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Water softener

Posted last June 11, 2016, 12:49 pm in Product Search report article

Water Softener

Many people around Edmonton and area have a water softener installed in their home, but many do not know what exactly it does.
When water contains a large amount of calcium and magnesium it is called hard water.  Hard water is capable of clogging pipes and not work as well with soaps and other detergents.  This is why many people turn to a water softener to remove the calcium and magnesium before the water enters their home.  A water softener will remove the ions in the water that cause it to be hard, it may also remove iron ions if they are detected.  For the best results it is recommended that the water softener unit be connected directly to the water supply.

If you are running hard water in your home; the deposits can wreck your plumbing over time. It will cause plugged pipes by having an increase of deposits in your system.  When pipes are blocked it reduces the efficiency of your systems including your hot water tank.  When your hot water tank is not working efficiently it can increase the water heating by about fifteen to twenty percent!  You can see why having hard water running through your system can cause a large hassle all around.  By installing a cost effective water softener you will be saving your household tons of money in the long run!

water softener

Water softeners will help increase the lifespan of all your systems, including your washing machine and dishwasher that are used every day.  A water softener works by removing the ions causing the ‘hardness’.  The ions are collected in a conditioning tank and flushed down a drain.  Once the water has been passed through the softener it is safe to enter your home for use.

Water softeners are engineered to last for many years.  With regular maintenance they can last 20 years or more; depending on how much water is running through and how hard the water is.

For all your commercial water softening needs please visit our commercial website