Rust is a common element in water that is flowing through Michigan irrigation systems. One way that homeowners can ensure that this rust doesn’t cause staining to outdoor furniture, landscaping, or siding is to install a water treatment system that offers irrigation stain control. Reynolds Water Conditioning Company offers a system that is designed specifically..
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Part of owning a water softener is maintaining it. One aspect of water softener maintenance involves cleaning the tank which holds the brine. Cleaning a water softener tank should be done every five to ten years. It is time to clean the tank when your water turns hard and the basic tank maintenance doesn’t fix..
Hard water is known to contain higher than normal levels of calcium and magnesium. This causes issues with lime scale build up that interferes with household and daily functions. Issues range from clogged plumbing to soap’s ability to clean properly. For most homeowners the installation of a water softener system is vital in bringing higher..
There are a number of signs that point to a problem with hard water. Homeowners with hard drinking water will often notice a smell or taste that is off. When hard water is present in your home often times the sinks, tubs, and toilets will be stained, family members may begin to complain of dry,..
There are both advantages and disadvantages to the two types of water softeners commonly purchased: potassium chloride (salt-free) and salt water softeners. The choice if often based on the area in which you live, the quality of your homes water, and health concerns that may or may not exist. It is important to note that..
Water softeners take bathing to an all new level, especially after accepting and coming accustomed to hard water showers. If you are ready to bathe in silky smooth water, if you are excited for clear uncolored, smell free water, and if you are anxious to stop cleaning with harsh rust removers, we might just..
All you want to do on a really hot day or after a long, hard workout is to go over to your kitchen sink and fill an extremely large glass with cold tap water! However, is the water that is coming out of your tap safe to drink? While tap water in the United States..
Do you notice a build-up of scum in your shower or dishwasher? Is your home’s shower not supplying you with water that feels “right” as you rinse off the day? If you are encountering issues or experiencing a change in your water supply, it may be so to hard water or that the treatment option..
Before we discuss water softeners, it’s essential that one gains an understanding of what hard water is and how it affects you and your family. Hard water refers to water with a higher-than-usual mineral content. This is typically the case with water that is extracted from areas with large deposits of calcium and magnesium carbonates..
A salt-free water softener uses potassium chloride instead of salt, so you will not experience salty water, or the salt build up that can occur inside the tank of your water softener. There are many other positive benefits of using a potassium chloride water softener, but you will only see them if you maintain it..