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Improve the Water in Your Home

Treat Your Family to Fresh, Clean, Clear Water

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For all the wonders of Las Vegas, our water is bad for drinking, causes problems with cleaning, and damages appliances. Undesired pollutants enter your water from wells and municipal water supplies. If they are not cleaned or conditioned out, the hard water will take a toll on your plumbing, appliances, and health. With the appropriate water systems, you can enjoy quality soft water.

With a water softening system from Serv-All Water Conditioning, you can avoid the irksome particle buildup and potential long-term health issues related to the use of hard water. Our water softeners offer numerous benefits:
Laundry — use up to 50% less soap!
Water heaters — reduce energy usage up to 57%!
Showerheads — hard water can lead to up to 75% reduction in flow rate
Plumbing — avoid obstructions caused by buildup

With a huge range in the quality of water softeners on the market today, it's important to avoid the cheap, disposable types and the over-priced systems. Work with our experts to find the reliable water softener system that best fits your needs.

With years of experience and many dependable systems on hand, we'll have your water softened in no time. Call today or use our online form to request your free quote on a new water softener.

To request your free quote, please call us or use our convenient online form.

The Problem With Hard Water

Hard water has extra metal ions and dissolved rocks in it. In the Las Vegas area, the most common pollutants are calcium, magnesium, chlorine, iron, and sediment. Every gallon of untreated Las Vegas water has the equivalent of 3-4 dissolved aspirin-sized rocks in it. That means your body and kidneys have to work harder to filter it out.

Since the extra particles are not removed by a cleaning method such as running the water over limestone, they can accumulate in your body, in your appliances, and in your bathroom fixtures. With high amounts of dissolved calcium and magnesium in it, water from Las Vegas definitely needs to be softened.

Signs of Hard Water

Scratchy towels
Stiff bed linens and clothes
Fabrics that break down prematurely
Chlorine and iron tastes in tap water
Soaps, shampoos, and detergents that lather poorly and rinse slowly
Cloudy, spotted glassware that even the best dishwasher can’t fix
Mineral deposits on bathroom and kitchen plumbing fixtures
Hard-to-remove stains in sinks, toilets, and showers

Hidden Costs of Hard Water

Avoidable plumbing repairs and pipe replacements
Mineral buildup in pipes can reduce water flow and lead to clogged water pipes
Water-using appliances suffer increased wear and tear
More money is spent on soaps, shampoos, and cleaning products
Extra time is spent cleaning bathroom and kitchen fixtures, tiles, and sinks

The Third Worst Water in the Nation

As reported by AOL Daily Finance, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas are listed 3rd in their list of American cities with the worst drinking water. Unfortunately, no single pollutant is at a level that would require local government to step in — getting clean water is up to you!

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Our Water Suffers From Serious Problems

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30 Different Pollutants

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Chemicals including arsenic, lead, and radium

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12 Pollutants exceed the guidelines set by the EPA

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Water is not cleaned


What our clients say about us and our work

Mike Remeika

We now understand why Serv-All is rated 5 stars. We had the pleasure of their technician Kris come to our home today to figure out why our water softener wasn't making soft water. We ended up replacing the water softener/ conditioner and getting a reverse osmosis system installed. Very happy with his attention to detail. We are very happy customers.


Timothy Evans

Highly recommend this company. Water softener and 5 stage ro are worth the price.


Ira Kleiman

Nick is thorough, patient and knowledgeable. Came for a follow up for a new water softener at no cost and answered all my questions.



Quick Answers to Important Questions About Water

You use water every day for drinking, cooking, bathing, laundry, and more. It's important to know what you're putting into your body and using around your home. We've assembled a collection of the most important and most common questions we encounter as a water conditioning company in Las Vegas.

How can I tell if my water is hard?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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What is considered hard water? How many grains per gallon or whatever?

  • Treated (or softened water) = 0
  • Slightly hard = 1-2 grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)
  • Medium Hard = 3-7 grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)
  • Hard = 7-10.5 grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)
  • Extremely Hard Water = 10.5+ grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)

Note: Each ppm of iron equals 4 grains per gallon of hardness.

We hope this page helped you understand how to determine your hardness. If you still have questions regarding hard water, please email us or call us anytime at the number below.

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How does a softener remove hardness from water?

As the water passes through a water softening appliance containing a bed of resin, the hardness (calcium and magnesium) present in the water is exchanged or swapped for sodium in the resin. When the available sodium has all been exchanged for calcium and magnesium, hard water is present in the softener outlet and the resin must be regenerated. Common salt is used to replenish the supply of sodium in the resin and the hardness is flushed to waste.

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