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Whole Home Water Filtration in Orange County

Are you getting the highest level of quality out of Irvine’s water? When it comes to Orange County water quality, you should expect spot-free dishes, brighter and softer clothes, and a shower stall minus the water spots. Water softening systems or conditioners reduce the dissolved minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, in hard water, or water with a high mineral content. Buildup of these minerals will affect the taste of your water, contribute to drain clogs, and adversely affect the efficiency of water heaters.

From our Irvine location, Kalka Plumbing, Heating, and Air provides whole home water filtration with our H2O Harmony Water Conditioner™ system that will improve the everyday water you need. Our water treatment system will remove sediment particles as small as 20 microns, improve taste and odors through a special activated carbon filter, neutralize acidity by elevating the pH levels, and reduce iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulfides that contribute to staining of fabrics, dishes, and fixtures.

A water conditioning and softening system will save you money on soaps and detergents while eliminating the scale buildup that can potentially harm your water-using appliances.

Maximizing the Benefits of a Water Filtration System in Your Home

A water filtration system, conditioner, or softener can be installed under the sink for direct use for your kitchen needs or used for whole home water filtration to meet all of your water conditioning needs.

They are classified in five different categories:

Manual: There are several types of manual softeners. You open and close valves to control the frequency, rate and time length of the recharging or softening process.

Semi-automatic: You initiate only the recharging cycle. A button is pushed when the softener needs recharging and the unit will control and complete the recharging or softening process.

Automatic: An automatic softener usually is equipped with a timer that initiates the recharging or softening cycle and every step in the process. You need only to set the timer and add salt when necessary. It is the most popular type of softener used.

Demand initiated regeneration (DIR): All operations are initiated and performed automatically in response to the demand for softened water. DIR systems generally have two softening tanks and a brine tank. While one tank is softening, the other tank is recharging.

Your Kalka, Plumbing, Heating, and Air professional can offer complete system solutions, as well as additional processes to best meet your needs and treat your water. Call now to make the water in your home a top-quality product.

(949) 458-6600
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