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San Antonio has a “hard” water rating. Our Pura Refiner Max is the ideal Pura water softener to efficiently and effectively tackle your hard water issue in San Antonio.
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As many San Antonio residents already know, hard water is a common and serious problem that affects us in a variety of ways. The water hardness rating in San Antonio can go over 100 in some areas. According to usgs.gov, a rating of 61-120 is considered moderately hard, meaning that it is necessary to take precautions to protect pipes, appliances, and your skin health from hard water.
The best way to combat hard water is with an integrated water softener that softens the water from its source, and provides perfect water to every faucet and appliance in your home.
Pura Water softeners are some of the best water softening systems available in the San Antonio area.
Pura offers some of the highest quality and best value water softeners in San Antonio. We want everyone in the San Antonio area to have access to safe, clean, and properly-conditioned water, which is why we have a variety of consumer friendly options and processes that make it easy and affordable to have great water.
Want to test the waters? Our easy and affordable rental option allows San Antonio residents to enjoy all the benefits of better water without the long-term commitment and service and repair costs. All parts and labor are provided at no charge for the length of your rental agreement.
We also offer a rent-to-own option that allows you to purchase the Pura product of your choice, for your San Antonio home, after a six-month period. Your monthly rental payments will be applied towards the ultimate purchase price of your unit, and we’ll renew the manufacturer’s warranty on the date of your rent-to-own purchase.
If you live in San Antonio, it is very likely that you are experiencing hard water to some degree. If you see white scale buildup on surfaces and water using appliances, it is a sign of hard water or water impurities.
According to the United States Geological Survey, the San Antonio area is a hot spot for extremely hard well water, <180 hardness. If your home’s water is sourced through a well, you should consider getting a water softener to protect your pipes, appliances, and skin health.
Common contaminants in water include, but are not limited to: minerals, metal particles from corroded pipes, and sediment buildup from your own hot water tank.
According to the United States Geological Survey, the San Antonio area has some of the highest concentrations of hard water, in milligrams, per liter. This is one of the main reasons that Pura water softeners are so popular in the San Antonio area.
Yes, hard water will result in buildup that limits the effectiveness of plumbing and can damage your appliances. A water softening system can save you time, money, and avoid stressful plumbing issues.
While hard water isn’t likely to cause internal health issues, it can lead to dried out and irritated skin. A water softener can help you achieve happier, healthier skin.
Yes, hard water can take a toll on clothing and shorten the lifespan of your favorite garments. A water softener can protect your clothes and ensure that your favorite shirt is safe from metals and minerals found in hard water.
If you live in or near San Antonio, chances are good that you are experiencing difficulties with hard water. Not to worry, Pura is here to help with some of the best water softeners on the market and flexible buy/rent options.
Don’t let hard water cost you money on future plumbing issues and appliance repairs. Get in touch with our expert project manager today to find out how a water softener can improve your life and health.