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By some estimates, adding a water softener to your home can increase its equity anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000. Like any upgrade you make to your house, the value usually comes from the investment itself, so if you put in the money and time to get an efficient, effective softener, chances are you’ll see those benefits come back in the form of increased equity (not to mention lower utility costs and reduced wear and tear on your home).
There are many ways installing a water softener will help, not only immediately with the quality of life in your home, but with the resale process should your circumstances change and a move becomes necessary or desirable.
If you do decide to sell or move later on, having had a water softener installed will often save you many headaches when it comes to replacing fixtures, repairing pipes, installing a new water heater, or replacing other worn-out, big-ticket appliances like the dishwasher or washing machine – not things anyone wants to be spending money on while listing their house and preparing to move!
If you’re considering either choice to start enjoying the benefits of better water at home, contact your Green Country Culligan Man today to learn more about your options. 918-665-1823
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.
Are there black stains in your sinks, drains, and showers? Does your water have a metallic taste? Is your laundry difficult to get clean? Cleaning rust stains caused by too much iron in your water can be an extremely difficult, labor-intensive, never-ending chore. However, this is a problem that need never occur at all.