Hard water contains a high level of dissolved minerals and can cause significant problems to your home’s plumbing system and appliances that continuously use water. As a result, scale and lime deposits can build up and clog the pipes of appliances such as dishwashers and coffee makers. This reduces the lifespan of these appliances and makes them much more likely to require water softener repair. These deposits can also cause serious damage to the inside of your water heater, which leads to reduced efficiency and a shorter lifespan.
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In addition to the damage that hard water deposits can create within your appliances, hard water can also lead to bathtub ring and tile scum. It also makes dishes spotty, damages your cookware, and make your laundry gray and stiff.
To help reduce this problem and the wear and tear on your appliances, you should consider a new water softener installation. Water softeners substitute sodium chloride (salt) for hard minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron. This reduces the potential for build-up and clogged pipes and creates softer water that your family will enjoy during showers and baths.
If you have an existing water softener that isn’t working properly, our plumbing professionals also provide water softener repair. There are many parts in a water softener that can break, including pistons, seals, and valves. After analyzing your appliance, our technicians will most likely be able to replace the broken or damaged part, and get your water softener back up and running.