Whole House Water Softeners
Softening water involves removing calcium, magnesium, and other metallic particles in hard water. Hard water can stain your sinks and fixtures, and can even corrode your pipes, causing them to degrade and require replacement. A water softener creates water that is more compatible with soap and helps extend the life of your plumbing system and appliances.
Water Softener Installation
Our True Plumbing water softener installation professionals will be able to advise you on the best unit of choice for your home based on needs and budget. The primary types of water softeners on the market are:
- Water Treatment/Filter – A water treatment/filter uses a steam process to purify the water. This works well, however it is a slow process cleaning only a few gallons per hour.
- Reverse Osmosis – This is a common method of water purification. Reverse osmosis cleans water by sending it through two liquids. Although it is also quite effective, reverse osmosis requires routine maintenance and regular filter changes, both of which add to the cost of upkeep.
- Whole-House Water Softener Systems – A whole-house system uses a cartridge to filter water. This cartridge is connected to pipes in the house so it cleans and purifies all water flowing into the home’s pipe system. This system requires more of an initial investment, however it is easily maintained and the long-term payoff is substantial.
Hard water staining your sinks and fixtures?
Water Softener Repair
When your water softener is not working correctly, our qualified professionals will attend to your repairs quickly; whether the salt levels, resin bed, or injector needs to be addressed, True Plumbing will assess the damage and restore your unit.
If hard water is affecting your home’s plumbing system, don’t hesitate to contact True Plumbing today to learn more about your water softener options.