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Conditioners

We have home appliances to wash our laundry and do the dishes. And in a sense, home water conditioners aren’t all that different. Tap water can have its own types of problems being “dirty.” To address those issues, a lot of homeowners will make plans for a water conditioner installation to make sure their water actually stays clean at every faucet—and for all of their water-using appliances.

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Benefits

There are plenty of ways to improve the quality of water in your home. If you’re ready to start exploring your options, Idaho Water Solutions is here to help! We especially like conditioners because they tackle a variety of issues all at once. They come with plenty of other benefits too:

  • Easy to maintain
  • Removes chlorine
  • Long lifespan
  • Filtration upgrades
  • Conserves water
Some types of filtration systems actually have to waste water in order to give you and your family clean, fresh water. But this system is different. It's process works to conserve water, which means your conditioner installation shouldn’t cause your usage to go up. The system won’t require any additional water to function, so you’ll be able to enjoy filtered water everywhere in your home without worrying about an increase on your water bill.
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What Is A Water Conditioner, Exactly?

Many people think of them as a special type of water softener. This is a pretty good place to start, just as long as you realize that each solution actually serves a distinct purpose. Both systems work to treat your water before it even enters your home. But softeners are specifically designed to remove the hard minerals in our tap water, whereas a conditioner can work to filter out other things too.
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OUR SPECIALTIES

FREE WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS

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WATER SOFTENERS & REPAIR

WATER SOFTENERS & REPAIR

WHOLE HOUSE & DRINKING SYSTEM

WHOLE HOUSE & DRINKING SYSTEM

WELL WATER FILTER SYSTEMS

WELL WATER FILTER SYSTEMS

WATER FILTRATION & PURIFICATION SYSTEM

WATER FILTRATION & PURIFICATION SYSTEM

REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM

REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM

CONDITIONERS

CONDITIONERS

COMMERCIAL WATER TREATMENT

COMMERCIAL WATER TREATMENT

Signs You Need A Whole House Water Conditioner

While you might want to think that any water coming out of your home’s faucet is “clean,” in reality, your standard tap water might come with a handful of problems. This alternative filtration system keeps your water safe and worry-free every day.

1. Your Water Smells Like Chlorine

A key part of the traditional water treatment process is to add chlorine as a disinfectant. This is meant to prevent bacteria from contaminating the water supply before it gets to our faucets. The problem, though, is that we shouldn’t really be drinking chlorine with our water. While adding chlorine to a pool has its benefits, when it comes to the water in our homes, we don’t actually want to take showers or bathe in it.

Every home’s water should be clean and fresh. So whenever you’re filling up a glass of water at the sink or getting the bath ready for the kids, it can be off-putting to smell chlorine. We can install a system that filters out chlorine. Then you don’t have to worry about those annoying smells in your water—or the bad taste!

2. You Have Concerns About Lead

Another benefit of moving forward with a new water conditioner installation is that you’ll have the option of choosing a system that comes with additional filtration measures for tougher contaminants, such as lead. This is especially helpful if you live in an area that has an older municipal plumbing system. Tap water that has a higher acidity level can end up leaching lead from older pipes. You don’t want that contaminated water showing up in your drinking glass.

The water was probably clean when it left the water treatment facility, but that doesn’t mean it can’t get compromised on the way to our homes, schools, and where we work. Having a point-of-use water filtration solution for lead removal helps keep everyone protected.

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3. You Want A Salt-Free System

The traditional water softener solutions use a specific type of salt to help filter out hard water minerals. As a result, the soft water that reaches your tap can have small amounts of sodium. What’s more, with a water softener, you have to remember to continue adding salt to your system, pay for that salt, and then lug the heavy bags to your system.

If you’re looking for a salt-free solution, then you’ll want to narrow your search to home water conditioners instead of water softeners. This approach actually works out great because hard water minerals will still be taken care of. Certain models work to minimize those hard water issues around your house by altering the structure of those dissolved minerals. This helps prevent water spots and hard water deposits. It’s a really smart solution, and it doesn’t require any salt.

Conditioner Repair with Idaho Water Solutions

In order to keep your system efficient and reliable, it helps to schedule regular maintenance. But there might still be issues that come on suddenly. In that case, please don’t hesitate to give Idaho Water Solutions a call. Our experienced team of technicians can help get your system back in good working order.

You might realize that you need water conditioner repair when there are strange sounds coming from your system, or if a puddle has started to form around the base of your system. Let’s get the situation under control now, before it gets worse. Then you can get back to having clean, conditioned water everywhere in your home.

Your Conditioner Installation — Done Right

Idaho Water Solutions is happy to serve our neighbors all throughout Southern Idaho, and we’re proud to offer solutions for all of your residential and commercial water quality concerns. No matter the size of your property, we can design a comprehensive filtration system to meet your needs.

Our team manages water conditioner installation projects for both new units and replacement systems. And because we don’t “sub out” any of our services, you can trust that you’ll have a professional and experienced technician on the job.

Every water conditioner installation project is slightly different, yet we always want the results to be the same—with high customer satisfaction and high-quality water. At Idaho Water Solutions, we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our clients rely on us to provide complete, long-term solutions for their water quality needs, and we’re always ready to help.
There is a lot of hype these days when it comes to water treatment products. We talk to people every week that are unhappy with the water treatment system they have just purchased elsewhere. Our goal is to save you that time, money & grief.
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We provide expert advice on the latest technologies, sales & service for whole house or any size home or business water conditioner & treatment system. There is no job too big or too small.
We start by giving you a free water analysis. This allows us to address your concerns and recommend the best system to fix your water.
Next, we provide you with a guaranteed quote. You’ll receive the best price on the best quality equipment available… with exceptional service.
Then, we personally come out to cleanly and perfectly install your quality equipment. We do not “sub out” any process of our service including installation. You get a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Serving: Boise, Nampa, Eagle, Meridian, Caldwell, Garden Valley, McCall, Cascade, Donnelly, New Meadows, Weiser, Council,
Cambridge, Payette, Ontario, Horseshoe Bend, Idaho City & Surrounding Areas.