The best way to reduce particles, contaminants, or imbalances in your water is to use a Halo Water Filtration system. Experience the difference in your drinking water every day. Water filtration systems are designed to reduce hard water to provide better tasting water eliminating chlorine odors. The Halo whole-home water filter installed by Superior Plumbing & Drain treats your water directly at the source so you can enjoy cleaner, fresher water from every faucet. For more information on the Halo 5 Whole Home system, ask a Superior Plumbing & Drain technician today.

Water Softeners

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A water softner does exactly as the name describes, it reduces minerals to make the water softer. This means a better overall shower and bath experience with less skin irritation. In addition, you’ll have softer hands when doing dishes. A water softener is able to reduce excess metals and minerals in your water supply.

An ion-exchange water softener removes magnesium and calcium ions in the water supply and replaces them with sodium ions, effectively “softening” the water. The tank of the water softener is filled with resin beads that collect the hard water ions. When the tank reaches a certain level, they are flushed out.

A water softner is a cost effective addition to your home or commercial building. A few other reasons to get a water softner are:

  • Better water flow
  • Better water pressure
  • Cleaner dishes
  • Reduction in soap scum
  • Cleaner and softer hair
  • Cleaner laundry

Why Choose Superior Plumbing & Drain?

As the trusted plumber in Las Vegas, Summerlin and Henderson, Superior Plumbing & Drain brings more than 30 years experience. Our team of plumbing experts is always on time delivering dependable plumbing services at affordable prices.

When you need a reliable plumber to install or repair a water softner or water filtration system, call Superior.

Water Heaters

Water heaters are only designed to last between 8 to 12 years. To prolong the life of your water heater, follow these quick tips:

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  • Draining the heater each year helps remove sediment and prevents that sediment from corroding internal components
  • The Anode Rod is designed to attract the minerals in water so the rod corrodes before the lining of your heater does. This rod should be replaced every few years. A simple check by one of our trained professionals will determine the condition of the rod and your heater.