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  • Advantages of a Water Softener

    When water inside a home is “hard” it will cause white or gray deposits when heats up. If you have a dishwasher and you have hard water , you may have noticed that pesky film on the dishes that just won’t seem to wash off. In fact, you may have been afraid to use the dishes out of fear the film is hazardous for your health. Generally, hard water is known for creating a film on dishes, white scale ...
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  • How Water Softeners Preserve Plumbing Pipes

    If you’re like a lot of homeowners, you want to do everything you can to maintain your home. From cleaning the carpets twice a year, to cleaning out the chimney, flushing sediment from your water heater, to sealing the windows and cracks, and installing energy-efficient appliances, you’re doing everything you can to take care of your home and save money. Is there anything else you can do to take ...
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  • Why You May Want a Water Softener

    Roughly 85 percent of America’s households have hard water. With a water softener , homeowners get to experience numerous benefits. It is estimated that about 85 percent of America’s homes rely on a supply of hard water. “Hard” water means that it contains excess minerals and metals, for example, calcium and iron. While hard water is not considered to be hazardous to your health, it can cause ...
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  • Why You Want a Water Softener

    Over the years, you’ve probably heard about “hard” and “soft” water. Hard water is the less favorable of the two and if it’s in your home, you may want to consider installing a water softener. What is hard water? It simply means that the water that flows into your house is rich in minerals, such as calcium, magnesium carbonate and manganese. While these minerals are natural and not usually ...
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