QUAD CITIES WATER SOFTENER INSTALLATION
Have you ever considered installing a water softener in your home? Softened water is a great way to add value to your home. Water softeners are suggested for installation in any home that is looking to treat hard water problems. We're here to help you better understand what a water softener does, and why you might take a new look at installing water softening equipment.
SHOULD I INSTALL A WATER SOFTENER IN MY HOME?
If you have noticed mineral deposits around your faucets and shower heads, you could benefit from a water softener.
Hard Water Treatment
Hard water is caused by mineral deposits in your water supply. A water softener helps to remove unwanted minerals from your water. Have you ever seen mineral deposits around your faucets and shower heads? Those minerals aren't coming from your pipes, they're in your water. Hard water is more than just unsightly. Washing your skin with hard water can cause your skin to be dry and flakey. Hard water doesn't allow soap to fully lather. That means, your skin isn't being cleaned as well as it should be. The same is true for anything you wash with non-soft water. Your dishes may develop mineral build up even after through washing. Your clothes can also suffer from the minerals in hard water.
A water softener is an investment in your home and high quality water. Soft water tastes better than hard water. Hard water also fails to clean properly. If you're showering with hard water, you might start to notice dry skin.
BENEFITS OF SOFT WATER
- Protects plumbing systems by reducing hard water, scale and lime buildup
- Saves energy by reducing scaling - less scaling can improve the efficiency of your hot water heater
- Save money by using less detergent - cleaning with soft water requires less detergent to be used
- Soft water reduces spotting on dishes and faucets
- Metered system will only recharge when it needs to based off of water usage
DOES INSTALLING A WATER SOFTENER CLEAN PIPES?
Water softeners help to undo the damage done by the effects of hard water. Over time, as hard water is used, it builds up mineral deposits in your water pipes. If not treated, these deposits will continue to build and can effect your water pressure. Installing a water softener halts mineral buildup and helps to prevent further damage to your pipes.
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