BestValue Water Filtration, Treatment and Softener System
Sales & Repair Stockton, CA - Call Us (209) 438-4833
Serving Stockton California with sales, installation, and
repair for water softeners, water filtration systems,
purification and water filtering equipment. Everything you need
to have pure clean water, on demand, at your home or office.
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Having served Stockton, CA for over twenty years we
understand the challenges you face. Depending on where you live
in Stockton you either get your water from CalWater, the city's
Municipal Utilities Department or your own private well.
CalWater and the Municipal Utilities Department annually report
that the supply they deliver to you has dissolved rock
(hardness) levels at hard and extremely hard, as determined by
the National Geological Survey, as well as various other
contaminants within their annual reports. These reports also
show that levels of Arsenic, Barium, Uranium, and Manganese far
exceed California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA)
public health goals. Private well quality varies by
There is no need for you to sacrifice your health to
excessive levels of arsenic and other contaminants or your
home, appliances, and plumbing to the ravages of hard water
when you can call us and have affordable solution.
When you call us and we will come to your home, give you a
free water test to evaluate the quality of your water, talk to
you about your concerns and then recommend a solution. As area
representatives for all water systems, the world leader in
reliable water filtering systems, you can rest assured that any
recommended solution will reliably provide you with the highest
quality and purest water possible.
How Does The Free Water Test Help?
The free test is critical
in evaluating your specific needs. When it comes to water
filtering, there are specific processes that address and remove
certain contaminants. Once we perform the test, we can
understand precisely how to design a custom money saving system
that will both purify and remove all hardness. The advantage of
a custom designed system is you only spend money on what you
need. Competing systems or ones from big box retailers attempt
to address every possible need without doing any single one
very well, forcing you to pay for features you do not need.
Custom systems allow you to eliminate the unnecessary and at
the same time make accessing the best available methods for
addressing the needs you do have, affordable.
Industry Leading Reliability - Our 10 Year Warranty
Our water systems come with
a 10-year full warranty, far beyond the industry standard
of 3 years. We can do this because we have built
reliability into the design. As an example, the typical
water softener fails due to electrical problems, control
panel problems, improper settings, or because of the
hardness the systems are forced to use during self
cleaning and regeneration.
With our systems we do not use electricity, do not have
complex control panels nor timers, settings are set by our
trained professionals so you never have to worry if you are
doing the right thing, and our unique dual tank design keeps
hardness from ever touching the internal mechanisms that make
the system work. We do all of this and still deliver perfect
results with zero hardness.
The dual tank
design has many benefits. When one tank is regenerating,
the other is providing the softening for the process. This same
advantage allows for uninterrupted service. Most softeners
require a down time for cleaning and regeneration, during this
downtime you are not expected to use your water so that you do
not expose your home to damage. This means that you are living
around the schedule of your softener. With our dual tank
systems, one tank will always provide you with treated water,
even if the other is cleaning itself. Our systems do not
require you to ever set a timer, remember time schedules, or
involve yourself in their automatic process of providing you
with the best results possible.
Stockton CA Water Softeners
Stockton is the San Joaquin County seat and located along
Interstate-5, State Route 4, and State Route 99. Stockton is
home to more than 291,707 residents and 90,605 households. The
city itself is rich in history starting with the original Miwok
Indian inhabitants, to becoming one of the largest cities in
the state during the California Gold Rush, to the Port of
Stockton and the Rough and Ready Island military base. The city
also gave rise to Benjamin Holt who revolutionized farming
worldwide with what eventually became Caterpillar Tractor.
Over the years Stockton has had good and bad times with
major revitalization projects that were most recently made
during the 1990's. These included the Lexington Plaza
Waterfront Hotel, the Bob Hope Theater, and the Regal City
Centre Cinemas and IMAX.
As a delta port city there is abundant surface water to
supply the City's Municipal Utilities District and CalWater,
but both agencies still source over 25% of their supply from
underground wells. These wells are the primary source of
hardness that impacts all city residents. This impact, unlike
in many other cities, is not mitigated by any treatment for
hardness performed. The agencies already battle countless
chemical and natural contaminants from surrounding farmland
pesticides to contaminated Sacramento river water that flows
into the delta.
Stockton has many current attractions to residents and it
will undoubtedly rebound in the future. The University of the
Pacific (UOP) continues to be a noteworthy private university
and as the economy recovers San Joaquin County, as the city's
largest employer, will reinvest into the city as will St.
Josephs Medical Center, Diamond Foods, and OG Packing, other
large employers. With this investment the current 99,637
housing units should see growth in value and with that more
development supported by additional economic activity. The
temporary lull with the Stockton bankruptcy will leave the city
in better shape that other California cities as it reigns in
spending and sets up fiscal management. While other cities will
struggle to maintain the status quo, Stockton can thrive
With growth there will also be increased infrastructure
growth and dependence on groundwater wells. This groundwater,
while not treated for hardness by the local agencies, can be
affordably treated at you home.
Why Should I Care About Hard Water?
Hard water contains dissolved rock. This rock is very small,
but over time it collects in your faucets and plumbing. It also
decreases the efficiency and life expectancy of your plumbing
and home appliances. Rock you cannot see may seem harmless, but
with Stockton's hardness as high as 15 grains per gallon and
averaging 11 grains per gallon there is a lot of rock running
through the pipes of each home.
With 11 grains per gallon hardness a family of four will use
enough water each year, where if all the rock particles were
combined they would equal 165 pounds of solid rock. That
excludes outdoor use. That rock collects in pipes and damages
the way that faucets and your plumbing operate.
Hardness also affects your the way you use your washing
machine. If you look at the label on laundry detergents you
will see many ingredients listed for the sole purpose of
softening the water. These chemicals are necessary because
detergents only work well in soft water. When you have a water
softener you will no longer need to buy overpriced detergents
that have these chemical softeners, which is better for the
environment and cheaper on your wallet.
Drinking Water Filtration Systems - Reverse Osmosis
Purification is not the same as softening. Purification
refers to the removal of contaminants within such as lead,
nitrates, arsenic, chlorine and the dozens of other common
contaminants. Some of these are actually added by your agency
treatment facilities to protect against biological and organic
elements entering the supply as it travels through the city's
infrastructure system to your home, but once it arrives at your
home it is best to remove all bad elements and contaminants..
Purification through a water filtration system
removes all of these chemicals and leaves you with the healthy
The most common method of purification uses a process called
reverse osmosis. Reverse osmosis pushes water through water
filters with the goal of filtering out all contaminants. As a
water filtering process it is very effective, but the results
are in direct correlation to the quality of water filters used.
Our water filtering systems use extremely high quality
re-usable filters that produce water that is 33 percent more
pure than the average of other water treatment and purification
systems in the industry.
Water Softener - Water Filter Repair and Service - Any
Water filter repair and
softener repair is a large part of our business. This is
because we have been in the industry for more than 20 years and
therefore customers know that we have worked on every system
made and encountered every problem imaginable.
This means that we have the experience necessary to handle
any problem you have. We leverage this experience to make
certain your water filtration system or softener will once
again work at its maximum potential. Having years in the
industry we have also built the connections necessary to get
hard to find replacement parts, a critical factor in some
If you are having any trouble with your system or simply
feel it is not working at optimal performance, give us a call.
Many systems are very sensitive and we can oftentimes make the
difference with a quick service call in getting you back to
having pure soft water.