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Water Coolers and Commercial Softeners

Give Your Customers the Water They Deserve

Your customers and employees will be happier when you provide them with delicious, clear water that's been filtered through a quality system from Serv-All Water Conditioning. We sell, install, and service workplace systems that remove impurities and serve up fresh, clean water.

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

Reverse Osmosis Systems and Water Coolers

Eliminate bottles and go green by using the same water Starbucks uses to make their coffee. Use as much as you want for cooking, making ice, and more. The same process used to make bottled water has been made compact for installation in your home.

Place hot and cold water coolers anywhere in your office filled with sparkling water, with a 99.9% guarantee of being the best water available. UV light protection kills bacteria on the handle to prevent germs from spreading.

Commercial Water Softener Systems

Removal of calcium and magnesium compounds in water (limestone hardness) eliminates scaling in piping, processing equipment, and heat exchange systems as well as greatly improving the effectiveness of cleaning and rinsing processes.
Serv-All Water Conditioning water softeners are specifically designed to reduce the hardness of water by removing these elements.

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FAQ

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.

Do water softeners put salt in your water?

NO. Salt is sodium chloride, and water softeners add just a small amount of sodium to your water… but there is already sodium in the water before it even reaches the water softener.

This is a hugely misunderstood subject in the water business. People think water softeners also add chloride to the water, which is not true. All the chloride from the salt used in a water softener goes down the drain and none is added to the water supplied to your home. If water softeners added chloride to the water, the water would taste like ocean water, but it does not.

Reasonable levels of sodium are not bad for most people — in fact, Gatorade has a large amount of sodium in it. People on a restricted-sodium diet should not drink tap water either before or after a water softener because they will both contain sodium. When on a sodium restricted diet, only drink water processed through reverse osmosis or bottled water which has no sodium.

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Will water softeners kill your plants?

No. Rainwater is soft and rain certainly does not kill your plants. The only thing water softeners add to the water is a small amount of sodium, and since there is already sodium in the water before it reaches the water softener, it is not possible for soft water to kill your plants.

This rumor was started, and a lot of people still believe it, because there is an impression that water softeners add chloride to the water, which they do not. If water softeners added chloride to the water, it would taste like ocean water and could be harmful to plants.

When we install a water softener, we do our best to bypass the outdoor sprinklers because it would waste salt and plants thrive as well with hard water. Over our 40+ years in business, we have had hundreds of customers where we were unable to bypass the water for plants and we have never had a problem with the water killing the plants.

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Is soft water bad for a swimming pool?

Yes and no. A plaster swimming pool needs a small amount of calcium in it so the water remains balanced. Because soft water has no calcium in it, the water is out of balance and could attack the plaster, trying to get back into balance.

It is almost impossible to fill a swimming pool with soft water because you would have to stop filling the pool every couple of hours while the water softener regenerates. Because calcium is a solid and not a liquid, it does not evaporate like the water does. Once the calcium is in the pool, it will always be there until you drain the pool.

For this reason, it is very beneficial to add soft water to a pool to replenish the water that is lost to evaporation. It will keep the calcium at a reasonable level and make your tiles easier to clean. If you continue to add hard water to the pool to replenish for evaporation, the calcium continues to build because it does not evaporate. Eventually, you will have to drain your water and refill the pool because it has too much calcium in it.

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Is reverse osmosis-treated low-mineral water healthy and safe to drink?

Reverse osmosis water filters remove 90-99% of all contaminants from water, including inorganic minerals. In water filter comparison tests, reverse osmosis systems always beat standard carbon filters in the removal of harmful contaminants in both tap and well water.

However, some critics say that this water is unnatural and is not good for human consumption. Is ultra-clean water that is free of inorganic minerals good for human health? Keep reading this FAQ to find out.

Reverse osmosis is a revolutionary water treatment technology that was first developed in the late 1950′s as a method of desalinating seawater. Also known as hyperfiltration, reverse osmosis is the process by which water molecules are forced through a 0.0001-micron semi-permeable membrane through the use of water pressure. This membrane allows only microscopic water molecules to pass through, filtering out almost everything else including 90-99% of all contaminants in the water.

Today this technology has earned its rightful status as the most convenient and thorough method to produce contaminant-free clean water. It is used by many water and soda bottling plants and by many industries that require ultra-refined water in manufacturing.

Reverse osmosis has also made its way into the residential sector and has become a popular under-the-counter water filtration system for many families.

However, there are some competitors in the water filtration market that argue against the use of reverse osmosis for drinking water and have spread many outrageous rumors against it online in the hopes of discrediting the technology. This FAQ will cover some of the issues and claims brought up against reverse osmosis technology by those critics.

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Is reverse osmosis-purified water unhealthy to drink?

Reverse osmosis water is very clean and healthy to drink.

