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Hard Water

What is hard water?
Water is hard when it contains certain amounts of minerals such as calcium and magnesium, commonly known as limestone, chalk or gypsum. You may not see these minerals until your water is heated or until you add a chemical compound like detergent or soap. This is when these minerals come out of the water and attack your plumbing/heating system and cause many other problems in you home.
Each of these problems can cost you substantial amounts of money.

Problems caused by hard water
  Damage to pipes and heating systems
  Dry skin, skin ailments, dull & limp hair
  Poor laundering results
  Difficulty in cleaning floors, sinks and bathtubs
  Soap curd causing streaks/spots on dishes
    and glassware
How to recognize hard water problems
  Soap doesn't lather
  Glasses are cloudy
  Rings and stains in tubs, sinks & toilets
  Discolored and rough clothing


Damage to your home and pocketbook
The greatest damage resulting from hard water is damage you don't see until it's too late. Water heaters, boilers and piping systems will gradually become lined with calcium and magnesium deposits. As the deposits build up, the water flow in pipes slows and eventually stops.
Don't let this happen to your home and your pocketbook.








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