How To Fix Hard Water

What is Hard water? should I be concerned about the hardness of my water? These are some of the many questions I get from clients all the time. The best way to understand this common issue is for me to educate you on what the "hardness" is. Hardness is the amount of Calcium and Magnesium in a water source. High levels of Calcium and Magnesium makes it "hard" to form a lather or soap suds. It is typically measured in terms of ppm or Grains per Gallon.

Here are clues that your water is hard: 

Dishes have water spots.

Clothes look dingy.Soap won't lather well.

Bathtub ring.

Dry Skin.

Tangled, rough hair.

Rust-colored stains on your clothes, silverware, or porcelain fixtures.

Hard Water is also typically responsible for the white precipitate or "scale" seen on pipes, faucets, or sinks. This precipitate is the primary problem associated with hardness. This precipitation is not only cosmetically unappealing, but can also cause flow switches and solenoids to stick, drinking valves to leak and drain valves on racks to be difficult to open or close. The best solution for hard water problems is to soften your water. The best way to soften your water is by installing a water softening filtration system. 

Here are the benefits of soft water:

Soft, clean skin.

Soft silky hair.

Manageable hair.

Soap lathers easily.

Reduces/eliminates limp and lifeless hair.

Lesser quantities of soap, shampoo etc. & increases the efficiency.

What can I do to treat my hard water?

There are quite a few options actually. We can assist you in finding the right option for you, no matter what your budget or situation is! There are literally hundreds of different types of water filters that you can choose from. Contact us today and we'll help get started on the right path to cleaner, safer and more refreshing water for you and your family! 

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