Reverse osmosis (RO) has been called unnatural water because of its purity. Detractors claim it is man-made and unhealthy and should only be used for industrial applications and not for human consumption. They say that RO water is too pure and clean to be good because such perfectly clean mineral-free water does not exist naturally on earth.

However, this type of water does exist — it’s called RAIN.

Rainwater is water that has been stripped of all minerals and is often one of the purest and cleanest waters on Earth. People have been drinking rainwater for thousands of years without any negative health effects.

Only recently has rainwater been polluted by the industrial age and man’s pollution of the skies. In the absence of heavy natural or man-made air pollution, rainwater can be very pure and safe to drink. While rainwater may absorb and pick-up some substances as it falls through the atmosphere, minerals are not one of them.

Thus, people have been drinking mineral-free water for thousands of years, which is very normal when you consider that nothing is more natural than mother nature’s life-giving rain.

With the scientific research that has been done over the past 60 years on reverse osmosis water, none has ever documented any negative health effects from people drinking RO water. In fact, RO technology has also been extensively tested in the past by the US military and is approved for and highly used throughout the military as drinking water by the men and women in our armed forces.

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Does a reverse osmosis filter remove healthy minerals from water?

Reverse osmosis filters remove inorganic, unhealthy minerals from water.

RO systems do remove minerals from tap water. However, we humans get the vast majority of our minerals from the foods we eat, not from drinking water. For example, one glass of orange juice has the same amount of minerals as 30 gallons of tap water. You would also get more minerals from one vitamin tablet than you will from drinking a month’s supply of tap water.

Tap water contains only inorganic minerals which cannot be properly absorbed by our bodies. Human beings need organic minerals which are only available from living organisms like plants and vegetables and are easily absorbed by our systems.

According to the WQA and WHO (Water Quality Association and World Health Organization), we get the vast majority of our minerals from food not from drinking water. The inorganic minerals found in water have little to no benefits to people and in fact can be very bad to our health.

It is estimated that over a 70-year lifespan, a person drinking tap or mineral water will be ingesting about 200 to 300 pounds of rock that their body cannot use. While most of these microscopic rock minerals will be eliminated from our bodies regularly, some will be stored in our tissues, becoming toxic.

The primary culprits are calcium salts and over time they can cause gallstones, kidney stones, bone and joint calcification, arthritis, and hardening and blocking our arteries. The presence of other hard metal minerals (some are radioactive!) is suspected to cause other degenerative diseases as well, including eye glaucoma, cataracts, hearing loss, emphysema, diabetes, obesity, and cancer.

These minerals available, especially in hard tap water, are poorly absorbed, or rejected by cellular tissue sites, and, if not evacuated, their presence may cause arterial obstruction and internal damage. (Dennison 1993, Muehling 1994, Banik 1989)

Reverse osmosis water purification simply delivers the cleanest, purest drinking water on the market.

What about distilled water, you say? Distillation systems are comparable in contaminant removal; however, since many synthetic chemicals such as herbicides, pesticides, and chlorine solutions have boiling points lower than water, these chemicals will vaporize and can be carried over into the product water container actually making the collected purified water even more concentrated in those particular chemicals. Distilled water systems also require very high energy costs to operate and are very slow in producing water.

Reverse osmosis is also the only purification system that can remove the majority of dangerous pharmaceuticals and drugs from our drinking water. (According to AP news reports provided by the USA Today article & Fox News report, “Reverse Osmosis removes virtually all pharmaceutical contaminants”)

Reverse osmosis removes many contaminants that countertop and faucet carbon filters cannot, including viruses, bacteria, pesticides, arsenic, fluoride, drugs, cryptosporidium, mercury, nitrates, microbes, heavy metals, all radioactive materials, and many more.

The lack of minerals in your water should not keep you up at night. (Just take a vitamin.) The increasing amounts of chemicals, drugs, and carcinogenic/radioactive minerals potentially found in tap water should!

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Does reverse osmosis leach minerals from the body?

Reverse osmosis water cannot leach minerals from the human body.

Water is called the universal solvent as it always “wants” to have substances dissolved in it. The purer the water, the more aggressive it becomes in attacking things that can dissolve. This doesn’t hurt the human body, because our physiology quickly obtains homeostasis using saliva, stomach fluids, etc. to equilibrate all bodily fluids.

Reverse osmosis technology was created in the 1950s and has been scientifically tested in every conceivable way since then. There has never been any documented evidence to prove that reverse osmosis treated water can leach minerals from the human body.

The US Navy has used water with less than 3 parts per million total dissolved solids (TDS) for more than 40 years, according to a 1993 Water Quality Association (WQA) report, which also said the Army’s field personnel drinks RO water.

In early July 2008, the Brighton Standard Blade, a Colorado newspaper, contacted the EPA at their readers' request to find out if RO water leaches minerals. The EPA spokeswoman said that their organization does not support this idea.

