Hard water occurs when you have high mineral content in your water at home. It’s formed when water percolates through limestone and chalk deposits, which contain calcium and magnesium carbonates. While hard water is not a health hazard, it can affect your plumbing and appliances with buildup of limescale, can make clothing appear dingy and feel less soft, and make your hair look dull and feel sticky.
What Can Be Done About Hard Water?
If your home has hard water, your water-using appliances may become less efficient and end up costing you more. In order to combat hard water effects on you and your home, you can purchase a home water softener. Having it in your home will help with prolonging the life of your appliances, reduce the amount of contaminants in your water, and minimize scale build up in your appliances and pipes. They’re easy to install in your home, offer strong warranties, and are certified to meet the industry’s most exacting standards.
At AireOne Heating & Cooling, we have a wide range of water softeners to best suit your needs.
Some of the important features of a water softener include:
So, give us a call or send us an email for more information on water softeners for your Kitchener home from AireOne Heating & Cooling.
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