Whole home water softeners — you’ve heard that people have them, but are they really worth it? Absolutely!
Water softeners make it so that you have clean, safe water with the turn of a faucet. Most importantly, they’re easy to install and take up little to no space in your home!
Whole Home Water Softeners
What Causes Hard Water?
Hard water has a high concentration of minerals, and while hard water isn’t necessarily dangerous to your health, it can leave spots on your clothes, dishes, and fixtures. It can also cause problems within your plumbing.
Even if your water is safe, it may contain high amounts of magnesium and calcium, which can affect your plumbing system’s performance. When you install a water softener, you can keep mineral buildup from occurring.
Signs You Need a Whole Home Water Softener
- Soap and Detergent Problems: Hard water makes it tougher for soap to dissolve, meaning you’ll need to use more soap to effectively clean your laundry and dishes.
- Plumbing Line Buildup: As mineral deposits start to build up in your pipes, your plumbing will have to work harder to allow water to flow from one area to another.
- Water Spots: Have you ever noticed water spots that won’t go away? Those white spots are actually mineral deposits and soap scum.
Call Mr. Rooter® Plumbing for help testing, treating and purifying your water. Our plumbers guarantee your satisfaction!