Residential

Residential homes in hard water areas suffer from scale accumulation on shower heads, pipes and appliances. Furthermore, homes with pools and/or spas are required to use costly and unhealthy chemicals to keep them running adequately. These problems are not only a nuisance, they cost home owners money and can reduce the value of their property.

 

HydroFLOW water conditioners are the solution because they…

 

  • Are easy to install
  • Are maintenance-free
  • Provide full home protection
  • Extend the life of appliances
  • Do not take up valuable space
  • Help reduce energy consumption
  • Cost roughly $5 a year to operate
  • They pay for themselves in less than a year
  • Are less expensive than water treatment solutions in their class
  • Are eco-friendly - They don't introduce chemicals into your drinking water and the environment

 

Additional Information

Case Studies

Plumbing Contractor
"With Hydropath Technology there is no longer a need for traditional water softeners."
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Plumbing Contractor
Are you wasting money because of an inefficient water heater?
Learn how a homeowner protected her house from the harmful effects of limescale while reducing her energy bill.
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Are you wasting money because of an inefficient water heater?
Residential Tower
"Not only had the HydroFLOW units prevented any scale from accumulating, but had actually reversed the scale that had built up prior to the installation"
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Residential Tower

Blogs

December 2019
Why are water softeners being banned?
Here is a brief description of the impact saltwater has on our environment and what many states are doing to combat this issue.
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December 2019
Choosing the right eco-friendly water treatment option. What’s out there?
Let’s explore the varying types of water treatments and the unique ways in which they function to clear your pipes and your worries.
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May 2019
Water Conditioner vs. Water Softener
In this post, we'll focus on two types of water treatment systems: water conditioners and water softeners. These terms are often confused, so we'll clarify the difference and explain how each works.
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