Frequently Asked Water Questions
Hard water is the result of dissolved minerals in water. These minerals are primarily calcium and magnesium and they are measured in grains per gallon. It produces scale build up in appliances like dishwashers, ice makers, water heaters and washing machines, which greatly reduces their lifespan. Pure Water Works has the best solutions to reduce hard water and perfect the water in your home.
There are many different types of hard water and water problems. A one size fits all approach may not meet all your needs. Although it may appear to be more cost effective to buy a water softener from a local home improvement store, we know that a majority of units we replace are from home improvement stores. Which ends up costing you more in the long run. At Pure Water Works, your water is our responsibility.
A water treatment system from Pure Water Works will more than pay for itself in short order. You will use less soap and detergent, your appliances will be more energy efficient, and you will get longer life out of your clothing, dishes, and water using appliances. A typical softener can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000, depending on the size of your home and water usage. However, to get the most accurate pricing, we highly recommend you schedule a free water consultation with one of our WQA certified water specialists.
Municipalities often treat water with chlorine and other chemicals to kill bacteria. Although this meets many Federal requirements, it is not recommended by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) to consume these chemicals regularly. This also does not treat problem water such as hard water, high iron, methane, arsenic, PFAS, etc. To learn more about the city water in your area, click this link. ((put contaminant map link here)). At Pure Water Works, we have the best filtration solutions to combat these contaminants.
Yes. Many of our customers have their reverse osmosis drinking water system connected to both their sink and fridge, giving them clean and clear ice cubes.