Hard water in your home may not pose a health risk, but it’s the quickest way to ruin your appliances, pipes, plumbing fixtures, clothing and more. As time goes on, hard water can cause your pipework to rust, deteriorate and wreak havoc on your plumbing systems leading to eventual leaks. Beyond just your plumbing fixtures, hard water has an unpleasant taste and causes extra wear and tear on fabrics, dishes, surfaces in your home and more.
The water treatment technicians at Astar Services are here to help you with your hard water concerns. We offer a variety of hard water solutions which can fix specific issues with your water ranging from calcium, odors, iron and other metals, minerals and more.
When your water is tested and comes back as “hard” it means your have high mineral content in your water. These minerals do not pose health issues but do cause long term damage to your home if left untreated.
What are the Effects of Hard Water in Your Home?
Water softening systems take the hard water coming into your home and passes it through specially designed resins that strip away the undesirable minerals. The resin is periodically cleaned by an internal brine solution that allows it to remain efficient for many years of use. At Astar Services, we will test your water in a laboratory giving us a very precise assessment of the mineral content in your water. We’ll put together a custom designed water softening system that can consist of various components such as a whole house water softener, a carbon filter and a reverse osmosis system to give you spring-like water throughout your home.
Whether you’ve just purchased a home and want the best water possible, or if you need an existing water softener repaired, the water treatment specialists at Astar Services are here to help. Call us today or fill out the form on this page for a complimentary in-home water test and take the first step to amazing, perfect water in your home.
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