Water Softeners in Adkins
Are You Ready For Better Water Quality?
In addition to cosmetic issues, hard water can also cause damage to your plumbing. Much like shower heads, hard water can and will cause a buildup of scale in your pipes causing slowed water pressure. By reducing the harshness of your water, you can prolong the length of use of your pipes. Additionally, you can expect increased water flow and pressure due to the removal of minerals in pipes.
If hard water can cause issues for your pipes, think about the wear and tear on your appliances. In-home appliances such as hot water heaters and washers are among some of the major appliances that fall victim to hard water-related issues. Scale and lime build-up often occur when using hard water through these appliances. Minerals from hard water begin to stick to washing machines, almost guaranteeing the need for costly repairs.
Switching to soft water can help reduce the risk of needing repairs or shelling out hundreds of dollars on fixing pipes and/or appliances. On a smaller scale, hard water can also cause damage to small appliances such as coffee makers and humidifiers. Mineral build-up can affect the effectiveness of these types of household items and those similar to them.
It’s Time To Make
Now that you know all the facts, it’s pretty clear hard water negatively impacts everything it touches. On the other hand, soft water has been proven to have more positive impacts. From improvements in your house to enhancements to your skin and hair, soft water is the clear winner when it comes to the debate between hard and soft water. Are you ready to make the switch? Call Clear Choice today for more information on how to schedule your water softening appointment!