Phoenix Water Treatment
The water treatment industry is not new and neither are the attempts to find alternative ways to soften and treat water. If you have not read Romey's blog on traditional water treatment, it's worth the time to do so before you spend time investigating all the bells, whistles and in some cases, smoke and mirrors that exist in the water treatment industry.
What is hard water?Water that contains more than 1 GPG is considered somewhat “hard”; water with more than 10.5 GPG is very hard. A typical glass of Arizona water has at least 15 GPG! Learn more
Is a water softener worth the money?Arizona homes have “hard water,” which is hard on your pipes, your appliances and even your clothes. The best solution—and a sound investment—is a mechanical water softener. Is it worth it?.
How can I remove and prevent lime scale?It’s an ugly, hardened mess, but it’s pretty easy to clean off. All you’ll need is some white vinegar. Read full FAQ.
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Listen to Rosie & Romey's interview with Dave Perry, president of the local Water Quality Association.
Original air date: March 7, 2009; visit the Archive Page
If your home gets water from the city, it’s clean and safe to drink. Still, it’s “hard” water, and frankly, it could taste better.
Lots of Arizona homeowners have installed water softeners or filters so the water coming out of the tap looks, feels and tastes the way they like it. You’ll find all kinds of water treatment gadgets if you look on the Internet, so buyer beware. Avoid any equipment that has no trustworthy certification that shows it’s been tested and proven.
Read Rosie's full article.