Is Your Plumbing System Affected by Hard Water?
Posted on October 10th, 2014 by BlueMountain
The term “hard water” is thrown around a lot in the plumbing industry. Many homeowners are unfamiliar with the term hard water and therefore do not know how it is affecting their home’s plumbing system. Water that has a high concentration of minerals is defined as hard water. Magnesium and calcium are minerals that can build up on your pipes overtime. Unfortunately, hard water can take a toll on your plumbing system.
Homeowners tend to forget about their plumbing system, due to the old adage “out of sight, out of mind.” Below are some tell-tale signs of hard water in your plumbing system.
Your faucets have a white film or coating on them.
After you take a shower, your skin feels very dry.
No matter how careful you are, your plumbing system needs constant repairs.
Luckily, there is a solution to the problems that hard water is associated with. We offer water softeners, water conditioners, whole house filtration systems and drinking water systems. Having Blue Mountain service your home with the finest in water treatment systems is like having a (very well qualified) best friend or neighbor help you. We’ll arrive in a clean uniform, a well stocked truck and get the job done right the first time, guaranteed. When we leave, you’ll never know we were there, except you’ll have the best water you could ever imagine. Call 877-280-577 to schedule an appointment.
Web Source: http://plumbing.about.com/od/basics/a/What-Is-Hard-Water.htm