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Experience cleaner, safer water with our cutting-edge water treatment solutions. Our advanced technology removes impurities, contaminants, and odors, ensuring your family’s health and the longevity of your plumbing. Trust us for crystal-clear, pure water that’s better for your family and the environment. Explore our services today!


Your Water. Perfected.

From better tasting water to lower energy bills and higher performing appliances, you’d be surprised at how many ways EcoWater Systems can improve your life.

Designed to reduce the hardness of water by removing minerals, primarily calcium and magnesium ions, which are responsible for the “hardness” of water.

By adding a layer of coconut shell carbon to our water refiner system, the odor and taste of chlorine is removed without the need of a carbon filter system.

Uses a membrane to remove ions, molecules, and larger particles from water. It is a highly effective method for producing clean and purified water.

We provide industrial water treatment systems for schools, hotels, apartments, health care facilities, manufacturers and other higher volume water users who are in need of high quality water.

Discover the Magic of Softer Water

Are you tired of battling the effects of hard water in your home? It’s time to experience the transformation that a top-notch water softener can bring to your daily life. Say goodbye to scale buildup, dingy laundry, and the frustration of stubborn soap scum.

Our Water Softener Solutions:

Are you ready to transform your home with the magic of softer water? Our experts are here to guide you through the process. Take the first step towards a brighter, cleaner, and more comfortable home today. Contact us for a personalized consultation and start enjoying the benefits of a water softener that truly makes a difference.

Elevate Your Water

Elevate Your LifeWelcome to a world where every drop of water you consume is pure, crisp, and crystal clear. Say goodbye to worries about contaminants, chemicals, and impurities in your drinking water. It’s time to welcome the ultimate solution: our state-of-the-art Reverse Osmosis System.

Why Choose Our Reverse Osmosis System?

Isn’t it time to elevate your water, and in turn, elevate your life? Join countless others who have already made the switch to pure, clean water. Take the first step towards a healthier, tastier, and more eco-friendly lifestyle. Contact us today for a personalized consultation and unlock the potential of our Reverse Osmosis System in your home. Your journey to exceptional water starts here.

The Water Basics

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A typical household RO system can produce about 50 to 75 gallons of purified water per day.
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Of contaminants are removed when using a reverse osmosis system. Including Pesticides, Herbicides, Heavy Metals like Lead, arsenic, cadmium and other dissolved solids.
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Chlorination is one of the most common methods of disinfecting drinking water. It is used in about 98% of community water systems in the United States.
EcoWater SoCal

Whole Home Water Treatment Combo

The perfect one-two combo for any homeowner: This combination of a water softener, which protects your home plumbing by removing damaging mineral buildup, and a water purifier for your drinking water, ensures the best quality water flowing out of every tap in your home!

Reverse Osmosis

Removes Over 99% of impurities from your tap water ensuring that you have high end water directly from your own tap.

Hard Water

Over 85% of homes suffer from hard water damage to plumbing, faucets, and hard water build up. Don’t be another statistic. 

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Replacement Filters

If you’re a local customer looking for filter replacements simply click the button to be re directed to our online shop. You’ll need to be sure to create an account for our service area in order to purchase new filters.

Water Softeners Refiners

One of the most common and visible problems caused by hard water is scale buildup. The minerals in the water precipitate and form a white, chalky deposit called scale. Scale can accumulate on plumbing fixtures, appliances, and inside pipes, reducing water flow and efficiency. Over time, excessive scale buildup can lead to clogs and costly repairs.

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Reverse Osmosis

Are highly effective at removing a wide range of contaminants from water, including dissolved salts (such as sodium, calcium, and magnesium), heavy metals (like lead, mercury, and arsenic), chlorine, chloramines, bacteria, viruses, and various organic compounds. This results in clean and safe drinking water.

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Water Filter Replacements

Over time, the filters in an RO system become saturated with contaminants and impurities removed from the water. If you don’t replace these filters, they may become less effective at removing contaminants, which can result in a decline in water quality. Regular filter changes ensure that your RO system consistently produces clean and safe drinking water.

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Better Water Starts Here

Every home is different. Make sure to fill out our water treatment survey to get connected to your next local water treatment specialist.

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Why EcoWater?

Industry Leader

EcoWater is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of water treatment systems and leads the industry with game-changing innovations.

International Network

Our products are backed by a highly trained international network of EcoWater Pro Water Specialists.

Highest Ratings

EcoWater products and service consistently earn top ratings for quality.

Custom Solutions

We’ll tailor a solution to meet your unique needs, and handle everything from the installation of an under sink water filtration system to regular maintenance of your water softener.

Advanced Technology

EcoWater products incorporate game-changing innovations that set the standard for durability, usability and attractive designs.

Cost Savings

EcoWater products incorporate game-changing innovations that set the standard for durability, usability and attractive designs.


Questions & Answers

Why is residential water treatment necessary?

Residential water treatment is essential to ensure the quality and safety of the water that comes into your home. Municipal water sources may contain various contaminants that can affect taste, odor, and even pose health risks. Water treatment systems help remove or reduce these impurities, providing clean and safe water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and other household uses.

What are some common water contaminants found in residential water supplies?

Residential water supplies can contain contaminants such as chlorine, chloramine, heavy metals (e.g., lead, mercury), bacteria, viruses, pesticides, nitrates, sulfates, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

What types of residential water treatment systems are available?

Several types of residential water treatment systems are available, including:

  • Whole House Water Filters: These treat water at the point of entry into the home, providing filtered water throughout.
  • Under-Sink Filters: Installed at specific faucets for targeted drinking and cooking water filtration.
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems: These use a semi-permeable membrane to remove contaminants and impurities.
  • UV Water Purifiers: Utilize ultraviolet light to disinfect water and destroy harmful microorganisms.
  • Water Softeners: Remove hard minerals like calcium and magnesium to prevent scaling and improve water quality.
  • Activated Carbon Filters: Effective in removing chlorine, VOCs, and improving taste and odor.

How do I know which water treatment system is best for my home?

The best water treatment system for your home depends on your specific needs and the quality of your water. Consider getting a water quality test to identify the contaminants present. Additionally, assess your budget, household size, and available space to determine the most suitable system.

Do water treatment systems require regular maintenance?

Yes, most water treatment systems require regular maintenance to function effectively. Filters need periodic replacement, and some systems might need cleaning or servicing. Regular maintenance ensures the system operates efficiently and provides clean water consistently.

Are there any DIY water treatment solutions for residential use?

While there are some DIY water treatment solutions, they may not be as effective or reliable as professionally designed systems. Boiling water can help disinfect it, but it won't remove all contaminants. DIY water filters using activated carbon or ceramic may provide some improvement but might not meet rigorous standards for safe drinking water.

Can water treatment systems remove hard water?

Yes, water softeners are specifically designed to remove hard water minerals like calcium and magnesium, which cause scale buildup in pipes and appliances. Softened water feels smoother, and it can extend the lifespan of water-using appliances.

How can I maintain my water treatment system?

Regular maintenance of your water treatment system is essential. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for filter replacements, cleaning, and servicing. Periodically check for leaks, and if you notice any issues, contact a qualified technician for assistance.

Are there any certifications I should look for when purchasing a residential water treatment system?

Yes, look for water treatment systems certified by reputable organizations like NSF International or the Water Quality Association (WQA). These certifications ensure that the system meets specific performance and safety standards.

How can I ensure my water treatment system is working correctly?

Regularly monitor the water quality and taste to ensure the system is functioning correctly. Some systems may have built-in indicators that alert you to filter replacements or maintenance needs. If you suspect any issues, contact the manufacturer or a professional technician for evaluation.

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