Water Softeners and Reverse Osmosis Products by Excalibur Water Systems


A constant supply of safe, pure, and healthy water for your family.

When it comes to your family and the cleanliness of bathing, washing, or drinking water, there can be no compromise.

That’s why Advantage AirTech ClimateCare carries residential water softeners and reverse osmosis products from Excalibur Water Systems.

Canadian-made, these water purification systems solve two common problems homeowners in Ajax, Pickering, Oshawa and Bowmanville face:

  • Hard water.
  • Impure drinking water.

What is hard water?

Have you ever noticed a hard, gritty build-up on your kitchen or bathtub faucet?

That’s caused by hard water, which contains excessive amounts of minerals such as:

  • Calcium.
  • Magnesium.
  • Calcite and gypsum (which contain calcium).
  • Dolomite (which contains magnesium and calcium).
  • Aluminum.

Most Ontario municipalities have hard water running through its pipes. Over time, hard water can negatively impact many aspects of day-to-day living inside your home.

The Negative Impacts of Hard Water


  • More soap needed to produce a solid lather.
  • Excessive build-up of soap scum.
  • Dry or brittle skin and hair.

  • Surface stains flooring or furniture.
  • Water marks left on dishes or cutlery.
  • Opaque appearance on glass doors & windows.
Usage and Consumption

  • Decreases water heater efficiency.
  • Causes scaling in household pipes.
  • Clogged appliances (i.e. coffee maker, kettle).

How does an Excalibur Water Softener help?

Water softeners by Excalibur Water Systems work through a six-step “ion exchange” process which:

  1. REMOVES dissolved rocks, particles, and minerals from your water.
  2. EXCHANGES unwanted dissolved rock ions for beneficial potassium or sodium ions.
  3. SOFTENS and cleans the water.
  4. REGENERATES built-in resin beads with a brine solution.
  5. DISPOSES dissolved rocks while collecting sodium or potassium ions from the brine.
  6. PREPARES your water softener for the next batch of water to soften.

As a result, your family has safe, clean, and healthy water – each time you turn on the tap.

How does tap water become impure?

As water makes its way from the ground, through municipal infrastructure, and out of your tap, it picks up impurities along the way, such as:

  • Fluoride.
  • Chlorine.
  • Lead.
  • Nitrates.
  • Pesticides.

And while cities incorporate filtration systems to ensure your water is safe for consumption or use, they are not equipped to remove all impurities.

How does reverse osmosis by Excalibur Water Systems work?

With reverse osmosis by Excalibur Water Systems, water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane.

As the water passes through, unwanted contaminants are captured (think of it as the aquatic equivalent of an air filtration system).

Once those pollutants are collected, extra filtration occurs to remove and flush them away permanently.

The Benefits of Reverse Osmosis

Better Tasting Water & Food

Reverse osmosis improves the taste of water and food (when water is used for cooking).

Also removes elements which cause poor taste or bad odours.

Saves Money

Cases of bottled water become a thing of the past.

Reverse osmosis delivers the same quality at a much better price.

Easy Maintenance

On average, reverse osmosis systems need care every six months.

Filtration replacement is quick, easy, and affordable.

Improve your family’s water today

Do you find your drinking water tastes odd?

Are you tired of scrubbing tough water stains day-after-day?

Frustrated with itchy skin after showering?

Sounds like your water isn’t as pure or clean as it should be.

Don’t wait any longer. Get in touch with us today to learn more about water softeners or reverse osmosis by Excalibur Water Systems from Advantage AirTech ClimateCare.

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