Water is considered hard when it contains dissolved minerals.  Calcium and magnesium are two of the most common elements on may find in their drinking water supply.

Most do no know that both well and city water users tend to have hard water! The amount of hardness varies depending upon the water source. While hard water is generally considered safe to drink, it can cause many other (expensive) issues if left untreated.

Common signs of hard water are:

  • Stiff, dingy laundry
  • White spots on dishes and glassware
  • High soap usage & need for fabric softeners
  • Dry, itchy skin and scalp
  • Unmanageable hair
  • Soap scum on bathtubs & shower stalls
  • High energy costs, possibly due to scale build-up in pipes and on appliances
  • Scale build up in sinks, tubs, faucets & appliances and pipes.

Scale will eventually clog your pipes as those mineral deposits build up along the sides of the wall.  If left untended, your pipes and even some of your appliances could eventually become too clogged to be effective in their perspective use.

Water softeners remove the hardness from water as other minerals such as iron. We offer residential water softeners and commercial water softeners to meet our customers needs. The first step to treating hard water is to have a free consultation with a water consultant.