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The best just got better! Ultima Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems have made families water so much better. Thirty-three years and counting. Hundreds of thousands are currently installed in the greater Phoenix market. Soft Water Plus now offers an improved variation of this proven unit – the Ultima Supreme Custom Reverse Osmosis System.
As summer approaches, there is nothing better than a cool glass of refreshing, great tasting water, especially water that has been purified thru proven technology such as a Reverse Osmosis System. Many people currently use this type of system and are very satisfied with the results. However, there are times I have heard people complain that the water is just not cold enough.
We often don’t think much about the plumbing that is in our homes or businesses, that is until something goes wrong! Could be a stopped up toilet, a dripping water tap, hot water heater leaking or even the extreme – a burst pipe. The good news is that if you maintain your plumbing, you can prevent some of the plumbing nightmares that can occur.
Water typically has no taste. One can say it tastes “refreshing” or “smooth” or add any other adjectives to describe the taste of water, but water typically has no taste or smell. Then there are time where your water is off and may have a foul smell or taste to it. In this case, certain bacteria, minerals, gasses, contaminants, or a plumbing issue may be to blame.
As a homeowner, a busted pipe, a clogged toilet, and a range of other plumbing issues can be a huge headache. The following infographic looks at some of the most common plumbing problems as well as provides tips for preventing them and how to repair them if they do happen.
Now available – the Super High Efficiency Demand Water Softener locally manufactured for Arizona water at an affordable price. Introducing the “Ultima Supreme” – exclusively available at Soft Water Plus Inc.
There is not a day that goes by where most of us encounter water throughout our day. Besides the need to drink water to survive, water is in our food and drinks, our plumbing, our industrial processes, our weather, and even our bodies. However, the water you encounter is not necessarily clean and pure water. This most crucial resource for living can be tainted by a number of contaminants that unfortunately cannot be seen by the naked eye.
Having a flooded home can be an extremely expensive situation to have to deal with.expensive. From a broken appliance to a leaky roof to a burst pipe, the scenario can quickly go from a minor incident to a serious problem.
A typical residential water heater will last 8-10 years. However, did you know that there are some steps you can take to expand the lifespan of your water heater? Since water heaters do not come cheap, it’s only natural to want to do anything that you can to extend its lifespan. The following simple graphic lays out some guidelines to help you get a full lifespan out of your water heater.
Have you ever heard that Reverse Osmosis systems provide the best quality drinking but are somewhat wasteful in the process? This was true in the past, but recently Pentair Water after years of successful testing has released GRO membrane technology to market.