Commercial Water Softeners

Commercial water softeners damaging hard water through sodium or potassium ions that removes hard minerals like calcium and magnesium among others. The calcium and magnesium deposits can damage your home's water pipes and appliances. Hard water also makes your skin dry and your hair looks limp because of soap and mineral residue.

Getting a water softening system for your home or business can save you a lot of money in plumbing repairs and appliance breakdowns. Although these systems can provide you with multiple benefits, they are also disadvantages to using these devices. Depending on your requirements, you can decide whether or not to become more beneficial.

Here are some of the pros and cons of having water softeners installed in your home or business:

pros

Softened water can make your pipes last longer. Hard water leaves you in your faucets, pipes and shower heads. The deposits are also visible which can be quite unappealing to the eye. The cost of replacing your water pipes and fixtures can be as high as $ 2,000 to $ 3,000.

Another advantage to getting softened water is you get cleaner and softer laundry. Hard water makes it hard to detergent to do it's job, so you can use it. At the same time, hard water makes it easy to rinse off your laundry and dishes, and even on your body and hair when you bathe. You end up using water on your tableware.

Household appliances like the laundry washer, dish washer, coffeemaker and water heater will last longer if you use industrial water softeners . Mineral deposits from hard water builds up in appliances to hardscale which makes your appliances less efficient. Soft water will decrease appliance breakdown and even make them more energy-efficient.

Cons

A disadvantage to the water is health related, so you have to consider this factor. Softened water contains large amounts of sodium which is a salt-based mineral. This may be a disadvantage to people with high blood pressure and other circulatory diseases.

Softened water is also not advisable for watering plants and gardens. The salt produced by commercial water softeners cuts the water of plants and can cause your plants and lawn to literally die of thirst.

Another disadvantage to using a water softening system is the cost of buying and maintaining it. Installing one in your home can cost from $ 400 to up to $ 1,000 depending on the type of system your household needs. You will also be able to refine the system with salt regularly. Softeners can also raise your energy bills as they run on electricity.

Given the advantages of having your water softeners installed in your home, you can make an educated assessment. What some people do, is to provide a separate line of water, which is the best solution for watering plants.

Other people also get water softening systems that do not need to be turned on 24/7. The automatic function collects the water softener for your household, thus saving electricity. If you consider the cost, it might be cheaper to install water softeners than to replace pipes and appliances often.


 

 


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Getting a water softening system for your home or business can save you a lot of money in plumbing repairs and appliance breakdowns. Although these systems can give you several benefits, there are also disadvantages to using these devices. Depending on your requirements, you can decide if getting a softener will be more beneficial to you or not.

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