If your water is naturally hard, your faucet contains high calcium and magnesium, which promote limescale buildup. This deposit hardens and clogs your pipes, plumbing fixtures, and discolors everything it touches.
Hard water also damages household appliances that use water as a heating shower and a coffee maker. You can solve this problem by using commercial water softeners in your home or business.
You can soften the water in your home by installing a water softener to your plumbing before the water enters your home's water supply. Water softening systems use sodium or potassium beads to absorb the hard ions in your water and replace them with the soft ions contained in the sodium beads.
Has your water been tested for hardness so that you can adjust your water softener properly? You can test your water yourself or have a professional test it for you. Setting the correct level of hardness is important for your water softener to work effectively.
Distilling water can also remove limescale build-up and requires heating the water to such a degree that the liquid evaporates and then condenses in a separate container. The viscous liquid becomes cleaner without other minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron. This water purification method can increase your energy bill despite the heating process.
Commercial water softeners are the most convenient and practical way to soften water at home. They are also more energy-efficient and comprehensive than other devices.