There are some places in the country that think they have hard water, and they probably do. But when you compare water the from just about anywhere to the extremely hard water in Texas, you find that our water is even harder than most. In just about any drinking water you test you’ll find microbial contaminants, inorganic contaminants, pesticides, herbicides, organic chemical contaminants and every radioactive contaminants that occur naturally because of local mining activities. So no matter where you live, there is always going to be something in your water that shouldn’t be there. Even when you drink bottled water there’s no guarantee that it’s 100% pure. So if that’s the case, what can you possibly do in your own home to have softer water?

An Alamo water softener is a good place to start when it comes to cleaner, softer water. Soft water is not only good for drinking, but it’s great for your pipes as well as your major appliances. If you’ve ever had to replace a pipe in your laundry room because of extremely hard water in Texas, you probably noticed that there was a lot of gunk inside the pipe. Technically, that gunk is mineral buildup that’s clogging your pipes and it’s coming from the extra hard water right here in San Antonio. You’ll also see those white crystal deposits on the outside of your faucets. Those deposits are coming from the excess minerals that are making your water hard enough to crystalize on your faucet.

Hard water can not only clog up your pipes, but it can ruin your appliances at the same time. When there’s so much chemical build-up from our extremely hard water in Texas, it clogs up the workings of your dishwasher and can really do a number on the tiny little spout where the water comes out of your refrigerator door. With an Alamo water softener in your house, those problems are solved. Isn’t it time for you to check out the water softeners we have available and choose the one that’s right for you? If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 210-274-6122 today.

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