New Mexico, as it is, is a desert state, most of the state waters are groundwater, and the water is predominantly hard.
Santa Fe, NM, has a water hardness level of 150 PPM. It may not be as high as other parts of the state, but they are still high as it is.
Hard water has a lot of damage, from skin irritation and drying to watermarks left on dishes and faucets and grimy buildups left in pipes and bathtubs. And, when combined with heat from appliances and fixtures, the damage is even worse.
If you’re using hard water, these problems are familiar, so are you looking for a way out? A water softener is an excellent solution to your hard water problem.
What is a water softener?
Water softeners work by removing mineral ions from the water using a special resin in the process known as ion exchange leaving the water free of the magnesium and calcium ions that make up hard water, hence cleaner and better-tasting water.
So, if you’re thinking of investing in water softeners, here are some of the benefits:
- You get to enjoy softer washing for your laundry and saying bye to mineral build ups that form after a wash.
- You also get healthier skin and hair because there is no more irritation.
- Fresh, filtered, and better-tasting drinking water
- It is gentle on your pipes and appliances.
- It’s also cost-effective; you will be spending less money on soaps, plus, you get to reduce minerals in your hot water tank, which means your heater doesn’t need to work extra hard to heat the water.
Ready for cleaner and healthier water?
Hire Our Water Treatment Services
We specialize in:
- Water softeners
- Sediment filters
- Reverse osmosis
- Back washable carbon filters
- Water treatment for city and well water
Give us a call if you need any of these water treatment services.