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    What are The Benefits of a Water Softener?

    May 1, 2015


    What are The Benefits of a Water Softener?

    What are The Benefits of a Water Softener?

    Is your water hard? Charlotte County homeowners who are on well or city water can improve the quality of their untreated residential drinking water by installing a water softener.

    According to a recent study, roughly 85 percent of homes in the United States depend on a hard water supply. Hard water is any water supply that contains excess minerals or metals, such as calcium and iron.

    Although hard water is generally safe to use, it can cause a variety of problems related to cleaning and appliance use. Water softeners remove or dilute the mineral concentrations in hard water and offer several benefits to homeowners.

    Benefits of a Water Softener

    Water treated with a water softener compared to untreated hard drinking water has many advantages:

    1. Drinking Water: Having a drinking water softener your cutlery as well as glassware, tend to be cleaner and better Hair and pores and skin feels smoother, cleaner as well as smoother with drinking water treated with a water softener.

    2. Easier Cleanup: Hard water given a water softener, significantly reduces housework through the elimination of the organization of cleaning soap scum.

    3. Hair and Skin: Hard water made smooth through a water softener restores the actual rich lathering of the soaps as well as shampoos, therefore reducing the utilization and costs of those products through 74%. Your hair and skin feels softer, cleaner and smoother with water treated by a water softener.

    4. Shiner Dishes: With a water softener your silverware and glassware, are cleaner and shinier.

    5. Softer Laundry: Fabrics are also softer without hard minerals become trapped in them. Fabrics last longer and whites stay white without the dingy gray caused by hard water. Having your water softened by a water softener will provide softer, brighter clothes and will extend their life as well!

    6. Appliance Lifespan: Soft water also preserves the life of all water using appliances such as coffee and ice makers, dishwashers, and clothing washers.

    7. Faster Water Heating: Hot water heaters can heat softened water more quickly than hard water. A water heater protected by a water softening system will also reduce the yearly energy cost of that appliance.

    Conclusion

    A water softener provides real cost savings in service, maintenance and replacement of water heaters, dishwashers, washing machines and showers and also extends their lifespan. Soft water can, in time, remove existing limescale deposits in hot water and heating systems as well as save washing time.

    Hard water leaves scaly deposits in plumbing fixtures and pipes. As these deposits build up over time, they cause clogs and corrosion that can shorten the life of your home’s plumbing system. By reducing mineral deposits, water softening systems minimize buildup and reduce the risks of clogs and corrosion, extending the life of the plumbing system and helping fixtures operate more effectively.

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