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Benefits of a Home Water Softener

Benefits of a Home Water Softener

A water Softener for your Home has many benefits.  Drinking Water Softeners remove the hardness from the water like minerals, calcium and magnesium. It will leave beneficial minerals like sodium and chloride in the water.  Soft Skin and Hair Soft Water will help soaps lather and rinse making your skin and hair much softer. Wear and Tear on Appliances A Water Softener will also make soaps work more efficiently increase the life of your appliances. A water Softener improves the life of your linens and clothes and will help decrease color fading. It will also help keep your linens soft.  ...

May 15, 2019

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How to test my well pump flow rate.

How to test my well pump flow rate.

  Water treatment equipment, such as an iron filter or pH neutralizer, require a minimum amount of water flow from your well pump to correctly backwash. To properly size your water treatment equipment, we need to know the effective flow rate of your well pump (GPM or gallons per minute)… and this is easy to get.   >>>> Get your Flow Rate: Close off all faucets and make sure there is no running water. Place a 5 gallon bucket by a hose bib (spigot) near your well pump. Fully open the water hose bib until the well pump starts. Then...

Apr 23, 2019

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Fleck Water Softeners: Rise to Popularity & Comparison to SoftPro

Fleck Water Softeners: Rise to Popularity & Comparison to SoftPro

Fleck water softener have been around for over 50 years and have become a well-known brand that was sold for years by local water treatment companies and plumbers. In 2002 water treatment companies such as QualityWaterTreatment.com started offering the best fleck water softener and iron filters online at a discounted price while still offering the expertise of a full service water treatment dealer. In 2008, when the economy went bad a few water treatment suppliers that sell to dealers decided they start offering Fleck water softeners and other fleck products online to the public as well, under cutting their dealers. When...

Oct 23, 2018

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Why Should I "Shock Treat" AKA Chlorinate My Well?

Why Should I "Shock Treat" AKA Chlorinate My Well?

A private well should be shock treated every twelve months to help maintain the well and the pump inside of it. Well water can have contaminates such as iron, manganese and iron bacteria that can plug the intake of your pump and well as well as bacteria issues such as Coliform, Ecoli, Iron and Sulfur Bacteria that can cause issues with water quality.  If you do have any of the bacteria issues it is always good practice to shock the well every twelve months but to also properly treat the water at the home.  To learn more about shock treating...

Aug 31, 2018

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Is My Home's Water Hard or Soft?

Is My Home's Water Hard or Soft?

Whether a water supply is soft or “hard is dependent on the presence of two highly soluble minerals, calcium and magnesium. From a health standpoint, these minerals have no adverse effects and are, in fact, essential daily nutrients. It is minerals that give water the refreshing flavor many people find desirable. However, when calcium and magnesium permeate water, they buildup on contact surfaces, possibly plug pipes and damage water heaters, and decrease the effectiveness of soaps and detergents. At this point the water is said to be hard and you need a water softener.

Aug 27, 2018

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