"Hard Water" is a term used to describe water that contains high concentrations of dissolved minerals. Usually, Calcium and Magnesium. This is the reason most homes end up with "Lime Scale" on the Faucets, Sinks, Countertops, Shower Heads, etc.
You may also notice your hair isn't quite as soft as it should be. When you wash your hands and rinse, you'll notice the soap is quickly removed and your hands are "squeaky" clean. That is because your pores have been filled with those contaminants and you are left with a residue. The silky feeling you get with a Softener is actually your body's natural essential oils. Your skin is able to breathe and stay SMOOTH.
An added bonus aside from being extremely healthy for you and your family, A Water Softener WILL save you money. 100% guaranteed! You will immediately be able to cut back on your soap usage. Hand Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner, Laundry Detergent, Fabric Softener, etc., budgets should decrease by as much as 70-80%.
The life of your appliances will increase dramatically. Hard Water is more than likely the reason you have ever had to replace a Water Heater. Your Water Heater will run more efficiently when it is clear of Calcium. Therefore, saving you money on maintenance, and your electric/gas bills.
How Does a Water conditioner help?
Water Conditioning is a process that conditions your water for higher quality bathing and consumption
In a lot cases, not all, a water conditioner helps tremendously with dry skin issues. They have been known to help reduce conditions such as Acne, Psoriasis, Eczema, and more.
Using conditioned or softened water has been shown to reduce the effects. Keeping your skin hydrated and contaminant-free will instantly remove toxins and also keep the skin from drying out as much. Chlorine is a chemical that may cause irritation and can further dry out the already over-dry skin that normally accompanies psoriasis.
The removal of Chlorine is the #1 reason our customers choose to install an SWS Water Conditioner in their home
How does reverse osmosis help?
Reverse Osmosis is a process that removes up to 99% of TDS(Total Dissolved Solids) in your water.
Yes, TDS is not all bad. There is good TDS in your water. However, in order to remove the bad, you have to remove the good minerals as well.
The EPA has not set new tap water standards in over a decade. While they have improved, there are still many allowed contaminants that are harmful to you over long periods of exposure.
A Smooth Water Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System will help remove a big part of those harmful contaminants.