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A water softener is always the best solution for hard water issues around the house. Here in Southern California, we have very hard to severely hard water. A water softener, when sized correctly and maintained, will remove calcium and magnesium from the water. These two elements are what cause the hard water deposits, spotting, and reduce the efficiency and life span of all water-using appliances around the home.
The salt (or sodium) is used to periodically clean the water softening media from the calcium and magnesium that have been removed from the water. All three elements are effectively then rinsed down the drain, the salt isn’t continually added to the water or left in the tank to go into the home. There is a negligible amount of sodium that will be released as the calcium and magnesium are attracted out of the water. This amount is generally less than the amount of naturally occurring sodium that we already have in our water supply.
Our salt-free system is designed to retain the healthy ‘hard’ minerals in your water. Rather than removing and replacing hard water minerals, including Calcium and Magnesium, with sodium or potassium, our salt-free system uses a citrus-based softening formula. This softening formula works by bonding to these minerals making them incapable of sticking to pipes and surfaces.
Another benefit is that this water softener system works to reduce the pH level of the water in your home, bringing it closer to 7.0 or neutral. At this pH level, scale can’t accumulate on surfaces, in pipes, or in water-based appliances.
Our salt-free system also will remove the scale buildup that already exists in the pipes.
Call us today to find out which option is best for you and your home. We offer no-cost evaluations and estimates.