Texas Water Softeners

Texas Water Softeners The Texas Water Softeners’ system reduces particles, imbalances, and contaminants in water used throughout residences across Texas. The Texas Water Softeners system reduces particles, imbalances, and contaminants in water used throughout residences across Texas.
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Our water purification system supplies water that’s more safe and healthy for you and your family to drink, cook with, and use in other household activities. We can improve your home’s water by removing hard water issues, like limescale marks, soap scum, and residues. Easily treat your water immediately as it enters your home, so that you can enjoy the benefits of clean and purified water with the help of the experts at Texas Water Softeners.

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Texas Water Softeners
12/11/2020

Texas Water Softeners

Water Softener & Whole House Filtration with 5 Stage Reverse Osmosis including Faucet!$3500.00 includes Taxes & Installa...
10/28/2020

Water Softener & Whole House Filtration with 5 Stage Reverse Osmosis including Faucet!

$3500.00 includes Taxes & Installation!

Offer Good Thru October 31st, 2020

03/24/2020
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Water Quality is a necessary concern....

A properly sized and installed system is Very Important...proper flow rate must be maintained!
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02/05/2020

Water Quality Research Foundation

Customers with private wells might be interested in this free webinar, covering why they should test well water, what to test for, how to find and work with a lab, and how to find a treatment provider. More information and registration: http://privatewellclass.org/testing-webinar

Thinking about a Water Softener or Whole house filtration system?Call now for a free consultation!281-712-6151Current sa...
01/26/2020
Home Water Filtration System, Katy | Home Water Softener

Thinking about a Water Softener or Whole house filtration system?

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281-712-6151

Current sale $3500.00

Water Softener with Whole House Filtration...and a 5 stage Reverse Osmosis system

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Enjoy the benefits of home filtration systems and soft water provided by Texas Water Softeners, including healthier drinking water and less home cleaning.

01/26/2020
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Current sale $3500.00

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Water Softener and Whole House Filtration with a Free 5 stage Reverse Osmosis $3250 Good until 12/31/2019Call 281-712-61...
12/20/2019

Water Softener and Whole House Filtration with a Free 5 stage Reverse Osmosis

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09/27/2019

On August 19, 1998, an amendment to a federal law went into effect that requires community water systems to send each resident a detailed report showing them what is in their water. It’s the centerpiece amendment to the “Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)”, called the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “under the SDWA, EPA sets standards for drinking water quality and with its partners, implements various technical and financial programs to ensure drinking water safety.”

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08/09/2019
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Gary is one of a kind ! He is always there for his friends and family at the drop of a hat . Gary is the life of the party and you better watch out if he gets on that dance floor . He is an amazing friend , father, brother , uncle , grandfather and husband .On July 23rd , Kim took Gary into the ER.....

07/09/2019
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06/17/2019

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Dear Waterworld USA Family,     We regretfully share the sad news that we have lost one of our most beloved and valued e...
05/02/2019

Dear Waterworld USA Family,
We regretfully share the sad news that we have lost one of our most beloved and valued employees, and most importantly, a very true friend, Francine Maiers. On April 23, 2019, Francine passed away after a long and vigorous battle from a longtime illness. Francine was the epitome of what we all strive for here at Waterworld USA. When hearing Francine answer her phone, “Waterworld, this is Francine”, customers knew they were in good hands, and that there was no limit or lengths she would not go to satisfy them. Francine truly understood what it meant to leave work daily knowing that she had made Waterworld USA a better place. The relationships that Francine has made with customers, as well as co-workers, was invaluable, and her selfless attitude and attention to detail were unsurpassed. Francine truly wanted every one of her co-workers to be the best that they could be, and always made herself available for questions and training. Francine truly believed in the customer always came first, and even when she was physically unable to work at our office, she continued to serve our customers from home in that same professional manner.
If I may share an encounter I had during my visit to see Francine in the intensive care unit, I was honestly astonished, that although she did not have the strength to talk or even move her body, she whispered in my ear, and asked, “How’s everything going up there?, take care of my customers” I just smiled, and told her that we all missed her. That’s who Francine Maiers was, and she will forever be remembered as a loving and caring soul that will live on in all of our lives for as long as Waterworld USA exists. – Donald Linden

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05/02/2019

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Rep. Lizzie Fletcher
04/03/2019

Rep. Lizzie Fletcher

Clean waters are a powerful economic engine supporting jobs across TX-07, in manufacturing, transportation, and trade. We're witnessing the impact of dirty water on our health and our economy. This #CleanWaterDay, let’s work to ensure every American has access to clean water.

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02/22/2019

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06/01/2018

5 Big Reasons To Drink More Water

It's no secret that drinking lots of water is healthy. From athletes to models, everyone emphasizes the importance of drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated. But what are the specific benefits of water? Here are 8 ways that increasing your daily water intake can improve your health.

