Cut Your Cleaning Time By Investing in a Water Softening System

In Water Tech by The LeverEdge

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Cut down on soap scum and cleaning times by getting a water softening system.

Are you tired of battling soap scum and spotty glasses? A water softening system can help save you time – and money – keeping your home clean. What is a water softener? How does a water softening system reduce soap scum? What are the benefits of a water conditioning system? Read on for these answers and more!

What Is a Water Softening System?

Also known as water softeners, water conditioners, and water conditioning systems, water softening systems change hard water to soft water by removing excess magnesium and calcium via an ion exchange process.

What Is Hard Water?

Hard water contains excessive amounts of calcium and magnesium, which causes soap scum, scaling, a ring around the tub, dry skin and hair, spotty glasses coming out of the dishwasher, and more. Almost 90% of homes in the United States have hard water.

How Do Water Softeners Reduce Soap Scum?

Soap scum is caused by the high amounts of magnesium and calcium found in hard water. Since water softeners remove the extra minerals, you experience much less soap scum. Additionally, your glasses will come out of the dishwasher spot-free, your clothes won’t wear as quickly when you wash them, and your water heater will last longer.

What Are the Benefits of a Water Softening System?

Water softening systems have many benefits, including:

  • You need less time and fewer harsh chemicals to clean your bathroom and kitchen.
  • Your water heater, dishwasher, washing machine, and showerhead should last longer.
  • The cost of heating your water may go down since your water heater can run more efficiently.
  • Your clothes will last longer without hard water beating them up every time you wash them.
  • You will likely experience healthier skin and more lustrous hair.

How Do Water Conditioning Systems Work?

Water softening systems use an ion exchange process to change excess magnesium and calcium into “soft” sodium ions instead. All you need to do once you get your new water conditioning system is to add a special salt to the system on a regular basis (usually about once a month). The water softener does the rest!

While You’re at it, Why Not Add a Drinking Water System?

A whole-home drinking water system is an excellent complement to a water softening system. Save money and skip the hassle of buying bottled water while getting great-tasting water from your kitchen sink!

Learn More Today

To learn more about water softening systems and to discuss which system might be best for your home, contact The LeverEdge today. You can call us at 813-403-5100 or click here.

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