Warning Signs That You Need a Hard Water Softener
By Deepak Mishra
Ask any homeowner about the quality of water they are drinking and they will vow it is the cleanest. Of course, they will support their argument with a very expensive water filtration unit. Well, you cannot fault such an argument, but there are many people who cannot still access clean water even when a lot of this precious commodity is around them.
Hard water is readily available, but it is not always the best to use for both household and commercial use. While hard water has no health implications you have to appreciate that it will ruin your piping system through scaling. The dissolved minerals, which include calcium, manganese and magnesium lead to scaling that eventually clogs the piping. All your water appliances including boilers and heaters will suffer too, hence the need to look at the available hard water softeners in the market, such as Magnetizer®, the leading brand.
There are different systems in the market including salt-based and salt-free water softeners, industrial magnetic treatment, and pool and spa conditioners among others.
You might feel that a hard water softener is an unnecessary expense, but you are wrong. Some warning signs that call for a hard water softener in your home include:
- If your water tastes or smells bad (sulphur)
- If you are getting strange stains on porcelain and home appliances, it is time to invest in a magnetic water softener.
- Difficult soap scum
- Poor shower water quality
- Clogging of pipes,
- Faster wearing out of laundry
- Skin irritation and damage to water appliances.
Buying Magnetizer® water softener should be a priority rather than an afterthought. Your softener helps save costs in home maintenance, provides a nice shower experience, saves the cost of replacing your appliances and much more.
Magnetizer® is a recommended water softening system which is cost-effective and doesn’t cost anything to maintain.