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Water Filter and Water Softener Systems Plymouth MN Water Filtration and Water Softener Systems MN Do you have hard water in your home?  Maybe you’re not even sure.  One sign could be plumbing problems caused by mineral build up clogging your pipes.  Hard water doesn’t just wreak havoc on your pipes. It also reduces the lifespan of water-using appliances – like your water heater.  You might also notice shower heads and sink fixtures can becoming clogged and your dishes look cloudy or feel gritty....
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Water Softeners & Water Treatments MN Water – it’s part of your daily life – whether you’re drinking, cooking, cleaning, or bathing. You want to have confidence in the safety of your water supply with water softeners and water treatment systems. Even though you may not be able to control widespread pollutants and bacteria that affect water supplies, you can take steps to ensure that the water flowing from your faucets is as pure and safe as possible....
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Water Treatment and Purification System MN Water quality can no longer be taken for granted.  We drink it.  We cook with it.  We bathe or shower in it.  But do we know what is in our water?  Following a comprehensive New York Times study revealing that ten percent of Americans face dangerous drinking water, the Water Quality Association urges consumers to consider installing final contaminant barriers in their homes.  ...
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Studies Show Washing with Softened Water Can Significantly Cut Detergent Use, Energy Consumption Consumers can cut back on dish and laundry detergent use by 50 percent or more and lower washing machine temperatures from hot to cold just by using softened water, two new independent studies show. Clothes cleaned at 40 degrees lower, dishes washed with much less soap....
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Water Treatments MN | Water Filter and Filtration Systems A very large percentage of homes in the United States have hard water. It is a widespread problem and yet many are not aware of what it really is and how it can be treated. Simply stated, hard water is water with a high concentration of dissolved minerals, most commonly calcium and magnesium....
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Why Should I Buy a Home Water Treatment System? Do you have hard water in your home?  Maybe your not even sure. One sign could be plumbing troubles caused by mineral build up clogging your pipes. Hard water results from high levels of calcium and magnesium in your water supply, it is the most common water problem in the United States. Hard water is water with a high mineral content. Specifically, high concentrations of calcium and magnesium ions. Hard water doesn’t just wreak havoc on your pipes. ...
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Water Softeners – They Make Good Sense and Good Cents To explain why water softeners are beneficial and how they work, one needs to understand the differences between hard and soft water.  Hard water contains large amounts of calcium and magnesium — two minerals that cause the soapy scum on glasses and lime residue on bathroom fixtures. While suitable for drinking and gardening, hard water can cause mineral build-up in water heaters, pipes, dishwashers and showerheads, reducing its flow. Soap and shampoo’s ability to lather is reduced, and laundry...
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Water Treatment Services MN Results from the U.S. Geological Survey indicate that 85 percent of American homes are supplied with hard water. Hard water contains dissolved calcium and magnesium ions. Commonly referred to as “hardness minerals,” dissolved calcium and magnesium can cause numerous problems when present in a water supply. Whether it’s from a well or a municipal water utility, water usually contains these troublesome elements....
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Water Treatment Systems MN | Improve The Quality Of Your Drinking Water The following are various types of water quality improvement systems, which may or may not apply to your particular water problems. Discuss the options available to you with your water quality improvement professional: Carbon Filtration Distillation Ion-exchange Demineralization Ion-exchange Softening Iron or Oxidizing Filtration Neutralizing Filtration Ozone Pot Feeders or Chemical Feed Pumps Reverse Osmosis Sand Filtration Sediment Filtration Ultra-violet Sterilization ...
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Do You Need a Water Softener? Are you spending too much time scrubbing the white scaly deposits from your showers and sinks? Are your dishes and glassware covered with unsightly water spots? Do use more shampoo or laundry soap than you think you should? Today, all the talk is about conserving our natural resources, including water. And we SHOULD be talking about it.  Hard water is the primary culprit of each of the household problems listed above....

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