Some homeowners might know what a whole house water softener is. For that reason, they may believe this system isn’t right for them without knowing all of the benefits they can enjoy from this amazing system. If you want to learn more, call Hall’s Plumbing in Dixon, CA. Our helpful experts can explain exactly what to expect from this system and how it can add value to your daily life.
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The Benefits of a Water Softener
A water conditioner does exactly what it sounds like; treats your water. Hard water is water that contains mineral and sediment build-up that can affect the look, taste, and feel of your water. While different systems serve different functions, you can expect that this system will deliver some unique benefits that you may not have considered before:
- More efficient cleaning: Hard water can change the effectiveness of your cleaning products. Soft water makes it easy to suds up and clean. This means using less soap and detergent.
- No more stains: You won’t have to clean hard water stains on your faucets, shower heads, counter tops, and more!
- Increased water appliance life: You’ll get more life out of appliances that use water such as your coffee maker. This is because you won’t have to deal with damaging mineral build-ups.
- Softer hair and skin: Hard water has a damaging effect on your skin and hair. You’ll notice a marked improvement in both with the use of this system.
No more spotty dishes: Reduce the residues left behind by hard water on your surfaces.
Water Softener vs. Reverse Osmosis System
After reading the above, you may be wondering what the difference is between a water softener and a reverse osmosis (RO) unit. RO systems purify your water while the other system reduces hardness in your water. While these functions may seem similar, there are key differences in the functions they serve.
The RO process reduces the presence of salt, minerals, and other impurities in your home’s water through a process of littering the water through a semipermeable membrane. A softener uses a process called ion exchange which effectively eradicates minerals such as sodium and potassium to soften your water. If you're wondering which system is right for you, or whether you should install both, give our Dixon team a call. We can answer your questions and get you in the know so you can make an informed decision.
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Why Work With Our Team
We know that you have a lot of choices when it comes to plumbing services but we also know that you deserve the best in the industry. Our team has over 20 years of experience handling issues just like yours and we strive to make your experience as hassle-free as possible. You get the full gamut of perks from working with us including:
- Budget-friendly options
- Flat-rate, upfront prices
- Satisfaction guaranteed
- Knowledgeable technicians