Las Vegas Water Softener Salt Delivery That Is Quick, Easy and Affordable.
At Rain of Las Vegas, we understand that picking up more salt for your water softener might not be a top priority on your to-do list. That’s why we want to make it easier for you to have soft, clean water in your home or office by offering quick and convenient salt delivery services.
If you have a water softening system or water conditioning system in your home or office and need water softener salt, call Rain of Las Vegas at (702) 257-7873 today! We can deliver high-purity salt crystals right to your door. No more lugging the bags around the store, loading and unloading from your car, or carrying heavy salt up the stairs. Let our professional technicians do the heavy lifting for you.
Included With Our Salt Delivery Service
Our water softener salt delivery technicians do more than just hand you your salt. Our team can also:
- Check the system operation and perform a free water test
- Stack your orders wherever you need them
- Inspect your system to make sure it’s working properly
- Refill your water softener or conditioning system for you
- Share tips and information on how to get the purest water in your home
Because Las Vegas water is so hard, it’s essential to keep your water softener or water conditioner in good working order. That’s why we will always check your system to ensure you are getting the highest quality water possible.
Is There a Water Softener Salt Delivery Service Near Me?
If you live in Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, Paradise, North Las Vegas, Boulder City or the surrounding areas, Rain of Las Vegas has you covered! We can deliver salt for your water softener across Southern Nevada. Call (702) 257-7873/strong> to schedule your delivery.
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High-Quality Salt for Your Water Softener or Water Conditioner
We only carry high-purity salt crystals that will minimize brine tank clean-out and optimize the water softening process. Our salt has no additives and is 100% natural to help convert hard Las Vegas water to clean, refreshing and soft H2O.
Have questions about our salt delivery service? Contact our team at (702) 213-9469 to learn more. We can tell you more about our salt, available services and share information about our custom water treatment systems.
How Our Water Softeners and Salt Work Together
Water softening systems use a process called “ion exchange” to remove the hardness in water. Water softeners contain resin beads, which are negatively charged using sodium ions. Calcium and magnesium both have a positive charge, so they are naturally attracted to the negative resin beads (much like magnets are attracted to opposite poles).
As the hard water passes through the water softener, the negatively charged resin beads “catch” the positively charged minerals. As a result, clean, soft water flows into your home or office and is ready for use. During this process, the sodium ion used to charge the resin bead is released, so the resin beads must use salt to restore their positive charge.
To do this, salt is put in the brine tank of our water softeners to help with the system’s regeneration. The tank is able to restore the resin beads’ positive charge with a highly concentrated solution of salt. This positive charge is necessary for the ion exchange process, which removes the minerals that make Las Vegas water so hard. At no time does the water in your home travel through the salt.
Las Vegas Salt Delivery – FAQs
How much salt do I need for my water softener or water conditioner?
How much salt you need for your water softener depends on the volume of water usage in your home or office. The more water is being used, the more often you’ll need to replace the salt in your brine tank. Generally, a family of four will use a 50-pound bag of salt every month. Call our team at Rain of Las Vegas for a free consultation and estimate on how much salt you need for your water softener.
How often should salt be added to a water softener brine tank?
You should try to check your water softener’s brine tank about once a month to make sure it has enough salt. What you’re looking for is about three to four inches of salt above the water level in your brine tank. If it looks less than that or the water level is above the salt, it’s time to add salt to your brine tank.
How do I add salt to my water softener?
This step in water softener maintenance is easy. Just locate the brine tank where the salt is, open the lid and refill it. You will want to make sure you add the right amount and check it periodically to see if it needs to be refilled.
Where do I buy water softener salt?
Most major hardware stores or specialty water conditioning stores will carry water softener salts. However, you still need to physically go to the store, load the heavy bags in your car, then haul the salt to your water softener. If you’re wondering where to buy water softener salt near me, Rain of Las Vegas offers convenient delivery of salt for your water softener and will bring it right to your home or office.
What happens if my water softener runs out of salt?
If your water softener runs out of salt, you’ll notice the effects of hard water coming back to your water supply. This may include white mineral buildup on your faucets and fixtures, soap scum in bathtubs and sinks, streaks left on your glassware and dishes, soap that doesn’t lather as well, and dry skin or hair. Once you refill your brine tank with salt, the resin beads will recharge and the water softening process will resume.
How do I remove salt from softened water?
Although the amount of sodium that enters the water from a water softening system is minimal and cannot be tasted, some people still want to know how to remove salt from softened water. The easiest way to do this is with a reverse osmosis filtration system. This type of water purification process will remove salts, along with other contaminants, chemicals, bacteria and viruses.
Do you offer salt delivery near me?
Rain of Las Vegas delivers water softening salt to all parts of the valley, including Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, Paradise, North Las Vegas and Boulder City. If you’re unsure, just give us a call!