Improve Your Skin
Through hydrating your skin, water can help it feel less dry and taut. An insufficient amount of hydration can make your skin appear flaky or dull, while plenty of water can help reduce wrinkling. There's some debate, but some insist that keeping hydrated can also help your skin clear up and avoid blemishes. Whether that's factual or not, it's true that drinking ample amounts of water will improve the overall health of your skin, just like your body's other organs.

Boost Your Immune System
Just like all the other systems in your body, your immune system needs water to function properly. In addition to helping your blood bring oxygen where it's needed, water helps your kidneys to flush toxins from your bod. Plus, water helps your body produce lymph, which is important to circulate white blood cells and important nutrients to where they are needed throughout the body.

Get Your Day Started
Water is a great way to wake up your body in the morning. By drinking a glass of water as part of your morning routine, your body's processes can begin waking up, without the negative side effects of coffee.

Help Digestion
In addition to helping you avoid less healthy options, such as sodas, water can actively improve your digestive processes. Water within the body can help foods to more easily break down after consumption, plus it helps you to generate plenty of saliva, which makes the whole digestion process smoother.

Energize Your Body
Cells within the body must maintain a healthy balance of fluids to function properly. Faced with dehydration, muscle cells can shrivel and be unable to properly perform. Especially for athletes that lose large amounts of water through sweat during physical activities, it's important to replace that hydration and keep muscles supplied with plenty of water to ensure that the body has lots of energy.

In addition to the basic necessity of keeping your body working, water is essential to boosting your quality of life and improving your overall health. Regular access to filtered water within your home is an excellent method to encourage proper hydration in your whole family.

