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Water Softeners Calgary

Are you facing issues with hard water? Don't wait any longer – have your new water softener installed today!

Water Softeners

Residing in the Calgary area, we are privileged to enjoy the purity of mountain-fresh air and clean drinking water. However, the very same fresh water contains elevated levels of calcium and magnesium, resulting in the prevalence of hard water. Hard water can lead to dry and itchy skin and hair, leave white scaly deposits on sinks and showers, result in lackluster laundry, and even diminish the longevity of our appliances. If you find yourself grappling with hard water problems in the Calgary area, the installation of a water softener could be the answer for your household.

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Water Softener Installation Calgary

We strongly advise consulting with a professional plumber when considering adding a Water Softener to your home. Working with our team we can ensure the water softener is sized correctly for your home - too large and the system does not regenerate the salt enough (potentially leading to mass buildups in your softener), too small and it regenerates too frequently and is too hard on the softener, potentially reducing life span - and water softener upkeep (like salt changes)

 

Our team can handle the installation of your new water softener or the replacement of your current one.

 

Want to learn more about water softeners or see if this could be a great fit for your home?
 

Contact us today to learn more about the perfect solution for your home.

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Why You Need a Water Softener

Calgary's water is classified as "hard" due to its high magnesium and calcium content, which originates from the Rockies.

While this is not detrimental to your health, it can result in several issues in your home including:

  1. Plumbing system problems due to scale buildup

  2. Impaired performance of plumbing fixtures and buildup of scale on glass showers 

  3. Reduced effectiveness of soap

Hard water can lead to the accumulation of scale, which consists of "lime" deposits that can obstruct water flow in pipes, showerheads, and faucets. Additionally, it can adversely affect water heaters, washing machines, and dishwashers, potentially increasing energy bills due to reduced efficiency.

Fortunately, a water softener can reduce scale left by your water. With a water softener you can:

  1. Prevent scale buildup

  2. Prolong the lifespan of plumbing fixture

  3. Mitigate the risk of future plumbing issues

-Bernadette G  

 "Reece Harper was prompt, resourceful and fixed my bathroom plumbing issues in a timely fashion. His company rates are reasonable and what I appreciated most of all is that he kept the bathroom clean and tidy after he completed the work."  
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