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Water Softeners in Corona, CA
A plumbing emergency such as a burst pipe or a broken-down water heater is something you would never ignore, even if you could. Having hard water, however, is probably not something you think about on a regular basis. However, hard water is actually much more of a problem than many homeowners seem to realize, and remedying this issue can actually significantly improve your quality of life here in the Corona, CA area.
But how do you do so? Our highly trained water treatment specialists can fit your home with a great whole house water softener system to ensure that you’re able to avoid the many inconveniences that hard water can lead to. And when you hire our team, you can trust in technicians who will show up bright and shiny, and won’t show their hiney! So give us a call today.
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Is Hard Water Really So Bad?
Hard water is not unhealthy—that is, it won’t make you sick if you drink it. Therefore, you’re likely to think what many Corona, CA homeowners do: it’s just not that big of a deal. However, just because hard water isn’t detrimental to your health doesn’t mean it’s not affecting your quality of life, or your plumbing system for that matter. Consider the following effects that hard water can have, and know that a professionally installed whole house water softener system can help you avoid them.
Hard water is water with high mineral content—typically too much calcium and magnesium. As these minerals buildup, they create the following issues:
- Unsightly and corrosive lime–scale buildup on your faucets
- A slimy feeling on your skin and hair after a shower, followed by dry skin once you’ve dried off
- Quickly fading clothes from your washing machine
- Residue on your dishes after washing
- Plumbing blockages and clogs due to the buildup of minerals
How Does a Water Softener System Work?
Water softener systems work by swapping out the minerals that cause hard water for sodium ions instead. The whole house water softener is installed into your plumbing system, and includes a mineral tank that holds resin beads carrying a negative charge. This tank is essential to the functionality of the water softener system, as the unwanted minerals are oppositely charged and thus adhere to the beads.
After this, the minerals are washed off the beads by a brine solution flushed through the tank. When hard water reenters the tank, the process repeats itself. Ensure that your system is professionally installed and maintained—the salt solution must be replenished as necessary—to soften your water reliably for years to come and to improve the quality of life in your Corona, CA home.
We Provide Professional Water Softener Services
Since your water softener needs to be installed directly into your very intricate plumbing system, it’s imperative that you have the job done by a trained professional. Investing in a company with a reputation for trust, reliability, and skill is never a bad choice. You’ll be glad that you scheduled your water softener installation or replacement with The Sunny Plumber SoCal. Everything that we do is backed up with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.