable Water Softeners in Prosper, Frisco, Plano, Dallas, & Mckinney
As we speak, hardness minerals (such as calcium and magnesium) are slowly building up in your home on everything your water touches.
This includes things like your water heater, your dishwasher, your faucets, and even your skin…
It doesn’t matter if your water is from a well, or from the city supply, most homes in the US have hard water.
Few people know, but you can only remove hardness minerals from your water through ion exchange, which is what a water softener does.
Water filters are built to remove other contaminants, but not hardness minerals…
VA Water LLC offers an exceptional line of water softeners to fit your home, water quality & budget. It softens all the water coming into your home before it has a chance to enter your appliances.
Here’s what you can expect from an whole home water softener:
- Removes hardness minerals and sediment that make your skin dry and prematurely age your expensive appliances
- Removes chlorine taste and odor by filtering your water with a built in coconut-shell carbon filter
- Eliminates spots on silverware, glasses and dishes
- Prevents scale build-up on pipes, faucets and water using appliances
- Customizable to meet additional water treatment needs you may have
Financing options available!
How do you know if you have hard water?
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Here are some telltale signs…
- Your skin is dry and itchy and your hair is dull
- Your drinking glasses & stemware come out of the dishwasher with spots
- Your faucets and fixtures have a crust that’s hard to remove
- Your water heater takes forever to heat up, or you’ve prematurely had to replace or repair it
- Your whites are more like 50 shades of gray and your brights have lost their luster
What are the Benefits of Soft Water?
Softer Skin & Hair
Hard water minerals bond with skin and hair leaving a nasty film. Kind of like that limescale on your faucet! A water softener removes hardness minerals naturally so you can stop spending money on lotions & skin care products as your body becomes free of buildup!
Extend Appliance Life
Dishwashers, washing machines, water heaters (tankless, electric, & gas), ice makers, boiler systems, & humidifiers all suffer when your water contains hardness minerals. Their useful life may be greatly reduced because they are not designed to endure hard water.
It Can Pay for Itself
You can save up to 75% on cleaning products, as they are more effective and less are needed. You can also save up to 40% on energy costs related to your water-using appliances, and plus they last longer. Its harder to estimate the amount of savings you get when you no longer have to waste time scrubbing that scale off your shower doors, faucets, fixtures, dishes, & glassware.
No Hassle, No Obligation
Get a free, no hassle quote for a new water softener properly Sized, Installed, and Set Up in your home by VA Water LLC
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How do I choose a water softener?
Softeners aren’t one size fits all. That’s where we can start to help you. Based on the size of your household and your typical water usage, we can determine which softener size you’ll need.
Sizing is an important step, as it ensures there is enough capacity to handle your needs and not so much capacity that it creates waste.
From there, you can choose additional features to make your life easier or to meet additional water treatment needs based on the results of your water test.
How much does a water softener cost?
This will depend on the size, features, and your particular installation. The best way to get pricing is to call so that you can get it properly sized.
Pricing includes the new equipment, the installation and proper setup, so that it meets your expectations.
A water softener can potentially pay for itself over time with savings on detergents, soaps, and cleaning supplies, reductions in energy usage and the extended life of your water-using appliances. Water heaters tend to suffer the most in hard water, and they are expensive to replace.
Why not just buy a softener from an online retailer?
What are the next steps?
You send us your contact info through one of the forms on this page, or give us a call directly.
We ask you a few questions to help get you the right equipment so you get what you expect from your water.
If you’re not sure what is wong with your water. We will schedule a convenient time to come out and test it for you (free of charge), and if it looks good, we can leave it at that.
However, if you already know you have hard water, or the test shows you do, we can give you a price quote on the properly sized water softener.
If you’re satisfied, we schedule a convenient time to come out and install and set up your new water softner.
What is covered by the Warranty?
This depends on the model and features you get.
To keep it simple, it’s best just to ask us when you are choosing your softener.
How do I maintain my softener?
What happens if I need help with my softener?
Just give us a call, our direct number is here on this page and most of the pages of our site. You will reach a local technician who can answer your questions, or you will be able to schedule us to come out and help.
Why should I choose to work with you?
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Water Softeners in Dallas TXVA Water LLC was founded in 1966 as a water treatment company offering water softeners and the best commercial and residential water treatment products for decades in the Dallas area. We’ll give you a free water analysis and figure out the ideal water treatment system for your business. We carry commercial water softeners, filters, and RO systems from EcoWater and Hellenbrand, and have everything from high-quality affordable options to the highest tech items that can connect via wifi. Give us a call for a free consultation today.water softener, water softeners, water softener installation, softener, water softener companies, home water softener, water softener installation costSalt, plumbing, resin, brine tank, ion exchange, home, diagram, bypass, commercial, whole house, manual, drain, zeolite, installation, industrial, filter, magnetic, domestic, shower head, apartment, control, black, hard water, inside, old 17440 Dallas Pkwy Suite 107 Dallas TX 75287 Phone Number: (817) 310-8540 Hours: 8am-5pm Mon-FriAbout Dallas TX: VA Water LLC is a local small business focused on providing the best quality water to our clients. We carry a tradition of hard work, excellent customer service, and dedication to pure water on every project we take on. Our clients trust us to inspect, test, and treat their water to keep it clean and safe. Whether you need simple repairs done on an existing water system or want to talk about installing a completely new system, we have the tools and resources to get the job done right. The team at VA Water LLC will design a custom water treatment solution that works on your timeline and in your budget. For the best in water treatment services in Frisco, TX, count on VA Water LLC.Directions:
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What is the best water softener?We might be biased, but we believe the best water softener for your home is an EcoWater Systems Softener. Our softeners are WQA certified and have NSF/ANSI Standard 44 certified components.
How does a water softener work?A water softener works by swapping calcium & magnesium ions with sodium ions. The swap eliminates hard water problems because sodium doesn’t leak out into pipes. The ion swap takes place within a compartment full of small resin beads. The negatively charged beads are bonded to positively charged sodium ions. As the water flows past the beads, the sodium ions swap places with the calcium and magnesium ions, which carry a stronger positive charge. Over several cycles, the calcium and magnesium replace all of the sodium in the beads, rendering the unit no longer ineffective. Water softener salt to the rescue! The softener enters a regeneration cycle during which it soaks the beads in a strong solution of water and salt. The sodium in the brine solution causes the calcium and magnesium ions in the beads to give way, and the beads are recharged with sodium. After regeneration, the water softener flushes the remaining brine, plus all of the calcium and magnesium, through a drainpipe.
What is a water softener?A Water Softener is a filtration system that works to remove high concentrations of calcium and magnesium that cause hard water.
How much does a water softener cost?Water softener cost between $400 and $2,700. They are designed to be easy to install and remove (good news if you want to take your unit with you when you move). However, unless you are confident in your electrical and plumbing abilities, you might want to hire a plumber, which could add $100 to $600 to the initial cost of your unit. Purchasing a water softener through a water softener installation company can save you money on installation costs. Contact us today for a free quote.
How to choose a water softener?Choose a water softener
- 1. Do you need a water softener?
- 2. What hard water problems are you experiencing?
- 3. Are there other water problems you’re experiencing (outside of water hardness)?
- 4. How much water does your family use?
- 5. Are you concerned about water & salt usage (the efficiency of the system)?
- 6. What kind of “system in need of salt” alert are you looking for (high-tech, low-tech)?