The WQA also rejects the idea that RO water can leach minerals in a 1993 report titled ”Consumption of Low TDS Water.” Their extensive research presented evidence that suggests water with low amounts of total dissolved solids (TDS), such as distilled water and reverse osmosis-treated water has no ill effects on humans.

Water Technology Magazine also disagrees with this myth and gives a list of sources that dispels the false water propaganda.

Reverse osmosis water is very clean, and its purity will actually help improve the absorption of all nutrients including good organic minerals. No more ingesting of bad inorganic minerals (rocks) means the body will no longer be stressed and taxed with trying to absorb something that wasn’t supposed to be there in the first place.

Drinking water heavy in inorganic minerals is like putting random rocks from your back yard into your chicken soup. Considering the fact that some inorganic minerals are radioactive and others are toxic, you are figuratively playing Russian roulette with your health!

Use common sense. Drink the cleanest and purest water you can find!

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Does reverse osmosis filtration produce very acidic water with low pH?

Reverse osmosis has little effect on water pH values.

Reverse osmosis purification may or may not reduce pH levels as it removes unhealthy inorganic minerals from tap water. Water pH is very complicated and pH levels vary constantly depending on a host of factors that can only be measured by water chemists and PhDs.

The truth is, water pH levels will automatically change when it is ingested and comes into contact with the food in your stomach. Even on an empty stomach, your stomach acid alone is already several times more acidic than RO water (pH 6-8) with a pH level of 2.

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I thought my city's tap water was safe to drink?

It is a known fact that many municipal water distribution channels across American cities are in desperate need of replacement from old age and wear. Water contamination can occur at almost any point in the delivery channel including lead leaching from corroded pipe solder, bacteria entering the system from water main breaks, or gardening chemicals back-siphoned from a careless neighbor.

Unfortunately, most local and state governments do not have the financial resources to address these very expensive problems now or in the foreseeable future. To make matters worse, most cities also add chemicals like chlorine and fluoride to their water.

The truth is, tap water quality in the US will most likely continue to decline in the coming years. The best way to protect your family from the increasingly wide range of contaminants found in today’s tap water is by installing a reverse osmosis drinking water system.

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How is RO water compared to bottled water?

Just as good or even better. We use the same technology, reverse osmosis (RO), as other major bottling plants use to filter water. Our drinking water has a refreshing taste with a touch of minerals –not like the flat taste of distilled or bottled water.

The five-stage system is the most stable and complete RO process. The best part is that our system allows you to proactively monitor and maintain the unit’s performance and measure the purity of the water to ensure your family’s health yourself. That is something that you cannot do with bottled water.

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How effective is reverse osmosis filtration compared to other methods?

RO is the most convenient and effective method of water filtration. It filters water by squeezing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which is rated at 0.0001 microns (equals to 0.00000004 inches!). This is the technology used to make bottled water. It is also the only technology capable of desalinating seawater and making it into drinking water.

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When should I change my filters on my reverse osmosis system?

Every year! Here at Serv-All, we will call and send a postcard to remind you that you are due for your routine filter change. The cost is anywhere between $45 and $85, depending on what stage reverse osmosis system you have.

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What if I don't use my reverse osmosis all the time? Do I still need to change the filters every year?

Yes!! The reason why is the water still sits on the filters. Another reason is that if your ice maker is hooked up to the reverse osmosis system, it is constantly sending water to your ice maker.

The whole reason behind a filter change is to protect the membrane filter. That is the filter that you change out every three to five years. That is the heart and soul of the whole system. If that goes bad, your water will taste bad and will cost you more money down the road. Also, if the filters clog up, that could cause damage and break the system. The better choice from us and the manufactures is to change your filter every year.

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If I am using salt in my water softener, how much sodium is in the soft water?

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 the difference between the water softeners you sell over the ones offered by the competition?

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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Do magnetic water softeners work?

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 about flow rates — should I worry about water flow through these water softeners?

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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Are your systems metered, on-demand, water flow only or do they regenerate by days only?

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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Can I use potassium chloride instead of rock salt with your water softeners?

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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How long does it take before delivery after I have placed my order?

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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How do you handle warranty issues and what is the warranty on your water softeners and iron filters?

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 the difference between the Purolite c-100 e high capacity resin that you generally use and an ionics c-249 resin?

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 a main water supply?

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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How much water does it take to dissolve eight pounds of salt?

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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Do I have to have an exact amount of salt in the brine tank for the softener to regenerate properly?

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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Why do I need a water softener?

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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Can soft water be used for cooking and coffee-making?

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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Why is a water softener better for me and my pocketbook?

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 the difference between a water softener, a water filter, a descaler, and a conditioner?

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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OK then, why wouldn't I want to soften my water?

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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Someone told me that softened water feels “slimy.”

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 makes your softener better than others that charge as much as four times the price?

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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Will a softener remove iron/red stains?

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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Should I have my water softener professionally installed?

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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Will installing a softener reduce my water pressure?

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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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?

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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How does a softener remove hardness from water?

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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