A Home Water Conditioner Will Allow Your Family to Enjoy Luxuriously Softened Water

Home Water ConditionerA home water conditioner will deliver an abundant supply of softened water for your family to use and enjoy throughout your whole house. While you might be among the lucky few who don’t need a home water conditioner system because you live in an area where the water is naturally soft, hard water is prevalent throughout the United States, and it’s a problem that homeowners in many regions must face.

The term “hard” simply refers to a high concentration of calcium, magnesium, or both, which water can dissolve and absorb as it travels through rock and soil. These hardness minerals are usually tasteless and do not pose any health threats. However, the problems they can cause become readily apparent when hard water is compared to soft water.

The differences between hard water and water that has been softened by a home water conditioner are particularly noticeable when bathing and cleaning. That’s because hard water minerals react with soap to produce soap scum, that all-too-familiar, difficult-to-remove residue that coats everything the soapy water touches. This can not only clog up and shorten the lifespan of expensive water-using appliances, but can also affect the soap’s ability to clean.

For example, hardness minerals can negatively affect your laundry in a variety of ways. If you are accustomed to washing clothes in hard water, you might not notice the:

  • Gradual fading of colors and yellowing of whites
  • Shortened fabric life due to the presence of water hardness residue, which can make the material stiffer and create increased friction as it flexes
  • Increased wear and tear on the washing machine
  • Extra detergent, hot water, and wash and rinse cycles required to get the laundry really clean

Nevertheless, the waste is there, continually eating away at your budget. Fortunately, hard water can be softened with a home water conditioner, and the result will virtually eliminate these problems (as well as their financial impact).

If you’d like to learn more about how you can make your cleaning chores easier and your bathing experience more luxurious with a home water conditioner, contact your local authorized RainSoft dealer today. Since 1953, RainSoft has specialized in home water treatment, and we remain committed to providing homeowners throughout the world with state-of-the-art solutions designed to produce water of the highest quality possible.