|What's In Your Water?
|Ultima Water Softener Systems
Ultima water softening systems from Clark's Quality Water are designed to
provide luxurious, clean, soft water for years to come.
Clark's Quality Water offers a full line of high quality Ultima water softeners
to fit your needs. From basic timer-controlled, to the most advanced
electronically controlled water softening systems available,
we provide what our customers want.
Ultima water softeners have been designed and manufactured in Gilbert,
Arizona since 1985. We offer a wide variety of systems to fit your needs.
Gilbert has extremely hard water and chlorine levels that are often greater than
EPA recommended levels. Many of the "box store" water softeners use inferior
resins. The resins that are typically used in these systems deteriorate quickly
when operating in severe water treatment conditions.
Clark's Quality Water provides our customers with the most advanced
state-of-the-art Ultima water treatment systems. We use commercial grade, high
cross link resins in all our water softeners that outperform and outlast the
competition's. Our valves feature the latest advances in
design, reliability, and performance.
|Water Softener Manuals & Specification Sheets
If you are beginning to notice hard water problems such as:
* soaps are not lathering well
* film on dishes
* hair, skin and laundry not as soft
* soap scum on tubs and showers
Call Clark's Quality Water today, we will test your water, inspect the functions of your
water softener, diagnose and repair your system.
If you suddenly have very low water pressure in your house and/or you notice a
gritty substance (orange or black in color) coming through your faucets, toilets,
Put your water softener into bypass immediately, then call Clark's Quality Water. This is
probably water softener resin coming through your house.
If you notice your water softener regenerating at odd hours, regenerating
constantly, or making unusually loud noises.
Call Clark's Quality Water to come out and assess and repair the problem.
If your water softener is not using salt.
Call Clark's Quality water, your brine tank may be "bridged" (salt solidified in brine tank)
or any number of other water softener malfunctions.
If your water softener is leaking from the valve, a plastic line, plastic or brass
fitting, overflowing from brine tank.
Bypass your water softener immediately and then call Clark's Quality Water to service
and repair your whole house water treatment system.