One of the most common water quality problems a homeowner encounters on a daily is hard water—not only does it destroy appliances, it also leaves unsughtly scale across bathrooms and kitchens and dries out hair and skin. Most households rely on hard water for showering, cleaning, and cooking. This is why water softeners are popular among homeowners. A water softener saves you from replacing water heaters and scaly faucet heads, and a lot of time cleaning up soapy residue. Investing in a water softener saves you time, energy, and money, and protects your home and your property.
If you’re ready to learn more about water softeners and how they can improve your life, here are some resources I’ve put together.
Water Softener Basics
If your water is hard, you might want to consider a water softener. Here’s everything you need to know about how they work and whether you need one:
If you’re the handy type, then these water softener installation and maintenance guides will surely come in handy. From installation to descaling and everything in between, I’ve got you covered: