JBC Water Treatment – Water Filtration Service – Arlington, TX

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Best Water Softeners in Frisco, TX

JBC Water Treatment offers the best water softening solutions for your residential or commercial property in Frisco, TX. We offer advanced water softening systems that are designed to take on hard water problems, removing minerals like calcium and magnesium from your water supply. Soft water is healthier for both you and your appliances and pipes, so call us today to get started!

Hague Maximizer

Hague HydroClean

Hague Hydroclean

Hague Maximizer

What Does A Water Softener Do?

Hard water is a common phenomenon that is caused by water from your water supply absorbing minerals from rocks and soil, especially calcium and magnesium. When hard water reaches your home, it can make soap less effective, lead to hazy white spots on your dishes, and make your fresh laundry feel like sandpaper. Additionally, the minerals in hard water can lead to limescale build-up inside your pipes and water fixtures, which can reduce the pressure and flow of your water. Hard water can also shorten the efficiency and lifespan of appliances like water heaters, refrigerators, washing machines, and more.     

Water softeners remove calcium and magnesium from the water supply, which turns hard water into soft water. These can usually be done through ion exchange or reverse osmosis. Soft water flows better, doesn’t leave behind hazy or chalky stains/films, and will extend the life of your water-based appliances.

How Does A Water Softener Work?

Water softeners can either be salt-based or reverse osmosis-based. Salt-based water softeners use ion exchange to eliminate calcium and magnesium. Resin beads that hold sodium are placed inside the water softener, and as water flows in from the water supply, the hard water minerals are trapped and bound to the resin beads and soft water flows into the home. Reverse osmosis water systems pressurize water against a specialized membrane, which separates and removes impurities like calcium and magnesium, leaving only high-quality, soft water for use in your sinks, tubs, appliances, and more. 

You might see salt-based water softener systems referred to as “ion exchange” systems. This is because the ions of sodium on the resin beads exchange with the ions of calcium and magnesium, separating them from the water.

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Reverse-Osmosis Drinking Water System

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Best Water Softener Systems in Frisco, TX

JBC Water Treatment offers the best water softener systems in the Frisco, TX area. We offer the Hague Maximizer, which is a two-compartment, budget-friendly, ion exchange water softener that comes with an easy-to-fill salt tank. The Hague Maximizer is designed to efficiently turn your hard water into soft water while using less salt compared to other systems, saving you money and energy in the long run. JBC Water Treatment also offers the Hague HydroClean System, which uses reverse osmosis to soften your water, optimizing it for your pipes, appliances, and personal use.

Free Water Test from JBC Water Treatment Company

If you are unsure whether or not you need a water softener, we can help. JBC Water Treatment offers free water testing for your residential or commercial property in Frisco, TX. Our water tests can determine if you have hard water, and based on your specific situation, needs, and budget, we can provide you with a recommendation for the next steps.

Whole House Water Softener Systems in Frisco, TX

JBC Water Treatment offers the best whole-house water softening systems in the Frisco, TX area. Trust our team to deliver top-notch products that can eliminate hard minerals like calcium and magnesium in your drinking water, which can protect your home’s water-based appliances in the long run and provide you with soft, pure water.