Cascadian Clear Blog

  • Compare ion bond and ion exchange water softening technologies

    Ion Bond vs. Ion Exchange Softening which is for you? Compare features and benefits of ion bond and ion exchange softener. Take the Filter Finder Quiz to find the best water treatment for you.
  • What is PolyHalt? So much more than a salt free water softener and conditioner

    PolyHalt® is much more than a salt free water softener. Learn how every water treatment system with PolyHalt® provides protection for plumbing and ...
  • How does PolyHalt Salt Free Ion Bond Water Softening Work?

    At the core of PolyHalt® is something called ion bonding. This is what allows PolyHalt® to not require salt — keeping you from creating all that salty waste water — while at the same time, still remaining a natural, earth-friendly process.

    Ion bonding is actually a pretty simple concept. Watch video to learn more.

  • DIY Tips and Tricks Part 3 'Ease Of Installation'

    DIY Tips to Save You Time and Money. Part 3 'Ease of Installation' is all about a successful installation of your Cascadian Water Treatment System. Full of tips to save you time and money.
  • DIY Tips and Tricks Part 2 'Location Considerations'

    DIY Tips to Save You Time and Money. Part 2 'Installation Considerations' is all about choosing the right location for your Cascadian Water Treatment System.
  • DIY Tips and Tricks Part 1 - 'Not Everyone Knows'

    DIY Tips to Save You Time and Money. Part 1 'Not Everyone Knows' is all about getting to know your Cascadian Water Treatment System. Learn how you get more for your money in smaller, simpler and eco-friendly salt free water treatment system.
  • Your water should be wet – not slippery

    Most people who choose a water softener do so because of the problems with hard water.

    Whether it’s causing a scale buildup in your pipes, giving you soap scum, or because, well, it’s just plain hard to work with. Whatever your reasons, most agree soft water is better.

    But some have unexpectedly found that when they’ve softened their water, it’s become slippery. In our research, as much as 97% of softener owners have said this slippery feeling was a real problem for them. And before coming to us, many just accepted this as a cost of having soft water.

    But it doesn’t have to be this way.

  • What makes Cascadian's PolyHalt so special?

    We developed PolyHalt to give you a safe, soft water solution without having to use salt. But… why no salt? Salt-based softeners often contribute t...
  • What is PolyHalt and How Does it Work

    Let's learn about PolyHalt, what it is and what it does as a true multitasker. Learn how it works as a salt free softener and water conditioner. Find out how diverse the next generation of water treatment is and what problems it solves.
  • Silica - The Other White Spot and How to Treat it

    You may have soft water but you're still seeing white spots - you could have a silica problem. It is common to confuse silica spots caused by etching and pitting with hard water spots. They are very different and your softener is not to blame. Learn about silica spotting and etching and pitting and what do do about it here.