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A water filter is designed to eliminate impurities from your water, while a water softener specifically targets and removes heavy minerals. Together, water filters and water softeners enhance the overall quality of your water.

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Benefits of Installing a WATER SOFTENER

Benefits of installing a home WATER FILTRATION system


what do our customers say?

dependable and reasonably priced

We have used Omega for many years now. They are dependable and reasonably priced. They recently installed a high-efficiency tankless water heater and whole house filtering and water softening system for us. We love it! Whenever friends ask if we know someone who can help with a plumbing issue, we refer them to Omega. As their tagline says, they are the last plumber you will ever need!

fantastic job

Chris did a fantastic job installing our water softener and battery backup system for the sump pump.

I never hesitate to call

I never hesitate to call omega plumbing! I’ve used them for PVC sewer pipe repair, gas line repair, water softener installation, AND water heater installation. I’ve been happy each time. Most notably their responsiveness, and their turn around time. Most of the time they are able to come out same day or within 24 hours! Thanks!


It depends on your water quality. If you have hard water, a water softener is recommended to protect your plumbing and appliances from scale buildup. A water filter may be necessary if you’re concerned about contaminants that affect the taste, smell, or healthfulness of your water. Often, both systems work well together to provide comprehensive water treatment.
Water softeners can last up to 15-20 years with proper maintenance, while the lifespan of water filters depends on the type. For instance, under-sink or countertop filters might need replacement every 6-12 months, whereas whole-house filters have a wider range based on their design and your water usage.
Water softeners typically require regular salt refills for the brine tank, periodic cleaning of the tank, and occasional replacement of the resin beads. Water filters need their filter cartridges replaced according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, which can vary based on the type of filter and your water usage.