Getting Rid of Hard Water in Your Home

Are you tired of constantly cleaning hard water stains in your sink? Does the idea of drinking tap water make you cringe? Does your shower door get caked with lime scale on a daily basis? Hard water contains more than average trace amounts of calcium, silica, magnesium and lime which, when splashed on a surface and allowed to dry, leave unsightly stains. Soap will not dissolve properly in hard water, and water pipes which convey hard water will clog more often because the residue you find in the shower is also in the pipes. Hard water slowly damages washing machines, dishwashers and air conditioners. However, there is a solution for hard water problems: water softeners.

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Pond/Lake Water Systems

Lake and Pond water filtrationIf you live near a lake, pond, creek or rainwater source, a pond/lake water system is essential for providing your home with delicious better-than-bottle water taste. A pond or lake or whole home system removes bacteria, controls algae, and removes unnecessary hard minerals. Using an entire home system provides healthy, clean water for drinking; and this same water is supplied to the appliances in your home which need clean water to work well. The treated water gives years of life to your home’s plumbing pipes, refrigerator, dish washer, and washing machine. It removes hard minerals which contribute to clogging pipes.

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