PA and NJ Water Softeners
Most people think that the water coming into their home is clean and drinkable, and usually your local municipal water treatment system is adequate to keep your water clear of contaminants. However, almost all water contains some impurities that are not damaging to your health but can cause problems with your plumbing system. Some minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and lime can be present in your water, creating what is commonly known as hard water. Hard water is usually safe to drink but the minerals can be left behind in your plumbing, potentially causing clogs in your pipes.
Resolve Rooter is experienced in solving your New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania hard water related plumbing problems. We have the skills and the water softening products to reduce the impact of hard water on your system. Our New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania water softening experts will be able to determine whether or not hard water is causing problems in your plumbing and help you find the best solution for your home. We have plumbers thought the region, including Edison NJ and Bluebell PA, so no matter where you live, we will be able to help your with your plumbing system.
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Identifying Hard Water
If you think you have hard water, there are a few signs that you should look for. Hard water will leave mineral deposits when it evaporates, creating a chalky, white film on your tubs, sinks, and fixtures (especially stainless steel). Spots on your drinking glasses or glass shower doors are another indicator of minerals in your water. The most telling sign of hard water is a lack of suds when you mix soap in your water.
While it is pretty easy to move the deposits on your tubs and fixtures yourself, the larger problem comes when the minerals build up in your pipes, drains, and water heater. This can lead to restricted water flow, degraded pipes, and problems with your water heater. If you are not sure if have hard water in your home, call today to have one of our Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey water softening specialists come out to examine your plumbing system.
Princeton, Union, Edison NJ and Eastern PA Water Softening
It is not difficult to correct your home’s hard water problem. The simplest thing you can do is have a water softener installed in your plumbing system. A water softener will filter out magnesium and calcium, replacing them with sodium. The water softener works at the incoming water source for your home, so the water is softened before it gets anywhere near your washing machine or faucet.
Water softening is completely safe and only uses sodium, which is filtered out from your drinking water. Another benefit of water softening is that you will no longer need to clean the hard water stains off your shower and faucets.
NJ and PA Water Softening Systems
While a water softening system is a good product to have in your home, you should be aware that some models are more effective than others. The degree to which they filter out calcium and magnesium can vary and you need one that will work well with your particular water supply. Some models might add too much sodium to the softened water, which can cause its own set of problems. Consult with an Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey water softening specialist to determine which model is right for you. It is a very important first step!
If you think hard water is causing problems with your plumbing in the eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey area, give Resolve Rooter a call today! We will not only install the right water softener for you, but we will also provide the maintenance to ensure that is continues to work for many years to come.