The Benefits of Water Softeners

 

The Benefits of Water SoftenersUntreated water that flows through appliances and faucets in your home may be full of unwanted minerals that can cause plumbing problems and endanger the health of anyone who drinks it. Water that has iron, calcium or other minerals in it is referred to as hard water and the problems that it may cause can be expensive and time consuming to fix, and not to mention unhealthy. A water softening system can be installed to remove these minerals, ensuring clean, healthy water. Check out these benefits of water softeners.

Healthier Showers - A water softening system may result in smoother hair and skin due to the removal of the unwanted minerals.

Softer, Cleaner Laundry - Fabrics will be softer when washed with softened water. This also results in brighter fabrics and whiter whites that will last longer.

Improved Appliance Health - Using treated water extends the life of all appliances that use the water, including washing machines, dishwashers and others!

Cleaner Dishes - A water softener system can remove minerals that can create a residue on dishes that are hand washed or put through the dishwasher.

Simpler Chores - Soft work will reduce the burden of housework by eliminating the formation of soap scum while cleaning floors, counters and other surfaces.

Reduced Energy Bill - Water softeners can reduce energy bills by 25 percent or more. This is especially true when heating water, as a water heater that needs to heat water with minerals in it needs to work harder than one simply heating water.

Minerals such as calcium, iron, copper and magnesium can all be present in hard water, meaning they are ending up in your hair, clothes and stomachs. To find out about installing a water softening system in Humble, Kingwood or in nearby Texas communities get in touch with GAP Plumbing. We offer professionally installed water softening systems in homes and offices. Anytime you need a plumber in Kingwood give us a call at (832) 432-1387. We're here to help!


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Written By Brian Corey

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