Why You Need a Water Softener in Texas
Softening your water prevents lime-scale and calcium buildup on your water pipes and plumbing. This makes cleaning faucets and bathroom surfaces easier. There are also trace amounts of chlorine and other chemicals in Texas drinking water that can be removed by water softener.
Shortly after our team completes a water softener installation in your Hill Country home, you’ll begin to see a number of beneficial changes, including:
- Water spots will no longer form on plates, glassware, or silverware
- Clothes will appear brighter after washing and feel softer to the touch
- Hair and skin will be film-free and feel softer after a bath or shower
- Limescale will no longer form in plumbing or damage water-dependent appliances
- And more
Dealing with Hard Water in Texas
Hard water is a common household problem in Texas. It makes most of our dish and laundry soap less effective, leading to residue on perfectly clean dishes that just came out of the dishwasher, or clumped up ‘oil spots’ on clean clothes even before they make it into the dryer. In addition, limescale buildup over time can cause appliances like your dishwasher, water heater, and washing machine to malfunction.
While most hard water isn’t dangerous, it can be annoying in a big way. Don’t get stuck washing dishes over and over or finding your hair lackluster and oily even though you just showered — call American Plumbing Service for help Today!