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Which Water Softener do i need?


We have added a helpful new tool to our menu - Which Softener do i need?now selecting the right water softener for your home is far simpler!

Of course our sales team are still on the end of the phone if this doesn't answer your questions or you need any further assistance.



Why do i need a Water Softener?

Water Softeners: Saving You Money

Limescale build up

Softened water saves you time and money studies by the British Water Quality Group show that water softening can save a 4-person household an average of £200 per year.

Hard water contains dissolved lime, chalk and other minerals, this quickly causes scale to form on all surfaces which come into contact with it, from sinks and toilets to shower heads and taps. The unseen and potentially more costly examples of hard water are clogged pipes and failure of central heating elements/pumps.

British Water's Quality Group estimate that just 1.5mm of scale reduces the efficiency of your boiler by almost 10%.

In addition, you will use less detergents, soaps, and other cleaning chemicals as the water will lather using smaller quantities. Softened water will eliminate the build-up of limescale in your pipes and on heating elements found in dishwashers and washing machines, leading to fewer expensive engineer call-outs and spare parts.

Once you have had a water softener installed, you will never want to be without one!
Why not find the right water softener for your family?

The Health Benefits of Having a Water Softener

Once installed the benefits of your water softener will be immediate.

  • Your shampoo will lather up really easily when washing your hair and will leave your hair feeling and looking fabulous
  • Softened water can leave your skin feeling, smooth glowing and healthy
  • Softened water can clear up minor skin problems such as irritation and dryness

Created On  31 Jan 2013 14:25  -  Permalink

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