What you need to know about Water Treatment Systems
Every homeowner is always looking for new home improvement ideas. While most people will focus on aesthetics, it is important to look for an idea that goes beyond the surface. Now that many homes in the U.S suffer from a problem of hard water, why not go for a water softener system?
Most likely, you have come across these systems but you never took time to understand how they can improve the quality of life in your home. Well, now you have a chance to understand what a water treatment system is all about and how it can make life better in your home.
The Problem with Hard Water
To appreciate this, you should understand that hard water is not harmful to human beings. This is basically water rich in minerals such as magnesium, calcium among others. These minerals are not easily dissolvable and when the water flows through piping, they are deposited, eventually leading to pipe scaling and clogging. All water appliances are also affected including water heaters, cooking utensils among others.
How a Water Softener Helps
There are many water softener technologies in the market some that are salt-based while Magnetizer® is the leading non-salt water based, non- chemical softener. In all these, the idea is to get rid of the magnesium and calcium. These traditional systems are mostly plumbed into your home’s water supply, whereas the superiority of Magnetizer® lies in its snap-on method which does not require any modification to your plumbing.
The most common technology works through exchange of these minerals for something else. Other systems such as the Reverse Osmosis filtration use a membrane to remove impurities from the water. Magnetizer® does not add nor subtract anything from the water, the minerals are suspended and exit water with the flow in open systems (your home tap) or are removed physically as a slush from some closed circuits (industry). The mineral rich “magnetizered” water is very healthy for humans, pets and plants.
Whatever system you choose, make sure it is cost-effective and environmentally sound.