Why Do I Need A Water Softener?

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Almost all water found in the United States is hard water that contains dissolved minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, lead, and limestone. This hard water produces scale and over time scale build up cuts down on the efficiency of water using appliances (water heaters, dishwasher, and washing machines), by clogging plumbing pipes and fixtures. A water softener eliminates the effects of hard water by removing the calcium and magnesium found in the water. This softened water can help extend the useful life of water using appliances and household plumbing systems by as much as 30%. Download this brochure to learn more about the benefits of a water softener and how they work to make your home more efficient.

  • How does a water softener work?
  • 4 basic steps to softing water
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