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What is Hard Water?

Hard water contains a large amount of dissolved compounds of calcium and magnesium, among other minerals.Specifically, any types of water with more than 7 grains per gallon (gpg) of calcium carbonate is considered hard water.The hardness level can also be expressed in parts per million (ppm), or milligrams per liter (mg/L). Many households with hard water face the problem of limescale buildup inside their pipe systems, as well as water fixtures and appliances.


Depending on the level of hardness, the residue can ruin the appearance of the equipment— leaving stains on the faucets, for example— or wreak havoc on them internally by forming limescale, which leads to broken details, clogging, and leakage. You will see more serious damage in your pipes, boiler, and traditional or tankless water heater, where the water tends to sit still for long hours, allowing the minerals to stick to their internal surfaces. Not only will it be costly to repipe your home after a pipe burst because of the internal pressure caused by the mineral buildup, bacteria is more likely to grow within that build up inside your pipes becoming a health hazard.


Avg. Cost of Replacing Pipes

Days it takes to finish repair

Signs you have hard water.

  • A clogged showerhead,
  • A subtle layer of white residue on your skin after a shower,
  • Rough-textured laundry, clothes that fade quickly, and white clothes that turn yellow after a few washes,
  • Slower water flow over time,
  • Plumbing that requires constant maintenance due to limescale,
  • Mineral residue on the bottom of a kettle or coffee maker carafe,
  • Leakage and damage to various appliances,
  • An unpleasant smell in your water,
  • A film of residue on your glassware, mirrors, tiles, or your car after cleaning. If the hard water also happens to contain a decent amount of iron, you will likely find yourself scrubbing yellowish stains from your tiles, toilet bowl, and bathtub.

Can you trust your city tap water?

Water treatment plants from municipalities are built to only treat water enough to where its not lethal. In the process they add lots of chemicals to the water to kill the bacteria and viruses.

Some of these chemicals end up in your tap water. These chemicals can have adverse effects to your health and loved ones. The current water system is not enough to keep americans healthy.

Learn About Contaminants

Do you know whats in your water? Most americans don’t realize their tap water is full of hazardous chemicals.



Chromium-6, also called hexavalent chromium, is a known carcinogen found in tap water. 



Fluoride, the same ingredient found in toothpaste, is a chemical that gets added to the tap water supply. 



Chloramines are a combination of chlorine and ammonia and that mix has caused a number of consumer concerns. 



Glyphosate (RoundUp®), is one of the most widely used herbicides. This controversial chemical shows up in tap water 



Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS & PFOA) are a group of man-made chemicals widely used in nonstick cookware. 



Microplastics are tiny particles of plastic. These particles are present in 94% of drinking water supplies across the US, but they are not yet regulated.

Get rid of all these chemicals and contaminants

Reverse Osmosis Technology

Reverse Osmosis water purification process is a simple and straightforward water filtration process. It is accomplished by water pressure pushing tap water through a semipermeable membrane to remove impurities from water. This is a process in which dissolved inorganic solids (such as salts) are removed from a solution (such as water). 


Nanometer sized molucular membranes filter everything thats not h2o molucules.


Alkaline water the filter produces  H20 clusters which are smaller.

Reverse Osmosis

RO systems remove pollutants from water including nitrates, pesticides, sulfates, fluoride, bacteria, pharmaceuticals, arsenic and much more. An RO systems’ carbon filter will also remove chlorine and chloramines.

Whole House

Water filtration systems are a cost-effective way to improve your water quality without using electricity or wasting water. Systems can be specialized to target a particular water issue such as high sediment, fluoride or chlorine taste. 

Areas We Service

Houston | San Antonio | Austin | Dallas |Irving | Fort Worth |Laredo | McAllen | Brownsville | Corpus Christi | South Padre | 

Fix your water

Step 1

Book a free water test appointment with one of our water experts

Step 2

See if you qualify for our multiple house programs

Step 3

Start enjoying the benefits of pure water in your home

Upgrading the quality of your water

Our company believes in educating the local community about their water and improve their overall health potential. SpaceWater Systems provides the best solutions for your home’s water quality and we strive to help as many people as we can in getting the highest quality of water possible.

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Choose a Plan that Works for You

Diffrent individuals require diffrent needs, theres never a one type plan for everyone. Choose below what plan fits your needs and size of home and family.

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