Protect Your Investment

Your home is likely one of the most expensive purchases you’ll make in your life. Don’t let corrosive, unconditioned and unfiltered water destroy the plumbing and fixtures in your home! A simple water treatment system installation could save you tens of thousands of dollars in repairs over your lifetime. Reduce your overall maintenance and repairs costs by protecting your largest asset with a Symphony Water System.

Effective Corrosion Control

Phosphate Technology bonds with Inorganic Metals in your water to form a Protective Nanolayer that prevents corrosion and hard water scale accumulation

Appliance Protection

Symphony Water uses Active Armour technology to help prevent costly water heater & water-bearing appliance replacement and repairs

No Chemical Additives

Reduces existing scale formation without using acid or dangerous chemicals

Increased Energy Efficiency

Save money & the planet by extending the life of your appliances and saving energy at the same time!

Problems Caused by Corrosive and Hard Water

What is Corrosion?

Corrosive water conditions are a common issue in untreated household water. Corrosion occurs when your water is slightly acidic, so it reacts with the metals in your house’s piping infrastructure. Corrosion that isn’t addressed eventually leads to appliance and plumbing failure.

Rusty or Dirty Water

Orange, red, or brown water is a major sign of corrosion–especially if there are rusty looking particulates suspended in your water.

Rust Staining

Red and Brown rust stains present in your water bearing appliances or fixtures may be a telltale sign of some corrosion going on in your home. Prevent these stains by preventing the corrosion and damaged caused by untreated water!

Sediments & Particulates

Gritty, dirty feeling water or water that has particulates in it can be another symptom of corrosion in your home.

Hard Water Stains & Soap Scum

Hard water stains and soap scum are very common in homes with untreated water. These are mineral deposits that tend to have a crusty, white appearance and are very difficult to clean. These mineral deposits can build up over time and wreak havoc on your plumbing, fixtures, and appliances.