Extend the Life of Your Appliances with a Water Softener in Dallas

Most homes in North America have hard water—89.3 percent in the U.S. and 85 percent in Canada.

It’s OK to drink hard water, but it can cause issues in your Dallas home:

  • Mineral collection in plumbing and appliances
  • Reddish discoloration in toilets
  • Worn-looking clothing and rough towels
  • Dull skin and hair
  • Spots on dishes, flatware and glasses
  • Low flow rate during showers

Water softening solutions from Levy & Son Service Experts can manage your home water issues and bring you better-tasting drinking water.

Whether you’re starting to look into water softeners or you need water softener repair, our crew of specialists are here to help.

Want to get a new water conditioning system for one reasonable monthly payment? Check with us for more information about our Advantage Program™.1

Benefits of Using a Water Softener

It’s economical to run a water softener. It needs less than $3 in electricity per year.2

A water softener only needs about 2.5 pounds of salt. That’s 80 percent less salt than dial-style softeners.

Soft water can make cleaning easier, help your appliances last longer and help you avoid plumbing clogs.

Clog-Free Plumbing and Fixtures

Soft water helps water flow smoothly in plumbing. Hard water causes mineral coatings to build up in your pipes and fixtures. This can create clogs and lower water pressure.

Showerheads in homes with hard water can lose 75 percent of their flow rate in shorter than 18 months. Soft water maintains the luster and full flow for faucets and showerheads, nearly as well as the day they were added.

Soft water is lacks minerals. It doesn’t create deposits in pipes or limit water flow in fixtures.

Longer-Lasting Appliances

Over time, hard water can cause minerals to build up in your washing machine and dishwasher.

The mineral deposits in hard water turn into limescale when heated. This can coat the heating elements in your appliances, reducing life span and efficiency.

As a result, your appliances may need frequent fixes or need to be swapped out earlier.

Efficient Water Heaters

Soft water protects the efficiency of water heaters.

Gas storage and tankless water heaters operating on soft water keep the factory efficiency rating over a 15-year period. In comparison, using hard water for a gas water heater can cut efficiency by up to 48 percent.

If you use an electric water heater, up to 30 pounds of rock-like scale can build up in the tank from hard water. The scale is a bad heat conductor. It can reduce the life of your heating element, because it has to work harder to heat water.

Soft Skin, Brighter Laundry and Cleaner Dishes

Hard water minerals collect on your skin and in your hair, making it dry out. It can also contribute to painful razor burn.

Soft water is superior at washing away soap residue, so you’ll have silkier skin and shinier hair. Plus, your clothes will look less faded and your dishes will look cleaner.

Less Soap and Cleaning Time

When you have hard water, you have to use additional soap for a decent lather. The minerals in hard water react with soap. This makes a scum on showers.

With soft water, you won’t need to use as much time cleaning to eliminate soap scum. You’ll also use less cleaning supplies.

What You Need to Know About Hard Water and Water Softener Systems


What is Hard Water?

Hard water has more minerals than soft water.

What is a Water Softener System?

It’s an appliance that takes out extra minerals like calcium and magnesium. It also lowers chlorine, iron and volatile organic compounds.

How Long Does a Water Softener Last?

A water softener that’s the right size for your home will last for a long time. Its age depends on the manufacturer and how much you use it.

How Much Does a Water Softener Cost?

Some water softeners are more efficient than others. As a result, the total may differ.

Costs can also vary based on how hard your water is and how much water you use. If your water is very hard and is used frequently, softening rates will rise.

Is Softened Water Safe to Drink?

Softened water includes all the natural minerals we need. While a little bit of sodium is added during the softening process, softened water is completely safe to drink.

What’s the Quality of My Drinking Water?

Water quality differs by geography and processing levels. It can also be influenced by construction, mining, agriculture and mineral deposits your groundwater travels through.

You can learn if there are contaminants in your home’s drinking water.

The Environmental Working Group has a free database of more than 30 million state records of tap water tests. About 81 percent of community utilities analyzed in the U.S. have chemicals associated with cancer, according to the group’s investigation.

Can Brine from Softeners Damage my Septic Tank?

A study by the Water Quality Association discovered a septic tank can’t be hurt by brine released by a water softener. The tanks that were reviewed were correctly placed and working properly.

Softened water may help reduce detergents being released into your septic tank.

Softer Water, Guaranteed

Hard water problems? Call us at 469-250-0932 or request an appointment online.

One of our specialists can figure out if you need a water softener.

We stand behind our work with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee3 for a year. That means we’ll get the job done right the first time, whether you need us to repair your water softener or install a new one.

1Some exclusions apply.
2Based on manufacturer’s information and assumptions. Savings may vary based on the type of system you use.
3Not applicable to the Advantage Program. See your signed Advantage Program Agreement for full details and exclusions. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee is subject to certain restrictions and limitations as set forth in the applicable Terms and Conditions.