Is your bathroom filled with limescale and water stains?
The reason all of this exists is because your home has hard water. But we want to let you in on a little secret — your home doesn’t have to have hard water!
There’s a way to remove hard water from your home. And with less hard water, that means less cleaning.
What Hard Water Does to Your Home
When your home’s water contains high levels of minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and limestone, it is considered “hard.” While it might not affect a person’s health when consumed, it will affect a person’s home in multiple ways.
First and foremost, as hard water passes through the plumbing pipes, the minerals and lime scale can begin to build up within those pipes. Over time, this will add stress to your plumbing where it will eventually cause clogs. The same goes for any plumbing fixtures and appliances that utilize water.
On top of the possible damage it can do to your home’s plumbing system, any surface it touches will leave a hard water stain. Countertops, shower walls, bathtubs, sinks, dishes, glassware, utensils, etc. can all accumulate hard water stains — making them look dirty and unsightly.
If you want to not worry about the health of your plumbing or having to clean your bathroom and kitchen so frequently, consider installing a water softener.
Prevent Hard Water With a Water Softener
The job of a water softener is to filter water as it comes into the house. All of the minerals and sediment in the water will be removed, then it will be permitted to enter your home’s plumbing lines. It’s as simple as that!
Step 1: Have a water softener installed.
Step 2: Maintain it.
You won’t have to worry about buildup and blockages within your pipes, premature replacement of plumbing fixtures, or having more surfaces and kitchenware to clean on a daily basis.
Don’t you want to be able to use the plumbing fixtures in your bathroom and kitchen without worrying about hard water stains and limescale buildup?
For those with hard water, you don’t have to live with it. Install a water softener and enjoy all of the benefits that come with it. For more information on water conditioning, you know who to call!
(PS. It’s us!)