SOFTENING AND PURIFICATION
What is hard water and why should you care? Hard water is notorious for destroying home plumbing, appliances, fixtures, causing stains in sinks and bathtubs, and destroying clothes forever, which is why water softening is so important. If your water has high concentrations of dissolved minerals like magnesium and calcium, they can fade clothes, make your skin itchy and dry and more. Water softening and purification is a smart way to protect your investment in your home and your clothes. Call us for a FREE WATER TEST! From there we can review your specific needs.
Water purification is the process of removing contaminants, such as bacteria, lead, suspended solids, mercury, and gases that may be entering your drinking water. Some of the benefits of water purification are lower cancer risk, improved flavor, reduced chlorine levels, lower bacteria levels, healthier foods and beverages and healthier pets and plants. Certainly, you want to insure your family is drinking water that is safe.
Call us for a FREE WATER TEST! From there we can review your specific needs. Water Samples – Free!
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