04/11/2018
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Hard Water—To Soften or Not to Soften
Minerals that cause hard water have a wide impact on households. Hard water interferes with almost every cleaning task from laundering and dishwashing to bathing and personal grooming. Clothes laundered in hard water may look dingy and feel harsh and scratchy. Dishes and glasses washed in hard water may become spotted as they dry. Hard water may cause a film on glass shower doors, shower walls, and bathtubs. Hair washed in hard water may feel sticky and look dull.
Hard water also affects the performance of household appliances. Researchers at New Mexico State University studied the effects of water quality on the performance of residential gas and electric water heaters. The one-year study measured the energy consumption of six residential gas and electric water heaters in use for five to 15 years in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Half of each group exclusively used the area's untreated hard water. The other half exclusively used softened water. Results of the study showed that water heaters using only hard water consumed more energy than those using only softened water.
The researchers removed and weighed the sediment and scale accumulated in each of the water heaters. The water heaters using softened water contained scale buildup weighing from 1.09 lb to 4.27 lb. The group using hard water contained scale buildup weighing from 3.86 lb to almost 40 lb.
Accumulated scale is a poor conductor of heat. In water heaters, accumulated scale insulates the water from the heat source. The New Mexico study demonstrated that water heaters with scale buildup used more energy to deliver a given amount of hot water than heaters without scale buildup.
Another study conducted at Ohio State University showed that using softened water in certain household tasks lessened the time necessary to complete the tasks, allowed for easier cleaning, and contributed to savings in the amount of household cleaning products used. If these items are important to you, consider softening water in your household.
Measure of Hardness
Calcium and magnesium ions present as sulfates, chlorides, carbonates, and bicarbonates cause water to be hard. Water chemists measure water impurities in parts per million (ppm), but water hardness is often expressed in grains of hardness per gallon of water (gpg). The two systems can be converted mathematically. Table 1 gives common classifications for hard water with values listed in both parts per million and grains per gallon. One grain of hardness is the amount of calcium and magnesium equal in weight to a kernel of wheat.
Table 1. Hard Water Classifications.
Classifications ppm grains/gallon
Soft 0 - 17 0 -1
Slightly hard 17 - 60 1 - 3.5
Moderately hard 60 - 120 3.5 - 7.0
Hard 120 - 180 7.0 - 10.5
Very hard Above 180 Above 10.5
Water supply companies and local health departments can give you an indication of how hard the water is in your area. Figure 1 gives a general indication of water hardness across the state.
Figure 1. Generalized hardness (in grains/gallon) of Kentucky's groundwater.
How to Reduce Hardness
You can reduce water hardness by buying or renting a water softening tank and connecting it to your water supply line. Softening hard water typically involves the use of an ion exchange water softener. In this process, the water passes through a bed of softening material, usually sulfonated polystyrene beads, which are micro-porous. The beads are supersaturated with sodium to cover both their exterior and interior surfaces, thus having the ability to take on or give up electrical charges.
The ion exchange process takes place as the hard water passes through the softening material. The calcium and magnesium attach themselves to the resin beads while the sodium in the resin beads is released into the water. The process occurs billions of times during softening. Eventually, so much hardness collects on the softening material that the unit can no longer soften the water, and recharging is necessary. The softening material is washed automatically with a brine solution to replace the sodium and enable the ion exchange process to continue.
Types of Water Softeners
Water softeners are classified in four different categories:
Manual. The owner starts and stops all steps in recharging the unit.
Semi-automatic. The owner starts the steps manually except for the automatic termination of the rinse and the return to service.
Automatic. The owner stops the unit when recharging is necessary. All subsequent steps in recharging follow automatically.
Fully automatic. The unit operates with a timer, and all operations are activated automatically. The system has enough softening material for multiple regenerations, but more must be added periodically as required.
Selecting a Water Softener
Buying a water softener requires comparison shopping and investigation. Here are some hints to help as you shop:
A typical household water softener costs around $1,000 to $1,800. Monthly operating expenses range from $2 to $8 if sodium is used and from $3 to $15 if potassium is used.
Buy only from a reputable dealer. Be wary of door-to-door sales offers.
Decide on a system only after you have considered the cost of the equipment and its installation and have obtained an approximation of operating costs. Expensive units are sometimes called "water treatment" systems but may be only glorified softeners.
Check the warranty. Be sure you understand it. Warranties may be for only one year or a lifetime. Again, avoid both extremes. A dependable warranty could be for 10 years on the tank and five years on the control valves.
If installation fees are included in the price, be sure that there are no further charges for bypassing lawn and garden water systems, replenishing swimming pools, etc.
Be certain that you understand the method and cost of recharging the system.
Ask dealers for names of customers. Check with these customers to learn if they are satisfied with the equipment and service. Ask friends who have invested in water softening equipment for advice.
When purchasing any type of water treatment equipment, including water softeners, look for equipment that carries the seal from the Water Quality Association (WQA), National Sanitation Foundation (NSF), or Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL). A seal from any of these organizations indicates that the equipment has been independently tested to industry performance standards.
Questions and Answers about Water Softening
Should everyone use softened water?
People who have heart or circulatory problems or who are on low sodium diets may not want to soften their water, or they may want to soften only their hot water. The latter option defeats the purpose of a water softener because the dishwasher is the only household appliance in which hot water alone is used. People with heart or circulatory problems should discuss this question with a physician. Three alternative methods are available to reduce sodium in softened water: reverse osmosis, distillation, and deionization.
In addition to the sodium, is softened water harmful in other ways?
Water contains trace elements of vital minerals found only in minute quantities in the human body. These tiny amounts have a profound effect on human health. Researchers have found conflicting results relating the mineral content of water to the risk of cardiovascular disease. The risk appears lowest when the drinking water contains lots of minerals and highest when the water is soft. Consumers may want to consider installing a bypass to the kitchen water supply for cooking and drinking.
Softened water increases the potential for leaching heavy metal from pipes, solder, and plumbing fixtures. Increased levels of copper, lead, zinc, and cadmium are found in soft water, particularly when it stands overnight in the plumbing system. Heavy metal concentrations can exceed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) primary drinking water standards, particularly for water standing overnight in brass plumbing fixtures and faucets.
Is softened water harmful to plants, lawns, and gardens?
Softened water is not recommended for watering plants, lawns, and gardens due to its sodium content. Care must also be taken that water used in recharging a water softener be disposed of through a storm drain or sewer because of its damaging effects. If you are on a septic tank, the logical method of disposal is to discharge the brine into the septic tank and soil absorption field where some leaching of sodium salts will occur. Other alternatives include a separate holding tank, which could be emptied by a vacuum truck, a separate disposal field, or discharge point that does not affect neighbors' property.
Can water softeners be rented?
Renting water softening equipment may be an option only in urban areas. For a monthly fee, the company installs a softening unit and replaces it periodically with a freshly charged unit. This option may be the optimum type of service for households with moderate water usage or those seeking the least possible maintenance of equipment.
Can softened water be used in a steam iron?
Always read and follow the manufacturer's recommendations for best results. Generally, the best choice of water for steam irons is distilled water, particularly for use over a long period. Softened water contains minerals, which may clog steam irons.
Conclusion
Using softened water has many advantages. You can expect cleaner, softer-feeling clothes, use a lesser amount of household cleaning products such as detergents, save on personal cleanliness products such as shampoo, and have easier maintenance and upkeep of your home. You can also expect longer life for appliances, including washing machines, dishwashers, and water heaters.
Softening household water supplies is not a decision to be made lightly. Factors to consider are family composition, stage in the family life cycle, lifestyle, health, maintenance of the equipment and cost.

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Looking for a company you can trust to install a water softner and RO system = Texas Water Softeners. The team of Tony, OG, and David were very respectful, patient, and did not rush through, took extra time to explain the operations to help me understand what I needed to do as the customer. The pricing for the whole purification system was very reasonable. I had a question the next day, and Tony promptly responded back to me. Great customer service!!!
Great team. Very knowledgeable. Spec'd out the system and installed it just a few days later. Great install and working very well. Would highly recommend Texas Water Softners to anyone looking to get better quality water for their whole home.