There are a number of reasons why you should invest in water softeners. Besides being able to avoid the spotty, chalky, hard water spots on your glasses and dishes, you will also be able to ensure that naturally soft water is available on tap 24/7. Here are a few signs that your home has hard water:
Check your dishes and glassware
Hard water can have harsh effects on your dishes and glassware. One of the things that hard water does is leave scum and grime (which is basically built up calcium and magnesium) on glass instead of a clean glass after it has been washed. Over time, you will notice that your dishes and glassware have a scum residue on them.
Check your bathroom
Another area of your house where you will be able to notice the effects of hard water is in your bathroom. You will be able to find scum and grime on your shower doors and your shower curtains. If the etching from the calcium and magnesium builds on a shower door over a number of years, it can be virtually impossible to remove.
Contact us for water softener and other water treatment systems
When you invest in water softeners, you will be able to save time on cleaner due to the fact that you won’t have muck and build-up on your dishes, glassware, bath and shower. Another benefit of water softeners is being able to clean yourself properly, seeing as shampoos, soaps and detergents don’t lather well in hard water.
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