Do I Need A Water Softener?

September 25, 2018

Are your faucets covered in stains? Do you suffer from chronically dry skin? Does your glassware seem more prone to breaking? Do your clothes look faded?

These are all common signs of hard water. No, hard water is not an immediate health or safety concern for your home or self but can contribute to larger problems down the road. Studies have shown that hard water can potentially lead to increased risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and other severe health problems.

Luckily, there’s a solution to this problem, water softeners. Water softeners remove excess calcium and magnesium ions through exchange with potassium ions, eliminating staining and build up in your pipes, in a process called ion exchange.

Water softeners pose many benefits for your home including increasing the longevity of your plumbing, water heater, and clothes. Additionally, this will save you money in the long run, if your home has been suffering from water hardness problems.

Simply put, if you have hard water, you should have a water softener. The immediate side effects might not sound catastrophic but can certainly lead to major problems over time. Unsoftened hard water could potentially cause your water bills to skyrocket, plumbing issues, and poor water heater efficiency.

The Hague WaterMax is a patented complete water treatment system – more than just a water softener. This product includes various features for complete flexibility, on-demand regeneration, and silent control valve.

No matter what your water needs are, The WaterMax is just the solution you need. At Hague Water, we know how important is it to run your home on high-quality, safe, and clean water.

Not sold yet? Check out customers testimonials, or give us a call today. Hague Water is proud to serve you and provide your home with dependable water.

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