29 May

Hard Water in Beaumont TX Brings So Much Problems

hard water BeamountHard water is one major problem in America. Water is considered hard when calcium and magnesium are of above average concentration. The tap water collects these particles as it filters through layers upon layers of mineral deposits like chalk and limestone underground.

However, consider that not everything about hard water is bad. Others prefer its taste over soft water and drinking this is like taking vitamin supplement because it is reach in magnesium and calcium. Hard water also have low sodium content making it healthier to consume.

So what makes hard water bad?

Mineral-rich water leaves scale behind as it dries causing all sort of problems. You will immediately notice the white film on the surface after washing your dishes. This is generally harmless but it is unsightly.

If you have hard water in your area, minerals can cause your washed clothes to feel scratchy or stiff and could look dingy. This could happen in the shower too, it would normally feel itchy and unclean.

The good news is that these effects can be counteracted through the installation of water softening system in your Beaumont home. This process involves adding sodium to the water supply gaining more frowns than approval from homeowners as it can cause negative health effects and affects the taste of the water. A lot of homeowners prefers to not include the kitchen plumbing from the water softening system.

The worst thing hard water can do

Things will go quite crazy now. Remember the film left by hard water in your surface? It can accumulate inside your piping system, appliances involving water, and fixtures. Inside your water heater, this film creates an insulation making the heating element work even harder in order to maintain the same temperature.

This build up can create clogs on appliances with valves and small nozzles such as washing machines, dishwashers, and the likes.

In the event that these appliances do not have the protection of a water softener, frequent service is needed to thoroughly stop this.

In your fixtures and pipes, the hard water build up reduces water flow and causes excess pressure contributing to breaks and leaks. And while it is true that the minerals found in hard water make it safe for drinking, the film caused by it creates a bacteria breeding ground inside the pipes and fixtures.

If you live in an area where water is hard, then it is best to get the services of a professional Beaumont plumber as they have a wide range of tools and equipment to battle hard water. They ensure that homeowners in hard water regions have easier lives with this solution.

To all our friends and customers regarding COVID-19

We will get through this together To say we are living in “unprecedented” challenging times would be an understatement. We hope this finds you and your family safe and healthy. We would like to list a few pieces of information and websites that we think will be helpful for you during this time.

  • To get the most current information on the COVID-19 virus, please check the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) website at: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/communication/factsheets.html
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