What is Hard Water?

Hard water has a higher mineral content, such as calcium and magnesium. In Arizona, other minerals like chalk and lime also seep into the water supply, making water even harder. The impact is more corrosive water that leaves behind hard-to-clean scale buildup. This buildup can impact your pipes, dishwasher and water heater.

Why Consider a Water Softener?

A whole home water softening system will help increase the lifespan of your plumbing and water-using appliances. But those benefits are only the beginning.

  • Water Will Taste Better
  • Skin Will Feel Softer and Less Dry
  • Dishes Will Come Out Cleaner
  • Showerheads Will Flow Properly

How Do Water Softeners Work?

High-quality water softening devices are built to perform what’s known in the industry as an ion exchange. Through this process, calcium and magnesium are removed from the water supply by small resin beads inside the softener exchange tank. The water-hardening minerals are attracted to the negatively charged resin beads and trapped inside the tank. The clean, “soft” water is then distributed throughout your home.

Water softener tank

Why Choose Pipetech to Install Your Water Softener?

If you want to get the most out of your water softener, it needs to a high quality unit that is installed correctly. That’s why you should trust the professionals at Pipetech to provide, install and test your water softening system.

Our experienced Pipe-Techs are well qualified to handle any type of water or plumbing issue. If you want to learn more about what is involved with installing a water softener, get in touch with Pipetech to schedule a consultation.

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