Best water softener

How to Pick the Best Water Softener for You

Picking the best water softener is extremely important since your home water quality depends on it. “Hard water” is a fancy way of saying that your tap water has lots of calcium carbonate in it.

It’s especially common in water that is taken from springs near to limestone, or that ihas a build-up of magnesium. 

In Canada especially, questions about contaminated water are often in the news.

Here, we’re telling you everything you need to know about finding the best water softener on the market

What Makes The Best Water Softener?

2 out of 10 people in the world are currently without access to safe drinking water. 

To make sure your family isn’t among them, a water softener connects to the plumbing of your entire home and helps to clean your water to remove hPrmful chemicals.

It can also help your water to run better increasing the water pressure, as build-up can affect that, too. 

To find the best, first make sure you’re working with a reputable company.

Then, you’ll need to get to work on what type of unit will make the best water softener for you and your home. 

The Main Types Of Water Softeners

1) Salt-Based Systems: These types of water softeners use sodium ions to get rid of the calcium and magnesium ions in your current water. They use a tank of brine that you’ll need to update fairly regularly (but there are also automatic options.) 

This is an ideal system for someone looking for a convenient option, who doesn’t have time to constantly pay attention to the system.

Keep in mind that for larger central systems, a drain must be accessible for the unit to function.

2) Salt-Free Systems: These are a little more high-tech, and use nano-technology to soften the water’s structure. Especially if you’re dealing with serious limestone build-up, this is the option for you. 

Since this doesn’t contain any salt, it can be a bit cheaper to operate and are generally smaller in size. Note though, that they only work for moderate issues with hardness.

3) Since salt- based systems add a small amount of salt to your water, it’s a great idea to add Reverse Osmosis system for your drinking water.

Reverse Osmosis dissolves inorganic solids and removes them from the water. This process ensures that one your water is softened, all sodium is removed from your water so you can drink directly from the tap! These systems are typically installed by your kitchen sink and are small in size.

Plus, these systems don’t have any additional water run-off, meaning you won’t have to worry about cleanup.

When it comes to finding the best water softener, you have a lot of options!  

You’re Ready To Find The Best Water Softener For Your Home

Now that you know how to make the right choice, it’s time to find the people that can help you install it and answer any additional questions you may have. 

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