Water Softners

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  • Ion-Exchange vs. Salt-Free Water Softeners

    According to the United States Geological Survey, roughly 85 percent of American homes have issues with hard water. Simply put, hard water is water that is rich in minerals such as magnesium carbonate, calcium, and manganese. Over time, hard water can leave scale deposits in water-using appliances and water heaters, clog plumbing, and make tasks such as washing dishes, clothing, hair, and skin …

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  • Difference Between Hard Water and Soft Water

    When you turn on the tap in your Columbia home, you see water coming out, and probably think nothing of it. But did you know that the actual type of water coming out of the tap will vary from place to place? There are actually two water types – hard water and soft water. What determines if your water is hard or soft? It all depends on the mineral content of your water. Hard Water Hire a plumbing …

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  • Stains on Tile and How to Remove Them

    Why Are There Water Stains on my Tub and Tile? How Can I Remove These Stains? There are no doubts about the fact that a homeowner’s property is considered as being one of the most valuable assets an individual, partnership or family can have ownership of. Therefore, it will always be in their greatest interests to make the appropriate adjustments necessary to retain the value of their building’s …

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  • 7 Facts About Water Softeners

    Plumbing Solutions, LLC, your top choice for a Columbia plumber, would like to offer an informative list of facts about water softeners … 1. Ion Exchange Procedure – The initial step in the water softening process is known as the ion exchange procedure, which eliminates water hardness using salt or potassium ions. Anytime hard water moves through resin beads, the hard ions are consumed and …

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