Comparison between hard water and soft water

Soft Water vs. Hard Water:

Why You Should Use a Water Softener or Portable Exchange Tank Water Softening System

The Effects of Hard Water

No doubt about it, hard water is a huge problem in California. The cost impacts of hard water are measurable and significant, to name a few:

  • Household use greater quantities of soaps and detergents as hard water dramatically reduces the suds and effectiveness of soaps and detergents
  • Glasses etch and get dull
  • Silverware and plates become spotted
  • Laundry gets dull, damaged and worn
  • Skin is itchy and hair is dull and brittle
  • Plumbing gets clogged with scale and mineral deposits
  • Water-using appliances such as washers, water heaters, and dishwashers wear out and deteriorate much quicker

The Benefits of Soft Water

Our home water softening systems pay for themselves in savings and they will save you money from the very moment you begin to use them. Here are just a few benefits of softened water:

  • Save up to 80% on soaps and detergents
  • Dishes & glassware sparkle
  • Less time spent cleaning and polishing water spots
  • Cleaner and brighter laundry & less wear on clothes
  • Skin is softer and smoother
  • Shiny & more manageable hair
  • Protects plumbing & fixtures
  • Your water heater lasts longer and uses up to 30% less energy
  • Cleaner, clearer water from every faucet in your home
  • Provides scale and corrosion reduction for fixtures and water-using appliances