A water softener is the hardest working appliance in the house. However, this is the only device that so many will try to go the cheap way.
A water softener protects your biggest investment, YOUR HOME. Protects everything that hard water touches. The hot water heater is greatly affected by hard water. It can shorten the lifespan drastically. The washing machine, dishwasher, ice maker, coffee pots, faucets, glass in the showers are all affected by hard water and not in a good way, it’s just expensive.
Your clothes, bedding fade faster, stiffen and dull much faster. All these items are expensive to maintain or replace because of hard water. Your hair and skin are dry, even hard water stings you. However, people will go to the big box store and if it has a household name, they will buy a water softener. These are the poorest quality units which can only be used for an average of 9 months or 4 years before it is disposed of and replaced.
Remember, San Antonio has some of the hardest water in the United States. There is a difference in how inexpensive water softeners work and how higher quality one’s work. Short term solution or long-term solution.
Many will remember the $650.00 purchase price but forget the $450 installation fee. Quality water softeners give you 24-hour protection against hard water. Quality Water Softeners will last up to 4-5 times longer. When sized right, it will supply soft water to all baths and fixtures at the right flow rate for your home. It will regenerate every 7-10 days max, and some will go further. Making it more efficient to sustain salt and water usage over a long period of time. Therefore, a higher quality system will save you a lot in the long run.
Protect what you own from hard water. At Simple Water Softeners, we’ll give you quality at a very affordable price. Call Lisa for more information or send us an email.
If you’re a resident of San Antonio and Hill Country Texas, there’s a good chance you’re experiencing the chalky marks on your dishware after washing, and minerals that are crusty and keep your countertops and faucets from appearing sparkling clean.
The water from the underground source is filtered through limestone and has significant amounts of dissolved minerals, typically magnesium and calcium when it is pumped out of the ground. The mineral content is commonly known as water hardness. The San Antonio area has one of the highest hardness levels in the United States. So, if you reside in this region of Texas and don’t have a water softener for your water there is probably hard water that is flowing through the pipes in your house.
The fact that your home has hard water, does it suggest you require a softener for your water? In the end, water that is hard is safe to bathe and drink in. If you’re willing to deal with the additional scrubbing required to keep your home clean, dull hair, stiff laundry it is possible to be content without the use of a water softener?
The problems caused by hard water can eventually turn expensive. Hard water may cause the formation of limescale in your pipes, which could cause corrosion, and ultimately the need for expensive repairs. Additionally, this accumulation of scaly deposits can make your water heater and other water-related appliances to use 20% more power more than if they have properly conditioned water. This can cause the premature breakdown of your appliances. Water heaters, coffee pots, faucets, ice makers, toilets Our highly trained experts will assess the hardness of your water and offer the highest quality, long-lasting systems for water filtration that can give you constant protection against the harm of hard water.
Here’s the list of things to think about water softening for water treatment
Contact us today to talk about your water and what we can do for you to have the best water possible for your family.
Water softener will remove the calcium and magnesium from the water. Make it to where you have soft water coming into the house. To remove the hardness prior to coming into the house it will have to be a salt based system.
Water conditioner. Many call this a salt free water softener but it is not a water softener. This unit adds chemicals to your water and it helps it from sticking to pipes and water heaters. But if your water is 18 grains hard it will still be 18 grains hard coming out of the shower head, into the dishwasher and laundry. If your water is less than 6 you can consider.
Whole House Filters are to remove chemicals from your water. Carbon can substantially remove a vast amount. Whole house filters are carbon based and come many different ways. Size will matter for the flow rate it is to be working on. Smaller individual filters will be used on reverse osmosis. It will take larger filters in a actual tank to do a household. There is different types of carbon for different types of disinfecting chemicals the cities use. Carbon does need to be maintained to work properly.
Media Filters. These filters are your primary filter to trap debris and other solid material. This woven filter is similar to an air filter for your furnace. A media filter, which is similar to a window screen that prevents leaves from getting into your home through the windows, is your first line defense against dirty water.
Reverse Osmosis Filters. RO filters can be used to purify water from the tap and are placed under the kitchen sink. Same process the bottle water companies use. Just shrunk up and put under the sink with additional faucet to get the water. These filters block more contaminants, such as lead and VOCs. Simple Water Softeners system has 6 stages of filtration.
Iron Breaker. Different medias remove different things. Sulphur, Nitrates or iron.
No matter what your issues are with your water, Simple Water Softeners can come up with a solution for it. For more information about our Water Filtration please call Lisa at (210) 960-2555.
