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Soft, Silky, And Smooth

3 June, 2013 (06:24) | Uncategorized | By: admin

Safe drinking water is necessary for survival.  We know that.  But have you ever thought about its other uses?  Take a moment to ponder this!

Much of our day involves this natural resource.  Washing our hands, taking a shower, cleaning our house, washing our clothes and dishes.  Since water is a major part of our life, we need to be educated and make informed decisions on how it’s used.

There are two types of water; hard and soft.  Hard water is just that…HARD!  It has a high mineral content that can be damaging to the objects it comes in contact with.  The scale it produces clogs your plumbing, which will often cause your showerheads, faucets, dishwashers, clothes washers, and water heaters to stop working properly.  While damage to these units is extremely frustrating and costly, let’s look at how hard water affects YOU personally.

Do you suffer from dry, itchy, irritated skin?  Dull, limp hair?  Are your clothes color-faded and looking dingy?  Do you dread the water spots that are left on your glassware and bathroom fixtures?  Hard water can be very irritating.  But don’t worry!  There’s an easy solution!

We have a full line of cost-effective water softeners that will turn your hard water soft!  So, what does this mean?  By softening your water our units remove calcium, magnesium and other minerals that are found in hard water.  This extends the lifetime of plumbing and is easier on everything that your water touches.  Including you and your family!  By softening your water, you’ll experience soft, smooth, silky skin.  Glistening hair and vibrant colored clothing.  Not to mention, your dish sets and glassware will sparkle.  And remember those hard to clean calcified water fixtures?  No more!  With softened water, your sinks, faucets, bathtubs and showerheads will shine and look freshly polished.

How does soft water make all of this possible?  Aside from taking out the harsh contaminates, soft water also produces more lather than hard water.  Therefore, less harsh soaps and detergents are used.  Watch this video as Rick demonstrates the difference between hard and soft water.  You’ll be amazed by what you see!

Need more proof that soft water is the way to go?   Check out Battelle Memorial Institute’s recent study that gives the cold, hard facts on hard water versus soft water.

Don’t let hard water get you down.  The simple, cost-effective instillation of one of our fabulous water softeners will provide you with the soft, silky, smooth life you’ve always dreamt of!