Water Softeners

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Water Softening is the removal of calcium, magnesium, iron and certain other contaminants in hard water by the use of a water softener.

A water softener will provide your family with abundant, clean, safe water on demand. Each of our systems is designed to help reduce water contaminants, scale buildup, and electricity use all while extending the life of your appliances, making your skin and clothes feel better and your dishes sparkle. Not only are Pure Water Systems eco-friendly, but they save you time and money.

Benefits of Soft Water

  • Removes spotting on glasses, shower doors and dishes. Hard water can leave hard water stains on your plates and glasses and shower doors. By using soft water instead, you will have spotless dishes and showers.
  • Reduces scale build up.  If you have hard water, you are probably familiar with the chalky lime and soap scum mineral deposits that build up on  sinks, and faucets and plumbing fixtures. Not only will using soft, clean water eliminate this build up, but you won’t have to spend any more of your time cleaning them.
  • Reduces the amount of shampoos, cleaners, and detergents needed. Soft water makes your dish soap and detergent more effective as it penetrates and dissolves better than with hard water. This helps save you money by using lesser amounts of your cleaning solutions.Matilija Water Softening Products Santa Barbara
  • Helps laundry look brighter and last longer and Skin and Hair will be soft and silky.  Hard water minerals remain stuck in the fibers of your clothes after drying. This will cause stiff laundry, early fading of colors and premature wear. Soft water will have your clothes looking better, feeling better and lasting longer all will using less detergents. Soft water is also much easier on the washing machine itself giving your laundry appliances a longer life!
  • Extends the life of water-using appliances. The minerals in hard water can cause a buildup while they travel through the pipes of your home. This buildup, called scale can clog pipes, causing damage to your plumbing.