If you see spots on your car after you wash it, or white spots on your bathroom and kitchen fixtures, you probably have hard water. Hard water can be damaging to your health and plumbing system, so you’ll want to address it right away

Those white spots are calcium deposits. We have found that if you test the water in our homes, there’s more chlorine in it than in a swimming pool. And I’m talking about water that we drink, bathe in and use for our food. There are a lot of medical problems attributed to the water we’re drinking, so it’s a big deal.

Hard water will also tear up a water heater and its components, especially tankless. Some manufacturers’ warranties state that you must have a water purification system of some kind if you install their tankless water heater.

What can you do about it? Well, there are a couple of different things. One option is whole-house water purification. You can also install it just for your sinks and kitchen. There are different types of water softeners as well. But the only way to truly rid your home of hard water is by installing a whole-house water purification system.

We have a testing kit that we can bring out to your home to test the water. We’ll show you what it should look like, after we run it through our purification system, versus what it looks like without it. It’s pretty nasty. And if you saw it, you would be amazed.

Hard water can be one of the worst things in your home, and you don’t even know it. Give us a call at 469-336-3435and we’ll send a specialist out with the test kit. We’ll show you exactly what’s in your water and what you can do about it.

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