Water Softeners

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Water Softener Systems - Designed To Work Brilliantly

A Lone Star Water Softener will meet your family’s all on-demand soft water needs. From multi-tank water softener systems powered by the potency of moving water to more traditional solutions, Lone Star has the ultimate water softener for your home.

Adding Our Water Softener To Your Home Will Definitely Improve Your Life.

Lone Star Water Services’ water softeners work brilliantly to protect your family & home from the negative effects of hard water. Hard water has a high concentration of minerals, specifically calcium & magnesium. These minerals can cause many problems in your home, including:

  • Dry skin & hair
  • Damaged plumbing fixtures
  • Laundry that is stiff & scratchy
  • Dirty dishes


A water softener will remove calcium & magnesium from your water, making it easier on your skin, hair, plumbing & laundry. In addition, your dishes will come out clean & spotless.

Contact Lone Star Water Services today if you’re ready to improve your quality of life. We’ll help you choose the perfect water softener for your home & have it installed quickly & efficiently. Get ready to enjoy the many benefits of soft water!

Water Softener Systems Near You

Like most people, you may take water for granted & casually turn on the tap to use water to drink, cook, or bathe in. But what if this water that you are using is not fresh or healthy? What if it leaves spots on your dishes & clothes? What if it causes your hair to be dry & brittle? 

Chances are, you’re using hard water. Hard water is caused by minerals such as calcium & magnesium dissolved in the water. While these minerals are not harmful, they can cause many problems when used with soap. That’s when a water softener is useful.

What Is A Water Softener?

A water softener is a device that uses salt (sodium) or potassium chloride to exchange with calcium and magnesium in the hard water. While this may seem counterintuitive – after all, doesn’t too much salt make your too salty? The salt used has absolutely no effect on the taste of your water. The softened water will still be pure enough to drink.

Top Benefits Of Water Softener Systems With Filters

  1. Better tasting water right out of the tap for cooking or bathing
  2. A water filtration system eliminates the necessity for bottled water.
  3. Healthier drinking water with using a combination of a water softener system & a water filter. 
  4. A water filtration system can lessen the negative effects of chlorine.
  5. High-quality products certified by the Water Quality Association (WQA) & NSF International (NSF)

What Does A Water Softener Do OR How Does A Water Softener Work?

A water softener uses an ion exchange process to reduce calcium and magnesium in the water. Water passes through a tank that contains small polystyrene beads or resin (depending on the type of system).

The minerals attach to these beads, while sodium ions pass into your drinking water. Eventually, these hard-mineral-covered beads must be flushed out of the system and replaced with fresh ones.

Depending on how much water your household uses, this may have to occur several times a year or just once every few years.

Water Softeners vs. Water Softening

This is where terminology becomes important: “water softener” refers specifically to the device itself; “water softening” refers to the conversion of hard water to soft water.

Our Water Softener Installation Process:

Installing a water softener is never a simple process. We advise you not to do it on your own. Instead, we suggest hiring professionals to install a water softener in your home.

  • The first step is to measure the water going through the softener. This is done by measuring the area’s length, width, and height. Next, the softener will be installed and multiplying those numbers together.
  • The next step is to find the water pressure in your home. This can be done by looking for the water pressure gauge on your outside faucet or calling your local water company. You will need to know the water pressure to purchase a softener compatible with your home’s needs.
  • Once you have gathered this information, you can begin to plan the location for your water softener.
  • Finally, you will need to run a water line from your home’s water main to where the softener will be located.

Take Action Against Hard Water?

Step #1 - Test Your Water

If you’re not sure whether or not your home has hard water, contact a Lone Star Water Services professional to test it.

Step #2 - Learn About How Water Softeners Work

Please read our blog section & know everything about water softeners including the differences between salt-based & salt-free water softener options.

Step #3 - Talk To A Home Water Expert

If you have any questions or concerns about your home’s water, schedule a consultation with one of our experts today.

CALL US TODAY : +1 512-805-1220

More Than 80% Of American Households Have Hard Water - Are You Ready To Take Action?

Get a Lone Star Water Softener and get the peace of mind that comes with knowing your family has access to all the soft water they need, when they need it.

How Much Does A Water Softener Cost?

The cost of a water softener at Lone Star Water Services varies depending on the size of the unit & the features that are included. For more information regarding the prices, please fill the form – and we will back to you in no time.

Water Softener - Frequently Asked Questions

The grain capacity is the unit’s ability to remove hardness from water. The higher the number, the more contaminants it can remove before needing to be regenerated (flushed out & replaced with fresh beads).

Hardness is measured in grains per gallon (GPG). The U.S. Geological Survey has a water hardness map that can give you an idea of the hardness in your area.

The easiest way to determine your water hardness is to contact a Lone Star Water Services professional. We can test your water & give you an accurate reading.
Hard water can cause various problems in the home, including dull hair, dry skin, and scaling on fixtures & appliances. It can also cause soap not to lather properly.