Any major appliance in your home can break or stop working at any time, including your water softener. If you're experiencing an issue with your system, here's a water softener troubleshooting guide to help you identify the problem and either fix it yourself or call a pro.
There are a number of different water treatment processes you can use to remove unwanted chemicals. Here in Minnesota, one of the most common chemicals we want to get rid of is iron. One way to do that is by using an iron filter. Let's look at how iron filters work and how that process impacts the quality of our water.
Ugh! One of the disadvantages of having hard water is limescale buildup in your sinks, toilets, tubs, faucets and in places you can’t see. It’s more than ugly. Limescale can reduce the efficiency of your appliances, so they don’t perform well and they wear out faster. It can even peel the chrome off faucets and clog your plumbing.
Fortunately, there are some simple limescale removal options to fix this unattractive situation.