Hard water deposits on a glass and spoon
Hard Water Minerals Build
Up on Dishes and Appliances
Hard Water Annorod

Do You Have Hard Water?

What is Hard Water?
You may have heard the term “hard water” before, but you may not know exactly what it is or how it affects your home. Simply speaking, hard water contains minerals such as calcium and magnesium. While calcium and magnesium can be good for your bodies, they can cause damage to your household appliances and water pipes throughout your home.
Taste and Smell
Noticing a funny smell to your water could be a sign of minerals such as hydrogen sulfide, causing a “rotten egg” odor. Having a metallic taste from your water could mean there is too much iron in your water supply. Noticing things like this can allow you to get a jump on the possible damage these minerals can cause to your household appliances and faucets in the long run.
Appliances and Faucets
The hard water in your home can cause your appliances to work with less efficiency. Since hard water reacts differently with soap, your dishes, laundry and skin can be left with a thin residue from the soap. Hard water causes your clothes to fade quicker than usual and can leave calcium deposits in your shower and on your faucets throughout the house. Which can possibly require replacing the shower heads and sink faucets.
Hard water is not necessarily bad for your body, but it can wreak havoc on your home. The minerals in the water, such as calcium and magnesium, can provide your body necessary nutrients. These same minerals can cause damage to your homes water pipes, faucets and appliances. Household appliances are not cheap and having to fix or even replace these expensive machines is not something you should have to worry about. With the proper whole house water filter, these worries can be washed away!