How To Solve Hard Water Issues

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When hard water comes into contact with your home's pipes, it can lead to a host of problems. These issues include scale buildup on the lines and in-home plumbing, rusting fixtures, clogged drains, high water bills, and difficulty cleaning. The solution is as simple as making sure you're using the right tools for the job.

Here's every tip and trick you need to solve your hard water issues fast:

Determine Whether or Not You Have Hard Water

First, determine if you have hard water by looking at your fixtures and plumbing equipment for limescale buildup or residue from calcium, magnesium, or iron in your pipes. If you are experiencing severe staining in sinks and tubs due to minerals leaking from pipes, it's time to take action and start fixing your water.  

Get Professional Advice

Make sure you know what type of hardness your water has by getting it tested. If your home is hooked up to a municipal system, call them and ask for their recommendations on treating the problem. They will likely have an expert that can give you some helpful advice. If you are using well water, check with a professional team to see what they can provide to help. 

Install a Filter

Once you've had a chance to chat with a professional, they will have a few options for you, including installing a new whole home water filter! Depending on the severity of the problem, you may need a reverse osmosis system or just a basic filtration system. 

Install a Water Softener

This is one of the most common and useful solutions to all your hard water problems. Installing a softener on your incoming water supply line that removes hardness minerals with an ion exchange process before entering the home is beneficial, so they don't accumulate in appliances like your dishwasher or sinks. Our expert water softener services can help you or learn how to solve hard water issues on your own.

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