Does your home have a low water pressure or tap water that tastes bad, stains fixtures, or leaves a film on your hands? These are just some of the signs that your home has a hard water issue, which comes from an excess of minerals, like potassium, magnesium, and calcium in the water. If left untreated, these minerals will begin to corrode your plumbing, eventually causing slower flowing water, rust, leaks, and water contamination.
But there is no reason to worry, Clean Water Center provides an effective hard water treatment with the EVRC water softener system. The EVRC utilizes split tank technology to safeguard your plumbing while eliminating excess minerals that can cause unwanted tastes and odors in your water. With its high-performance resin media and activated carbon configuration, the EVRC is the ideal solution for reducing excess minerals in city water.
Reduce unhealthy, nasty hard water in your home and contact Clean Water Center today. We offer free water treatment estimates to Wisconsin homeowners in Green Bay, Oconomowoc, Appleton, and areas nearby.
Create safer, better tasting water with the EVRC water softening system from Clean Water Center. The EVRC system uses split tank technology to keep your plumbing safe while it filters out excess minerals that can cause rusted, leaky plumbing, low water pressure, and nasty water.
The high-performance resin media and activated carbon configuration also makes the EVRC the best water softener system for city water problems. Some other benefits of the EVRC water softener system include:
Looking for a way to deal with hard water problems in the city? Create safer, better tasting, and more pleasant water with the EVRC water softener from Clean Water Center. The EVRC water softener provides superior hard water treatment with its high-performance resin media and activated carbon configuration.
We are your trusted water treatment experts. Contact us today at 1-920-734-7665 or online to schedule a free water softener installation estimate in Oshkosh, Cedarburg, Neenah, West Bend, De Pere, Grafton, Mequon, and nearby Wisconsin!
The twin tank system is ideal for around the clock treated water. The electronics will automatically switch for one tank to other, once the capacity is depleted.
That way, quality water continues to flow through your home which the other tank regenerated.