Did You Know...
you use 70% less soap and detergent to get the same cleaning
power with softened/conditioned water? How much of our monthly
budget goes to cleaning supplies? You could save 65% of your
household cleaning supplies budget.
you will not have to replace the heating elements in your hot
water heater as often with softened/conditioned water?
using softened/conditioned water could extend the life of all
water-using appliances up to 30%?
those unsightly water spots on your dishes disappear and there
is no gray film on your glassware when you are using softened/conditioned
you can save up to 50% of the time you spend cleaning because
you will not have residue build-up in your kitchen and bathrooms
when using softened/conditioned water?
your clothes could last up to 33% longer when you use softened/conditioned
water? Plus, they feel softer and look brighter and whiter.
your water is like most found in the U.S., you have hard water.
Whether you have city water or well water, minerals like calcium,
magnesium, sulfur, iron, lead and limestone cause water to be
hard. Other contaminates such as sewage, industrial waste, or
agricultural run-off may also be affecting your water supply.
hard water found in most homes causes scale. You see this as
build-up around your faucets or stains on your sinks and tubs.
You may also have to use large amounts of detergent to clean
dishes or wash your hair. If left untreated, scale will be deposited
in your plumbing and shorten the life of appliances like washing
machines, water heaters, and dishwashers. These deposits cut
down on you appliances efficiency and cost you money in maintenance
and energy bills.
softeners eliminate the effects of hard water. They “soften”
the water by removing excessive calcium and magnesium found
there, extending the useful life of water heaters, washing machines,
dishwashers, coffee makers, humidifiers, and household plumbing
systems by as much as 30%.