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Clark's Quality Water is your water treatment repair and service specialist.

How do you know if your water softener needs service?
* 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.
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A reverse osmosis system can treat for a variety of contaminants including:
Aluminum, Arsenic, Asbestos, Atrazine, Benzene, Chlorides, Chlorine, Copper,
Cryptosporidium, Cyanide, Fluoride, Giardia, Lead, Mercury, Nitrates, Radium, Radon,
Silver, Sodium, Sulfide, Trichloroethylene, and Total Trihalomethanes.

Q. Beyond reducing health-related contaminants what are some other benefits
of installing a reverse osmosis water system?

There are many benefits to installing a reverse osmosis system beyond greatly reduced
concentrations of contaminants.  Cleaner, sparkling drinking water is probably the most
noticeable.  Because there is little to alter the RO-treated water's natural state, the flavor
of food can come though without any "chemical" taste.   Brewed items such as coffee,
tea, or soups may have a richer, more robust flavor, and fruit juices and powdered drinks
mixed with RO-treated water may taste better, too.   Even ice cubes can take on a crystal
clear appearance.

Additionally, because of its low mineral content, using RO-purified water in household
appliances such as steam irons and humidifiers can keep them working longer and more

Q. How do I properly maintain my reverse osmosis system?

The filters of your RO system should be changed periodically.   In general, both the pre-
and post-filters should be replaced about every six months, or at least annually;
however, the maintenance schedules may vary due to local water conditions, the quality
of water being filtered, and the manufacturer's recommendations.  The reverse osmosis
membrane normally lasts between 3 to 5 years.   WQA suggests you closely follow the
maintenance schedule provided by your water treatment specialist of the manufacturer to
ensure that the system is in proper working order.