Water Softeners

You can trust the experts at US Water Systems to provide you with a real water softener, you will love, not some salt-free fictional one that doesn't soften the water. With a water softener from US Water Systems, you will use up to 75% less soap, save up to 30% on water heating costs while protecting your plumbing and appliances. It will make your clothes whiter and brighter, and of course, it makes cleaning a breeze. You eliminate spots, streaks and scum on showers and fixtures as well, and one of the best parts is that you have spot-free dishes and silverware.

You know that price is important when you are shopping for a water softener, but even more important are four other factors:

  • Efficiency – Our Softeners use up to 75% less water and salt
  • Warranty - Many of our softeners have more than double the warranty of other softeners
  • Support – US Water's Legendary Technical Support after the sale is unparalleled in our industry
  • Technology ‐ Our Smartphone Technology is simple and gives you total control over your water softener

Which Water Softening System is Right For You?

Picking out the perfect water softener can be a drag. Keep yourself from being weighted down and follow our advice - Pick the system that best fits you based on price point and features. Sure you could go buy a cheap water softener for $500 and have to replace it every 1-3 years or you can invest in a system that will last you 10+ years. Take a look at the systems below and see if we have something that's a good fit for you.

Flexx Pro

Starting at $934.95

Premium quality at an affordable price. The Flexx Pro Series Water Softener sports a professional-grade, American-sourced construction, and design. The Flexx uses premium 8% cross-linked resin and is backed with our industry-leading warranty.

  • Smart Valve Technology
  • Rugged Professional Grade Construction
  • Premium 8%-Crosslinked Ion-Exchange Resin
  • Extremely low-pressure drop
  • 3/4" or 1" Stainless Steel Bypass
  • Just one internal moving part
  • 10 Year Warranty on Tanks 7 Year Warranty on Valve and Electronics


Starting at $1,204.16

The Matrixx Water Softener features the industry-leading Vortech tank technology. This technology allows for significant increases in both softening and filtering capacities when compared to standard systems. With up to 70% savings on annual salt consumption and up to 40% less pressures drop, the Vortech tank is the most efficient tank on the market to date.

  • Lifetime warranty on Tank and Resin
  • 10 years warranty on Valve and Electronics
  • Smartphone integration with customizable precision tuning
  • Vortech resin tank for optimal flow
  • Premium 10% crosslinked Ion Exchange Resin
  • Easy to read dashboard for monitoring usage
  • 1 internal moving part – less chance of malfunction
  • Up to 27 GPM with 1” port
  • Battery backup for power outages
  • Low voltage – power savings

Matrixx Smart Water Softener

Starting at $1,647.26

The next evolution of our best-selling Matrixx Water Softener - by combining the Matrixx with drop technology, we were able to create a system that goes beyond the capabilities of a typical water softener. The Matrixx Smart Water Softener is a true Whole House Water Management System. Smart device and Alexa ready - pair the hub to the softener and download the free app.

  • 10 year bumper to bumper warranty 

  • Lifetime Tank Warranty 

  • EcoSmart Backwashing to minimize water waste 

  • Remote shut off and Bypass from any smart device 

  • Salt alert - Sends alert to your phone when salt is low 

  • Matrixx Flow Detector - Send alerts to when there's a leak  

  •  Free Matrixx Leak Detector Included (99.95 value) 

  • Up to 70% savings on salt consumption 

  • Up to 40% savings on energy costs 

Smart Valve Technology

We spent years developing a family of salt-efficient water softeners that integrate seamlessly with our free smartphone app. Simply download the free Waterlogix companion app, pair the devices, and you’ll have access to a real-time dashboard and settings.

Carbon Neutral 

By buying American-made products, you help reduce your carbon footprint.

Reduced Salt & Soap Consumption

Our water softeners use up to 75% less salt per regeneration when compared to our leading competitors. Oh and soap? With properly softened water you'll need about 50% less when it comes to cleaning.

Best Warranty In The Business

On our entry-level water softening systems we offer a 10-year tank warranty with a 7-year warranty on the electrics and valve. Our Matrixx water softener comes with a lifetime warranty on the tank and a 10-year warranty on the valve and electronics.

Water Softener FAQ

The first and most important reason to use a home water softener is to remove the hardness minerals from your water. Hard water clogs the plumbing and any water-based application that relies on the plumbing. With soft water, you will no longer need to worry about rising energy bills because your appliances aren’t working as well, or expensive repair costs. You will also benefit from longer-lasting clothing, detergents that work more effectively, and a clean feeling on your skin after a shower or bath.

What Are the Differences Between a Water Softener and a Water Conditioner?

Water softener systems work by removing hardness minerals and replacing them with sodium ions. Water conditioners are devices that help prevent the hardness-forming minerals from forming scale. They use a physical media to inhibit the scale from building up by neutralizing the hardness itself. Due to the fact that water conditioners use a physical media instead of a chemical media, they are sometimes considered a greener alternative in areas where it is forbidden to use salt. Water conditioners do not effectively remove hardness from the water supply, however, as the only way to do this is with salt-based media.

Learn More About Salt-Free Water Conditioners

Does Water Softening Actually Save Money on Energy?

The US Department of Energy says that "Water heating can account for 14%-25% of the energy consumed in your home." It is the second-highest energy-consuming area of a home, next to heating and cooling. The number of minerals dissolved in water can cause it to take longer for water to heat, increasing those energy costs. A study conducted in 2009 by the Water Quality Research Foundation in conjunction with the Battelle Memorial Institute, known as The Battelle Study, conducted tests to help determine how much energy savings a whole house water softener can provide homeowners. The results of that study indicate that untreated hard water added costs to water heating up to 48% in some cases. The Battelle Study also found hard water to rapidly lead to clogged showerheads, in some cases after as little as a year and a half of regular use. After just one week of constant testing with hard water, more than three-fourths of showerhead nozzles became clogged, according to laboratory results. Showerheads using water treated by a water softening system, meanwhile, performed nearly as well as on the day they were installed.

Does a Water Softener System Actually Save Money on Soaps and Detergents?

A second part of the Battelle Study compared detergent dose, water hardness, and washing temperature to see if hardness had an impact on detergent savings. The study included tests that removed difficult soils, in addition to evaluating spotting and filming. Researchers found that softened water uses almost 30% less detergent, but cleans as well as water at 10 gpg hardness level. That detergent savings rises to nearly 70% when comparing soft water with water at a 25 gpg level. Better performance and savings can be achieved with softened water, the reports authors concluded. Water treated with a water softener system might not only save consumers money but could also be environmentally friendly, because it helps cut back on harmful detergents going into water streams. In areas where there is very hard water, consumers can often cut detergent use in dishwashers and washing machines by more than 50% after softening and get the same results.

Does Whole House Water Softener Discharge Hurt Household Septic Tanks?

Many people are hesitant to use water softening systems because they may be under the impression that the equipment regenerates quite frequently and puts a high load of sodium salts into the wastewater. This, of course, is not true; the average family of four people would require whole house water softener regeneration approximately two or three times a week. The water quality improvement industry has earnestly sought to sort out the factual information on water softener system effluent. A recent septic tank study from the Water Quality Association clearly indicates that there are no adverse effects when water softening wastewater is discharged into properly installed private septic systems. There are several additional reports that also explain further evidence of the hardness ions in a softener's regeneration waste causing less clogging and maintaining higher permeability than the regular septic tank effluent.

Learn More About Water Softeners A Septic Systems