When people think water, they think H2O. There;’s more to it than that. No weather where you are in the United States, water quality can vary; Utah is no different. Yeah is known for having extremely hard water. The mineral content can cause your water to be considered ‘hard water’.
The minerals in your water are what make it considered “hard.” Both Calcium and magnesium are the most common minerals and they’re found in groundwater because the groundwater dissolves rock (i.e. limestone, or metals, like iron and more). These minerals, therefore, travel with the water until comes out of your faucet.
A huge issue for homeowners and renters is that these dissolved mineral build up over time and can causes a scaly build up on dishes, pipes, and even on some heating elements of your appliances that use hot water. Over time, soap scum and clogged/corroded plumbing become expensive fixes later — and they’re the direct result of having hard water. Soap scum and clogged, corroded plumbing are usually the result of hard water.
Water softeners, like this that we feature for homes like yours, remove those hard minerals making it easier to clean your home and your laundry, while helping prolong the life of those very appliances that use water on a regular basis.
Water Softener – Removes hardness minerals like calcium and magnesium. Most of the benefits of a water softener have to do with your water and the equipment in your home that uses water. Softeners will help save you a lot of money in the long run! The water in Utah is known to be extremely hard.
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