Hard Water… Not all water is created equal

Here’s some information on hard water, a common water problem that exists in 85% of the households in the United States. What to look for and how to make it go away.

There are plenty of problems commonly associated with well and city water supplies. Too many to properly address in blog. Instead, we will focus on the most common water problem our customers currently face: Hard Water.

What is hard water? Water is considered hard if it contains high levels of calcium and magnesium. If you’ve ever seen drinking glasses washed in hard water, you’ve probably noticed the milky haze that won’t rinse away. Or you’ve seen the whitish scale deposits on your faucets, shower doors, or tea kettle. That’s because hard water deposits accumulate and cause scale to form on all surfaces in contact with the water. What’s worse is the damage the hard water can inflict by causing scale to build up inside pipes, faucets and appliances such as water heaters, washing machines, dishwashers, and icemakers.

The problems caused by hard water are not limited to plumbing and appliances. Hard water affects laundry with increased detergent use, faster fading of colors or yellowing of whites and shortened fabric life. Bathing and showering in hard water will dry out your skin and hair.

The waste hard water creates each year cost many hundreds of dollars in appliance and plumbing repairs, extra laundry detergent, fabric softeners, fabrics that lose their usefulness, household cleansers, soaps, shampoos and conditioners, etc…

But now, Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning can help rid of your home of hard water problems with a brand new and highly effective water softener or Easywater, no-salt, water conditioner. New technology has made today’s water softeners and conditioners much more efficient and compact than their predecessors. They require little if any maintenance and provide many years of dependable service. In fact, a water softener or Easywater, no salt, water conditioner will pay for itself many times over with all the savings it will generate. Once you live with better water you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

If you are interested in getting rid of your hard water and scaling issues forever give us a call at Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, 785-478-0188.We will can come to your home, analyze your water at no cost, and prescribe which water treatment system would be best suited for you depending on your needs, wants, and budget.

From all of us here at Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, we’ll see you next time.

-Pat
Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Topeka