If you live in an area with hard water like San Antonio, Texas, using hard water to wash your clothes, bathe, or cook can leave you with build-up of soap residue and mineral deposits on your skin, hair, and clothing. A water softener can help you prevent this buildup, which is why water softeners are so common in areas with hard water and become even more popular during the cold winter months when everything seems to be covered in a layer of ice and snow! Here’s how a water softener helps with hard water from Hill Country Water Softeners of San Antonio, Texas.
While most people think of hard water as being unsightly, it is actually more than just an annoyance. It can cause problems for your plumbing and your home in general. If you’re tired of dealing with hard water, there are solutions for it—and one of them is installing a whole-house water softener system. This system can make drinking healthier, better tasting water easy. Here’s how to get started
While a little bit of hard water isn’t necessarily harmful, San Antonio and surrounding areas the hardness is too high. Without a water softener the calcium will build up quickly in your hot water heater. It will take about 24% more energy for your hot water heater to function. It will also shorten the life of the hot water heater greatly. You will void your warranty if you own a tank less in our area if you do not have a water softener.
The city adds chlorine, chloramine or chloride to your water to kill bacteria while it is in route to your house. There is also herbicides, pesticides, and organics in your water. Water Softener will remove the hardness of the water by changing salt into sodium chloride, which removes excess minerals and chemicals from you shower water. Making soft water come into the house.
The Whole House Filter will remove the chlorine, chloramine, chloride, pesticides, herbicides and organics. About 80 contaminants from your water. This process ensures that you don’t have hard water or that you have the chemicals on your skin or in your lungs. Skin irritation for those sensitive to chemicals (e.g., eczema). A water softener and whole house will remove what is irritating your skin. Hardness that dries you out and the chemicals that are inflaming your condition. keeps you from scratching away at rashes.
One of the biggest issues caused by hard water is that it can leave behind mineral deposits in your laundry. These deposits make your whites look dingy and yellow, stiff and they will fade quicker. A water softener removes these excess minerals from your water supply, which helps your expensive clothing, linens etc. stay brighter, softer, and last longer.
With its drying effects, hard water can have an adverse effect on your skin and hair. People living in areas where there is hard water use up to twice as much shampoo and conditioner just to keep their hair looking good—not to mention regular visits to dermatologists because of skin issues related to hard water. With your new water softener, you’ll be able to finally get rid of those dull locks and dry patches on your face.
The presence of mineral deposits in your home’s water can cause white residue to appear on shower glass, faucets, dishes and hard water stains in the toilettes. The minerals build up in all appliances that use water. Hot water heaters are very affected by hard water build up. (No water softener in San Antoni and surrounding areas you should drain hot water heater every six months). The washing machine, dishwashers, steam irons, and yes those expensive coffee pots without removing the excessive hard water minerals in San Antonio you are shortening the life of all. With a water softener the calcium and magnesium are removed from your household’s tap water supply. Everything in the house is protected.
Your hard water can be damaging to your pipes. If you have any white deposits on your showerhead, faucets or drain pipes, that’s an indication of how much sediment is building up in your water supply. Prevent these deposits by installing a water softener system; you’ll enjoy cleaner, clearer and more pleasing-to-the-eye water.
For more information about our Water Softeners and Whole House Filter please call Lisa at (210) 960-2555.
Do you know that a water softener is the hardest working appliance in the house?. The water softener is the one appliance so many will try to go the economical way. But you know, a water softener protects your biggest investment, your home. It protects everything that the hard water touches. The hot water heater is very much affected by hard water so, you can shorten the life span drastically.
Also, washing machine, dishwasher, ice maker, faucets, glass on the showers all effected by the hard water and not in a good sense, just costly. Your clothing, linens all fade quicker get stiff and dull so much quicker. All of these items are expensive to maintain or replace because of the effects of hard water.
Your hair and skin are dry even itchy from the hard water. Yet people will go to the big box store and it has a familiar name on it and purchase a water softener. Must be good. Remember San Antonio has some of the hardest water in the United States. There is a difference in how low cost water softeners work and higher quality work. So many will remember the $650.00 price tag to purchase yet forget the $450 install fee.
Quality water softeners give you 24 hour protection from the hard water. Quality softeners will last up to 4 to 5 times longer. When sized properly it will give you soft water to all the bathrooms and fixtures having the proper flow rate for your house. It will regenerate every 7 to 10 days at the most with some going further. Making it more efficient to maintain for salt and water usage over a long period of time. A higher quality system will save you so much in the long run.
Protect what you own from the hard water. At Simple Water Softeners we will give you the quality at a very affordable price. Call us today at (210) 960-2555.
