Hard water ruining your dishes, clothes, skin, or hair? Stop the problem today. Call your Knoxville water softener installation experts at (865) 583-3957. Ask about our same-day service guarantee. Click here to take advantage of additional savings on your next plumbing service.
Hard water contains high levels of calcium and magnesium. These elements can damage your plumbing and appliances, and affect your dishes, clothes, and skin and hair. It can even make taking showers uncomfortable. Want to combat the effects of hard water? Contact your Knoxville water softener installation technicians at Pipe Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. to start enjoying cleaner, fresher water.
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How do water softeners benefit your home?
Living with untreated hard water can be difficult. Once we install a water softener system for you, you will notice the benefits right away. Your water softener will work to keep the harsh minerals found in hard water from entering your water supply.
Enjoy these benefits with a new water softener in place:
Cleaner fixtures: Hard water can leave unsightly stains on your sinks, faucets, and tubs. Water softeners help prevent limescale buildup in your fixtures, extending their operating efficiency.
Smoother hair and skin: No more dreading your next shower. That slimy texture and residue left behind by hard water vanishes with a water softener in place. Now, showers will leave your skin and hair feeling smoother and softer.
Longer lasting appliances: Appliances that use water, or that are connected to your water supply, will last much longer with a water softener. The minerals in hard water can clog the water lines connected to your dishwasher, washing machine, or ice maker. By reducing the effects of these minerals, your appliances will provide you with greater efficiency.
Improved water heater efficiency: Hard water can make your water heater work harder. Mineral deposits in the tank can lead to corrosion if not flushed out regularly. After your new water softener is in place, your water heater will run more efficiently, relieving you of higher utility bills.
Is any maintenance required?
One of the advantages of modern water softeners is that they require little maintenance, however, they still require some care when it comes to refilling the brine tank.
How often you refill the tank depends on how often your water softener regenerates. The average homeowner fills the brine tank with salt every 6-10 weeks to keep the water softener operating in top condition.
Is your water softener having problems? Contact us for immediate repair. Common water softener problems include mechanical problems, clogged brine refill control, and undissolved residue blocking water from flowing in and out of the brine tank.
Do you have hard water that needs to be treated?
The most prominent sign of hard water is scale buildup on fixtures and appliances. This buildup will leave a white, yellow, or red chalky substance. It can appear on shower heads, inside dishwashers, and the sides of your bathtub.
Another sign you need to install a water softener is if soaps do not lather easily. This is because the minerals in hard water interfere with soap products. You may even have a layer of soap left behind on your skin after showering or bathing.
Dull-looking or discolored clothes after just a few washes also signal hard water.
Is it time you made a change to improve your overall home comfort?
Make your hard water problems go away with a new water softener system. Call us today at (865) 583-3957 to work with Knoxville’s first Green Plumbers.