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Crusader Water Softeners use best-in-class technology to protect you from the evils of hard water!
Our Water Softeners Can Address:
High Water Heating Costs
Excessive Soap Consumption
Faucet and Fixture Damage
Undesirable Tastes & Odors
Premature Appliance Failure
Unsatisfactory Laundry Results
Staining on Counters, Faucets, & Appliances
The gold-standard for addressing Utah’s hard water is an ion-exchange softener.
Whether it uses sodium-salt or potassium-salt, we offer the best value water softeners that provide you with the highest quality of water. Since water softeners physically reduce the calcium hardness to below 1 grain per gallon (17.1 mg/L), they will address both soap and scale related issues caused by Utah’s hard water. Click the button below to learn more!
Chlorine is added to city water to make it safer. With the added safety comes a disgusting taste and the potential for damage to appliances, clothing, skin, hair, and eyes. Our Deluxe Conditioner & Enhanced Filtration Water Softeners can address chlorine in addition to softening your water!
To learn more about the differences between our water softener models, click the button below!
If you’re one of the many Utah homeowners blessed to live outside the city, you most likely have your own private well, which means you are effectively your own water utility. Utah well water typically contains iron and sometimes other contaminants like sediment, hydrogen sulfide, sulfates, tannins, arsenic, and bacteria. Talk to us before just buying a water softener because you might need something different to get the job done right.
We are a professional water treatment company, so you have the comfort and assurance that you’ll be working with certified technicians and industry experts–not just salespeople.
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