We all have an insurance, from Health, Auto, Home, right? so, make sure to have it for all the appliances that use water in your house and everything that the water touches in your home if you don’t have a good Water Softener. In San Antonio and surrounding areas, a home without a softener will suffer the ugly consequences. A Water Softener is one of the most important appliances you will own, it is like an insurance policy for everything dealing with water in your house.
A good water softener protects the plumbing in your house and keeps the pipes from becoming full of limestone. The first appliance the water softener protects is the hot water heater. An average cost for a hot water heater is $1,800 not to mention you may end up with a cold shower. Have no water softener with the water as hard as it is in San Antonio you will need to drain your hot water heater at least twice a year. If you have a tankless make sure you read your warranty since most companies void your warranty if the water is more than 10.5 grains hard if there is no softener. Your hot water heater uses approximately 25% more electricity when there is no softener.
The expensive appliances that we all buy today like the upgraded washing machines, refrigerators, dishwashers, coffee machines and steam machines all have a longer life with a water softener and work more efficiently. Even the bathrooms with the expensive faucets, shower doors, upgraded vanities keep their spa quality looks. Clothes, linens, and towels are also expensive and you want to keep them looking newer brighter and softer for a longer time period.
Hair, skin and laundry are so much better with a water softener, your kids will have bubbles and more bubbles and there is significant savings in soaps and cleaning products. Many people buys a low-grade water softener or something that works intermittently. More over people think because the unit is using salt it is working and is Not always true. Buy a water softener that has quality parts and you will be problem free for many years, also look for water Softeners with quality parts can be repaired. Quality water softeners set up correctly and sized properly will be much more cost efficient over the years.
With the right water softener you are protecting more than you could think, so give us a call and let us help to protect and preserve what you have worked so hard for. At Simple Water Softeners we feel everyone in San Antonio and surrounding areas should have a quality softener with the substantial savings. We offer our customers the most affordable water softener in San Antonio. Give us a call today at (210) 960-2555.
You read about both and it sounds like why am I carrying those bags of salt?
Be careful do your research completely and do not stop at what you want to hear, first let’s explain how they work.
A softener that uses salt has an ion exchange process, this means as the water passes through the resin one calcium ion is exchanged for one sodium. The calcium sticks to the resin bead and does not enter your plumbing coming into your house. When the resin beads are coated in calcium and can no longer hold any more calcium the unit goes into regeneration. This is when the unit pulls the brine water into the water softener, the brine water makes it to where the calcium lets go of the resin bead and is washed down the drain beside the softener to where only soft water has come into your house.
Usually a water softener will bring 20 grains per gallon the average in San Antonio down to a 1 or less per grain entering your house. Only soft water water enters into your house. During regeneration the resin beads are cleaned and should be able to go about a week before this process happens again usually in the middle of the night around 2 A.M.
A salt less system first is not a water softener, it is a water conditioner and it conditions the water, so the calcium and magnesium will not stick to your pipes it will help protect the plumbing in your house, the plumbing referring to your pipes. So, you must understand the calcium is coming into your house and the water coming into your house is not soft, it is hard water.
The calcium is in the water droplets and when they dry the white calcium is on the shower doors, the dishes in dishwasher, your hair and your laundry. You have 20 grains per gallon hard coming into your house so, you will have 20 grains hard coming out of that shower head, into the dishwasher, washing machine, all the faucets. The reviews on these units are so good if you lived where the water is only 6 to 8 grains hard you might be able to write a descent review for it, but we live in San Antonio where we have some of the hardest water in the United States. Many areas of San Antonio are above 20 grains per gallon hard.
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The first appliance the water softener protects is the hot water heater, an average cost for a hot water heater is $1,800 not to mention you may end up with a cold shower. Have no water softener with the water as hard as it is in San Antonio you will need to drain your hot water heater twice a year. If you have a tankless please read your warranty since most companies void your warranty if the water is more than 10.5 grains hard if there is no water softener. Your hot water heater uses approximately 25% more electricity when there is no water softener.
Now think about the expensive appliances we all buy today like the upgraded washing machines, refrigerators, dishwashers, coffee machines and steam machines all have a longer life with a water softener and make in them work more efficiently. Also, the Spa like bathrooms with the expensive faucets, shower doors, upgraded vanities keep their spa quality looks.
Finally, clothes, linens, and towels are also expensive so you can keep them looking newer brighter and softer for a longer time period having a water softener.
With a water softener protecting so much we recommend you to buy a quality water softener from Simple Water Softeners. Give me a call at (210) 960-2555 and we can show you how to protect and preserve what you have worked so hard for.