Reviews | Blog

Assessing the Hardness of Las Vegas’s Water Supply

Water droplets falling from a clean showerhead

Many residents in Las Vegas face uncertainty about the hardness of their home water supply, which can lead to a variety of household and personal care challenges. Understanding whether your water is hard or soft can significantly impact everything from appliance efficiency to skin health. Assessing the hardness of your water is the first step […]

Comparing Water Softeners and Conditioners: What’s Best for You?

Female hand filling a blue cup with water from the kitchen sink

Navigating the myriad of water quality devices on the market can be daunting, especially when trying to choose between a water softener and a water conditioner. What’s the difference? What exactly do all of these devices do? At Serv-All Water Conditioning, we understand the importance of maintaining the quality of your water supply. Whether you’re […]

The Role of Salt in Water Softening Systems

a young child sitting on the counter as she fills a glass of water from the kitchen sink

If you own a water softening system or know someone who does, you may have seen or heard them talking about needing to add salt to their system. It’s a common practice for some water softeners. But have you ever wondered why it’s necessary to put salt in water softener systems? At Serv-All Water Conditioning, […]

Shielding Your Skin Against Hard Water Damage

A woman's hand massaging lotion onto her legs

From the food you eat and the products you use to the quality of the air around you, countless factors affect the health of your skin. However, one factor that might not immediately come to mind is the water flowing from your taps. At Serv-All Water Conditioning, we know a thing or two about the […]

Uncovering Common Contaminants in Las Vegas Tap Water

A little boy looking at a glass of water with a magnifying glass

Here in Las Vegas, the desert landscape presents unique challenges for maintaining a safe and clean water supply. Serv-All Water Conditioning is committed to helping you understand these challenges, particularly when it comes to the common contaminants that can affect the quality of your tap water. Let’s explore what’s in our water, where it comes […]

The Safety of Drinking Las Vegas Tap Water

tap water pouring from a black chrome kitchen faucet

Known for its vibrant nightlife, iconic entertainment, and luxury casinos, Las Vegas is the West Coast’s version of the city that never sleeps. But amidst the glitz and glamor, a fundamental question arises for both residents and visitors alike: Is Las Vegas tap water safe to drink?  At Serv-All Water Conditioning, we understand the importance […]

Choosing the Right Water Softener Size for Your Home

Are you tired of dealing with the damaging effects of hard water in your home? From soap scum in your shower to spots on your dishes and laundry, hard water can be a real nuisance. But don’t worry, there’s a solution — a water softener. However, not just any water softener will do. You need […]

Is Softened Water Safe for Your Houseplants?

As a homeowner with a green thumb, you might be wondering if the softened water from your water softener is safe for watering plants. After all, house plants are not just decorative elements; they’re living organisms that require specific care to thrive. The type of water you use can significantly impact their health. So, let’s […]

The Key Differences Between Distilled and Purified Water

When it comes to the water we drink, quality is everything. But with so many different types of water available, it can be challenging to know which one is the best choice. Two common options are distilled and purified water. But what exactly are they, and how do they differ? Let’s look into the key […]

How Does a Reverse Osmosis System Work?

reverse osmosis system sitting on the counter

Are you wondering if a reverse osmosis system is right for your home or business? There are many benefits to installing a reverse osmosis system, from providing your family with safe and clean drinking water to reducing the levels of excess ions in aquariums. But before you start looking into scheduling a reverse osmosis system […]