Residential Systems

 

  • We take pride in serving the upstate New York region. Our systems are of top quality and offer very little maintenance. We offer 24 HOUR/7 DAYS emergency service. We service what we sell and we service others systems as well
    Fleck 5600
  • DEPTH FILTERS
  • WATER SOFTENERS
  • CARTRIDGE FILTERS
  • UNDERSINK DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS
  • CARBON FILTRATION
  • CHLORINATION SYSTEMS
  • . WATER COOLERS/CHILLERS
  • WHOLE HOUSE POINT OF USE SYSTEMS
  • Offering to you the best warrantees of our products in the area.


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We have a solution for your needs

At Quality Water Solutions we strive to give you the best system, with quality components that meets or exceeds your needs. We work together with you for an affordable system.

How does a water softener work? What makes one water softener better than another?

How Does A Water Softener Work?

Hard water is caused by a high quantity of calcium and magnesium ions in the water supply for your home or business, a common condition with both municipal and well water supplies. The unpleasant effects of hard water, such as limescale buildup and interference with the action of soap, can be corrected by the use of a water softener/conditioner. Water softeners use a process of ion exchange, where the calcium and magnesium ions are exchanged for sodium ions.

The hard water passes through a tank containing resin beads holding “soft” sodium ions. The so-called “hard” calcium and magnesium ions are exchanged for sodium ions, thus softening the water. When the beads have trapped all the hardness they are able to hold, the unit is regenerated (recharged) during the overnight hours. During regeneration the magnesium and calcium are flushed down the drain. The unit is then ready to soften water again the next morning.

With the many water systems out there today you get what you pay for. Take time and research each and every company your looking into. We take pride in the systems we sell and offer in depth warrantees on each one sold.

 

 

 

 

 

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