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Archive for May, 2014

How do I choose a water softener?

Posted by Rayne Water

Water softeners  are an effective and affordable choice for people who want to eliminate the trouble caused by high mineral content but knowing which to choose is something we can help you with. Hard water is not dangerous for humans, but it can cause harm to water appliances in your home. Likewise, glassware and dishes are left with spots which can be embarrassing when you have guests over. Clothes appear duller and feel coarser. Bathroom fixtures develop unsightly film. Soaps and laundry detergents don’t lather as well. Even your skin and hair don’t feel as clean. The most costly problem? It is definitely related to your appliances; especially on washing machines and hot water heaters, causing them to wear out up to 30% faster. Your pipes and appliances will also remain clog free with less maintenance and repair. The instant benefits of soft water is noticeable to the eye. Your clothes, pipes and appliances will be better off and function better thanks to softened water. It will save you time and money – two things that we cannot waste these days. No one has time or money to throw away freely. Before you choose a water softener for your home, it is important to consider the size and demands of your household, eco-friendly solutions and whether or not your area has a ban on traditional salt-water softeners. Should this be the case, we have an option for you so you don’t have to go on living with hard water. We offer a PE tank service, or soft water service, where a certified technician will come and switch your tanks for you. A fully-regenerated tank will be delivered to you and the old tank is brought back to our centralized facility to be re-generated. More than 25 communities around California have banned some water softeners that use salt on the grounds that they are hazardous to the environment. For example, these types of softeners are illegal in Orange County; however, salt free water softeners in Orange County as well as salt-free water softener systems in Santa Clarita are legal. Don’t invest several hundred dollars in a salt softener only to find it cannot be used. Contact us today to learn how our products could change your life for the better and give you back precious time and money that you can never get back!