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Water softeners are becoming more popular in homes today. They turn hard water into ‘soft’ or mineral-less water, which has a variety of benefits. Virtually all property owners will find some amount of minerals in their water supply, but you can purchase a simple test kit to measure levels more precisely. While such minerals are not acutely harmful, they cause a variety of long-term problems for your property, your wallet, and even your physical health. At Bill Frusco Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling, we offer water softening in Philadelphia, Bucks County, and Montgomery County so you can get the best quality water straight from your faucets and shower heads. Contact us today to get a free estimate.
Soft water is essentially water with low mineral content. Hard water contains minerals like magnesium and calcium, whereas soft water only has small traces of minerals like sodium and potassium. Some of the best benefits of using water conditioners include:
Many people start using water conditioners for one specific reason, but they are even more motivated to continue when they discover all the other benefits.
The process of softening water is more complicated than simply hooking up an appliance to your water supply. Water softeners use salt pellets to soften water and remove the excess minerals. The salt pellets dissolve in water and bind with calcium and magnesium to create water-softening agents. When opting for soft water, you are also fortifying your entire plumbing system because soft water is easier on your pipes.
To understand the differences between specific water conditioners and water softeners, talk to a member of our team by giving us a call. Each water treatment system will function a little differently, so it’s important to choose the right system for your water softening in Philadelphia.
You can install water conditioners in any home as long as you have a water hookup. Water softeners or water conditioners will help reduce mineral build up in appliances and fixtures around your home.
Water conditioners require a monthly water softening salt. Most water softeners will pay for themselves within 4 months to 3 years of installation, depending on how much water you use in your house and the hardness of the water supply. If you care about water conservation or saving money on your water bill, these systems are a brilliant investment.
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Getting a Water Softener Installed
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Water softeners are water treatment products, and water treatment products have to meet codes set by the Department of Public Health, which means its best to have a licensed plumber install such equipment.
Water is processed through ion exchange resin beads that act like little magnets for calcium and magnesium ions in water. They grab the hardness minerals so they don’t remain dissolved in water, making it possible for soap to lather and for dirt to be lifted off dishes during washing. When water travels through water softening resin beads until their capacity has been used up, grains of salt are added to replenish them so they can continue working. During this regeneration process, water flows through the water softening device at a slow rate, which is why a professional needs to ensure proper drainage.
If water flows slowly through water softening devices, it can cause water to stagnate in water pipes, which means water may not be able to drain properly when water is used. When this happens, water may sit stagnant in low-lying areas of your home until the next time water is used—and there are all sorts of nasty stuff that likes to grow in dark, moist places with little or no air flow. Our licensed plumbers will check for proper drainage during installation so water flows freely down the drain after softening.
Rather than trying this installation process yourself, call Bill Frusco Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling for water softening services in Philadelphia! We never hire subcontractors and do all the work with our trusted team.
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