Water Softener

Hard water can cause corrosion to build up on your faucet and cause more problems than just chalky buildup. With a water softening program from City Plumbing, you can ensure that your water remains purified. Water softening uses a process known as ionization to replace magnesium and calcium ions with sodium ions.

Water softening gives you the benefits of brighter laundry, cleaner dishes, less corrosion, more natural taste, and longer-lasting appliances.

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What We Do

If you’re looking to improve the quality of your water, City Plumbing has the perfect solution for you. Our licensed team of water treatment specialists will come up with a unique water treatment plan that is right for you. While water softeners do a fantastic job of cleaning up corrosion and making water safer, it is not a filtration system and does not remove contaminants such as bacteria. Water softening is a perfect complement to a reverse osmosis system.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Is softened water safe to drink?

A water softener softens but doesn’t clean contaminants in your water. If you’re using a reverse osmosis system to purify your water alongside your water softener, then you’re good to go! Otherwise, we recommend learning what your local health department has said about your water quality and following their recommendation.

How do I know if I need a water softener?

Here in West Texas, you’re almost certainly suffering from hard water. Signs of it include chalky build-up around your faucets and in your showers and sinks. While the buildup and the minerals that cause it aren’t “dangerous”, they impact the taste and smell of your water. They also lead to harder-to-clean dishes, water spots, and laundry that isn’t as fresh as it could be. Call us today if you’d like to experience soft water in your home!

Where is a water softener installed?

Water softeners are typically meant for your entire home or business, so they’re installed close to your main water line. Trust City Plumbing to find the best place for your needs!