Commercial Water Conditioning Systems

Commercial Water Treatment Systems San DiegoClack WS1.25EE System For Flow Rate Up To 34 Gallons Per Minute

Commercial Water Treatment Systems San DiegoClack WS1.5EE System For Flow Rate Up To 70 Gallons Per Minute

Commercial Water Treatment Systems San DiegoClack WS1EE System For Flow Rate Up To 28 Gallons Per Minute

Commercial Water Treatment Systems San DiegoClack WS2EE System For Flow Rate Up To 115 Gallons Per Minute

Commercial Water Treatment Systems San DiegoClack WS2H System For Flow Rate Up To 125 Gallons Per Minute

Commercial Water Treatment Systems San DiegoClack WS System For Flow Rate Up To 250 Gallons Per Minute

San Diego Commercial Water Softening Systems

San Diego Commercial Water Softening SystemsAs an employer and business owner, the best thing you can do for your employees and clients is to offer then clean, sparkling, healthy drinking water.  Buildings with “hard” water benefit greatly with the installation of San Diego Commercial Water Softening Systems. Hard water gives your business an unprofessional look because of the calcium scales (calcium buildup) staining your faucets and toilets.  Not only does hard water make your business look bad, the presence of dissolved minerals in your water will decrease the efficiency of water-utilizing appliances. Pipes and plumbing encrusted with calcium deposits will have lower water flow.  If your establishment has hard water, you should remedy this situation by calling us for information regarding San Diego Commercial Water Softening Systems.

What Causes Hard Water?

Rain, melted snow, and water flows downhill underground. Depending on the area you live in, salts and minerals such as magnesium and calcium dissolve into the water as the water flows through the ground. The dissolved minerals and contaminants cause water to be “hard”. You can recognize hard water because the water coming out of your tap has an aftertaste, has a bad smell, or is discolored (yellowish or brownish in color). If the water is very bad, it may not be safe for drinking. However in most cases, hard water is still drinkable but it will interfere with the function of soaps and detergents.  The dissolved minerals in hard water coagulates with the soap forming coagulate or a slippery residue.

San Diego Commercial Water Softening Systems for Your Businesses

A Water Softener System can decrease the negative impact of hard water by extracting the magnesium and calcium in the water and exchange them with sodium or table salt. Here at Coast Water Conditioning & Plumbing, we install new water softener systems and service & repair existing systems.  Call us at: (858) 488-8373.