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5 Benefits of Owning a Water Softener

Have you ever seen white chalky buildup on your faucets, the drains, or the fixtures in your kitchen and bathroom? Chances are high that you have. The majority of people in this country have “hard water” which just means there is a lot of calcium and magnesium in the water.

Benefits of Installing a Water Softener

When you really think about it, “hard water” may not sound so bad. After all, the majority of people in the US have it, so it can’t be that bad. And calcium is something we’re supposed to have in our bodies anyway.

But if you don’t have a water softener, a whole-home plumbing system that gets rid of hard water, your water lines and other belongings may be at risk.

Here’s how this valuable system could help you.

  • Healthier Pipes: Your pipes are in better shape after you have a water softener installed. The hard water could leave behind that chalky white residue in your pipes, piling up until it restricts the flow of water, which would lead you to replace the pipes prematurely.
  • Better Fixtures and Appliances: Your faucets, water heater, and other appliances can be greatly affected by the buildup of sediment that is left behind with hard water. It can clog up appliances and even make your coffee maker stop working.
  • Cleaner Sinks and Tubs: The metal components of your tub, shower, and sink are often more difficult to clean thanks to a buildup of white or yellowish residue. A water softener can resolve this.
  • Cleaner Clothes and Dishes: Hard water makes it difficult for soap to dissolve. This means you might notice soap scum after a load of laundry or water spots all over the dishes. Soft water is better for cleaning for this purpose.
  • Better Hair: A lot of people claim softer water is better for the hair and the skin.
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