Water Conditioners: Soften Your Water Without Salt
Water is such an important part of our lives. If you care about the water quality in your home, you may want to consider purchasing a water conditioner, especially if your home has hard water.
Like water softeners, water conditioners are used to address the common problem of hard water – water that’s rich in minerals like calcium, magnesium, and silica that can cause problems for various components of your home. While a water softener removes mineral ions and replaces them with salt through a process called ion exchange, water conditioners provide a more innovative solution. They are able to manipulate the way minerals in water behave, so the minerals remain in the water, but they won’t build up on surfaces and cause problems.
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Minerals like calcium, magnesium, and silica offer health benefits for humans and animals but can cause damage to heat-exchange surfaces, pipes, and water fixtures in our homes and businesses. With a water conditioner installed by General Heating & Air Conditioning, you can prevent hard water from causing damage while keeping healthy minerals in your water. And since water conditioners don’t require large bags of salt to work like water softeners do, they offer an environmentally friendly, economical solution to water treatment.
Different types of water conditioners use various methods to change the way minerals and biological contaminants behave in water. Contact our experts if you’d like to learn about the water conditioner options available for your home!
At General Heating & Air Conditioning, we’ve provided innovative solutions and exceptional service to homeowners and businesses for over 50 years. If you’re interested to learn more about Laundry Pro, Air Scrubber, or water conditioners, contact us today via phone or email.