Best Whole House Water Softener

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If you live in a hard water area, you’ll know, because around taps, showers, toilets, baths, kettles, you will see a white, hard, chalky substance. That’s limescale and that’s the tell tale sign that you’ve got hard water.

It’s an unsightly stain and is also difficult to remove. You have to buy special limescale removers to get rid of it. Which is both a cost and time consuming and it only goes away for a short time then comes back again. So you have to go through the motions of getting rid of it all over again.

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But there’s a hidden cost because the limescale you see is only a small part of the problem. There’s a lot of limescale you don’t see building up like rock inside your water system and your appliances. And it worse when the water’s hot as more landscape is dropped from the water and bit by bit, year by year, the deposit gets thicker and thicker.

You ultimately pay dearly for this. Washing machines and dishwashers need replacing every five years or so and these are not cheap. Over time, you’ll notice that you hot water is not as hot as it used to be, maybe it’s on the hotter part of warm. This takes many years but it’s inevitable if you live in a hard water area. The limescale will build up around heating elements and the elements get furred up by a thicker and thicker layer of limescale which acts as an insulator. Reducing the amount of heat energy heating the water.

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But there is a solution. Make your hard water into soft water. Sounds simple enough and amazing – it is!

You just need to fit a soft water system to the water coming into your property and that’s it.. These devices are quite small and have no moving parts and are very easy to maintain. And more importantly they don’t cost a fortune, like the ones here Best Whole House Water Softener

And once installed they’ll save you money straight away over the medium term and you’ll feel more cosy over the longer term.

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