Hard water not only costs more money and takes longer to clean, but it can also cause serious damage to your appliances, plumbing system, and boiler. When using hard water, however, households all over the United States experience frequent appliance breakdowns and plumbing repairs.
Your plumbing will be damaged by hard water. It causes unsightly buildup on fixtures as well as stains in sinks and bathtubs. It has an impact on the inside of your plumbing system by triggering buildup in the pipes, which can reduce water pressure and lead to clogs. Worst of all, it can cause corrosion in your water heater, which will eventually cause the water heater to fail.
The best way to deal with hard water is to have a water softener installed in your home. If you have hard water, contact NaturalSOF Network. We will come out to your home, assess your water, and give you a free estimate for the installation of a water softener.
Get in touch with us today by calling at 855-905-2120.
As the steel pipes in your home reach the end of their lifespan, they will slowly become clogged due to a buildup of limescale from calcium and magnesium. This problem isn't limited to household steel pipes. With age, both PVC and copper pipes can become clogged with mineral deposits.
We recommend installing a whole-house water softener system to remove magnesium, calcium, and copper from your water to protect your home's water and sewage lines. The hard water buildup in your pipes will have a negative impact on your water pressure if this problem is not resolved. Furthermore, a high concentration of magnesium and calcium in your pipes can cause a moderate to severe clog in the future.
Water-conditioning products are available at NaturalSOF Network and can be used for dealing with hard water at your house. However, the most complete and common solution for treating hard water is a whole-house water softener.
Contact the NaturalSof Dealer Network today, to find a certified contractor in your area. Fill out this easy form to see the difference clean, healthy water can make.