Our Water Softeners will provide you and your family with soft water 24/7. With many different water softeners to choose from, we cover it all. An our water technician will work with you to choose the water softener that’s right for you.
Home water softener systems are pressurized water conditioning devices. These systems force hard water through a bed of cation exchange media for the purpose of exchanging the objectionable calcium and magnesium ions for sodium or potassium ions. This process results in softened water, which is more desirable for home use. Water softeners are rated in terms of grains of capacity. This capacity measurement refers to the ability of the unit to remove the stated number of grains of hardness from a supply of water. The capacity of a water softener depends on the amount of salt used to regenerate it, plus a variety of other design factors such as regeneration flow rates. Water containing calcium and magnesium, is described as hard water. Most homes have some form
of hard water present. Water spots, white residue, soap scum and ring around the toilets common seen in your shower and sink is from the residue of hard water. When you remove the calcium and magnesium using the water softening process of negative and positive ion exchange, scaling and spotting in the kitchen, bathroom and other faucets in the house will no longer be a problem.
There are many other benefits of a water softener: A water softener will use less soap and detergent because the calcium and magnesium is no longer adversely reacting with soap Your hair will be shinier and fuller because the minerals are no longer weighing down on your hair Your skin will be softer and cleaner because soft water rinses cleaner than hard water Household cleaning will be less of a chore since there will be no more water spots and stains Your home appliances will work more efficiently and last longer because soft water reduces scale build-up in your pipes over time!
Doesn’t the county I live in test the water they supply? Yes, public water supplies are tested frequently for contaminants, and suppliers are required to provide test results to their customers annually. These tests are usually done on the water at the treatment plant. You may have concerns about the quality of municipal water reaching your home and may want to conduct further tests on their water. Testing a the water in your home is the responsibility of the property owner. If you suspect that your water supply is unsafe to drink, or you are having serious nuisance problems such as rust and hard water, call an Aqua Pure Solutions representative and let us conduct a free water analysis at your home. Aqua Pure Solutions has been helping residential, business and commercial clients all over the Southwest Florida area improve the quality of their water. Call us at 941-366-3020 and join our long list of clients who are tasting and feeling the Aqua Pure Solutions difference, Everyday!
Foul-smelling or unusual odors from your water should make you question its quality and safety. Some odors indicate the presence of contaminants which may pose a health risk. Other odors, such as those caused by hydrogen sulfide, are more of a nuisance, only affecting the taste of the water. Sulfur in your water supply is easily recognized by its offensive odor. Hydrogen sulfide gas causes the “rotten-egg” or sulfur water smell. Hydrogen sulfide in water causes no known health effects. However, high concentrations do change the taste of the water.
Sulfur water corrodes metals such as iron, steel, copper and brass. The corrosion of iron and steel from sulfur forms ferrous sulfide or “black water.” Hydrogen sulfide in water can blacken silverware and discolor copper and brass utensils. Sulfur water makes cleaning clothes extremely difficult. When using chlorine bleach in sulfur water it will reduce the cleaning power of the detergent being used. The hydrogen sulfide will also corrode exposed metal parts in washing machines, dish washers and other water using appliances. Iron and manganese, which are often present with hydrogen sulfide, turn the water black and greasy-feeling. If untreated, the water stains laundry, washing machines, sinks and kitchenware. When used in the laundry, chlorine bleach reacts with iron and manganese forming dark rusty or brownish stains on clothes.
The offensive odor of hydrogen sulfide generally makes testing unnecessary. Most people know when hydrogen sulfide is present and seek to correct the problem. However, in a few cases, the odor may be from sewage pollution. Water with only hydrogen sulfide present does not cause disease. Sewage pollution, however, contains disease-producing contaminants. When sewage pollution is a possible source of the sulfur, have your water tested for coliform bacteria. Hydrogen sulfide is more commonly found in ground water supplies than in surface water. The reason for this is hydrogen sulfide gas quickly escapes from surface water into the atmosphere.
To do this we will remove any unwanted elements that may be present in your water.
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