Having unconditioned water, or hard water, in your home leads to skin problems, appliance malfunctions, and the eventual degradation of your plumbing system. If you’re seeing signs of hard water (stains in your sinks, bathtub, shower, etc.), installing one of these systems will prevent further damage and annoyances. Regardless of the source of your water, coming from a well or municipal water source, a whole-house water softening system can be installed in just a few hours. Both conventional (salt) and salt-free water softeners increase the lifespan of your clothes, appliances, and plumbing… and help to alleviate dry and/or cracked skin.
Conventional Water Softeners: A conventional water softening system works through the negative charge of sodium ions attracting and removing the calcium and magnesium ions.
Salt-Free Water Softeners: For mild cases of hard water, a salt-free water softener system may be used. Instead of sodium ions, these remove hard water through electrical or magnetic currents.