Benefits of Softened Water
- Prevents chalky residue on dishes, appliances, and shower doors
- Less wear and tear on plumbing fixtures and appliances
- Clothing and linens look better and last longer
- Benefits hair and skin health
Water Softening & Filtration System Comparison
|Whole house filtration and softening|
|Prevents corrosion on water fixtures and appliances|
|Reduces dry skin, hard water spots and soap scum|
|Eliminates poor tasting water, bacteria, chlorine and iron|
|No carbon filter change for up to 6.5 years with average water usage|
|Lifetime warranty on unit and parts|
|3-stage Filtration Drinking Water Tap in Kitchen|
|5-stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Tap in Kitchen|
|Removes up to 98% of total dissolved solids|
|Better than bottled water|
Frequently Asked Questions
How exactly does your standard system filter my water?
The Roto-Rooter standard home water softener and filtration system features a coconut shell carbon filtration system to remove most chlorine, chemicals, and heavy metals from your home’s water. Secondly, the unit uses crushed garnet media to clarify your water, making it cleaner and clearer. Finally, salt and fine mesh resin beads remove excess minerals to soften the water before it reaches your taps.
How is your water softener any better than one I can buy at an appliance store?
Roto-Rooter systems will both soften and filter your water, whereas softeners sold in stores only soften water. Roto-Rooter water softeners are also loaded with features you won’t find on most other brands, including fully programmable cycles that allow us to tailor the settings to counter any local water problems and water usage patterns.
Will your water softener make our appliances last longer? Our water heater was destroyed by hard water in only 6 years. The plumber said water heaters should last twice that long.
Yes! Our standard home water softener and filtration system removes calcium, magnesium and other corrosive minerals that cause water heater tanks, dishwashers, and washing machines to fail prematurely. With a water softener in place, a new water heater should meet or exceed the average life expectancy of 11 years.