Water Softeners And Filtration Systems
Hard water can be a hassle for homeowners. It leaves dishes and glassware spotty with residue. It makes your skin feel dry and leaves your clothes looking dingy, even after a full wash cycle. Hard water has these ill effects on your home because it’s not just water.
Hard water contains traces of minerals from the soil, lakes, rivers, and even corroded plumbing. Although these minerals aren’t necessarily hazardous to your health, hard water can lead to some inconveniences. Prolonged exposure can damage your pipes and fixtures with water scaling. Oftentimes, water scaling is directly responsible for bacterial growth in residential drinking water.
The easiest way to protect your family from the effects of hard water by installing a water softener or filtration system. Andersen Plumbing & Heating is your source for water softener and filtration installation. Our technicians will help you decide which option is best for your home. Whichever way you go, your family will quickly see the benefits of high-quality, soft water.
Water Softener Installation
Water softeners improve the quality of your water and provide clean, filtered water on demand. Salt is used to treat the hard water before it makes its way through your plumbing system. As it passes through the softener, water flows over resin beads that attract the minerals and replace them with sodium ions. The minerals are then flushed out of the softener with salt brine, and the process starts again.
Andersen Plumbing & Heating is a professional installer of water softeners. We have the experience and knowledge required to match your home with a properly sized water softener. Whether your family has never had soft water or your current unit has broken down, we can
8 Signs of Hard Water
- Strange Taste or Odor
- Soaps and Shampoos Don’t Lather
- Dry, Itchy Skin
- Scratchy, Rough Towels and Clothing
- Brown or Reddish Water Stains
- Scale Deposits and Clogged Pipes
- Calcium Buildup
- Appliances Wear Out Quickly