Water Softeners & Water Treatment
Parts of Southwest Florida have what is commonly referred to as "hard water", and people who live in these areas battle the problems that hard water creates. The most common defense against hard water, which is a nuisance but not a health hazard, is to install a home water softener. Davis Jr. Plumbing, Inc. water softening systems can turn good water into better water by reducing invisible hardness minerals found in virtually all fresh water, and can improve water quality and taste.
Water softening involves exchanging calcium and magnesium minerals present in the water - which cause the hardness - with sodium or in some cases, potassium is used. As the water softener processes liter after liter of hard water on a daily basis, the treatment capability of the softener becomes depleted and must be recharged or regenerated.
Regenerating the unit uses a large quantity of sodium-rich water - called "brine" - that must be disposed of. In homes with onsite septic systems, this brine flows into the septic tank and eventually makes its way to the system's drain field.
In today's Internet market there are hundreds of Water Treatment companies selling water softeners at discounted prices through their websites. Some companies give you the details on the water softeners and some don't. Be careful making a purchase before you know exactly what you are getting, some companies leave important options out to keep their prices down and to look more competitive. Call Davis Jr. Plumbing, Inc. to avoid the pitfall of these companies, as we only carry top brands and will always provide all the details that you need to make an informed decision.
Here is a list of options that are very important and should be considered before making a purchase.
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