There are lots of water softening options on the market to help fix a hard water problem. When you have hard water, there is an excess of minerals that harden. It can also stick to household surfaces as the water is heated in your home. By building up in your pipes, they can also cause issues with water heaters and dishwashers. These can be costly to repair, so calling a plumber to go over options is a good idea. We offer:
Water softeners reduce the overall hardness of the water, which many people like. Less soap and detergents are needed for cleaning. This lessens staining, spotting, and scaling. Less scaling means an increase in energy savings. Do you have a tough time getting soap to lather? Do you have a residue on surfaces touched by water that is difficult to remove? A water softener could be of benefit. Our plumbing contractor can help you choose the right one for your home and install it. A reverse osmosis, or RO system, takes dissolved ions out of the water. Pressure forces water through a semi-permeable membrane. This means it pushes the water through but stops unwanted materials from going through. This water softening method is called reverse osmosis because it uses mechanical pressure to make the water flow from a dilute to a concentrated solution – the reverse of natural osmosis. If this option is of interest to you, contact our plumbing contractor for a free estimate.
Another water softening device is a whole house filter. These connect to the main water line going into your house. All water dispensers in your home then release treated water. Often times these filters are connected to the main water line prior to it splitting into the hot water heater. What types of minerals and elements you want to remove from the water will decide what kind of whole house filter you want to get. Our plumbers can help you figure that out. Filtration is another water softening method. It pushes water through a porous substance to remove chemicals from your water. It may make your water smell or taste better. Whatever method you choose, our plumbing company can guide you through the process and install it for you. We are licensed, bonded, and insured and do not charge a service fee. So, if you are in the market to buy or replace your current system, or are in need of repair, call our expert plumbers today to get scheduled.
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