The Valley’s hard water is notorious. You may have noticed a cloudy white residue on your glasses, pots, and pans.
Your bathtub, shower head, and sink might have an embarrassing white film. Your whites are not as white as they once were and your clothes fade over time.
You may have also felt the difference in how your hair and skin feel, as hard water leaves a scaly film on your scalp, clogs your pores, and leaves your hair dull and damaged. Many people find hard water causes their skin to feel dry, itchy, and irritated.
Though hard water is not dangerous, it can be embarrassing and unsightly! What you may not realize is how damaging hard water is on your appliances and the hidden expense.
Hard Water’s Hidden Expense
When hard water is heated in your hot water heater, dishwasher, and washing machine calcium builds and creates problems with your pipes. This residue leads to clogged pipes, reduced water flow, and increases the cost to heat your water.
If left untreated, these deposits eventually lead to higher electric bills and may eventually lead to the failure of expensive parts, like water pumps and heating elements. In some cases, you may have to replace your hot water heater, dishwasher, or washing machine.
Benefits of a Water Softener
Once you have a water softener installed in your home, you will enjoy the following benefits:
Minimal hard water scale and corrosion
Longer lasting appliances
Softer skin and hair
Significant savings on energy costs
Contact the Professionals at Forrest Anderson
If you’re tired of water-stained dishes, soap-scum-covered tubs, and dingy clothes, it’s probably time to add a water softener to your home. Rather than going to the hardware store, call the professionals at Forrest Anderson! We’ll provide suggestions based on your needs and then expertly install a new water softener.
Pair it with a reverse osmosis system for a complete overhaul of your water system that’s safer for you, your family, and your home!
Contact Forrest Anderson Today!