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Salt-free water conditioners help and benefit homeowners in many ways, such as:
- protects plumbing pipes
- extends the life of appliances
- extends the life of water heater
- removes scale buildup
- no salt or potassium needed
- saves water vs traditional softeners
- no maintenance
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Water Conditioners protect your skin, pipes, appliances, and faucets from the destruction of hard water minerals!
If you have hard water in your home, then without a water conditioner or softener, the heavy minerals and sediment build-up in your pipes and appliances are quietly picking your pockets.
The heavy minerals in “hard water,” such as calcium and magnesium, stick to the inside of your pipes and increase the pressure, making clogs and leaks more likely.
Hard water shortens the lifespans of your water-using appliances and can decrease their performance. It also leaves behind limescale residue on showerheads and faucets.
These inconveniences can be costly when it comes time for repairs or replacements.
With hard water, your clothing deteriorates and fades more quickly, dishwasher spots remain on glassware and cutlery, the shine fades out of fine dishware, and your skin is left feeling dry after a shower.
If you want to free yourself from these hassles, you cannot be without a water softener or conditioner.
What is a water conditioner?
Water conditioners are salt-free water softener systems that do not remove the hard minerals from the water but instead crystalize most of them.
The water conditioning prevents the minerals from sticking to most surfaces and can drastically reduce build-up in pipes and appliances.
Conditioners are also known as “descalers” because not only do they stop scale build-up, but they also remove existing limescale from faucets, pipes, and showerheads.
Conditioned water will help to break down the existing scale as it flows over it.
Conditioned water is also more compatible with soaps and cleaning products, which have a hard time lathering and cleaning in hard water.
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Water Softener vs Water Conditioner
Salt-based softener systems can be harmful to septic tanks, so they are banned in many cities.
Water softeners require more upkeep as the salt or potassium tank must be replenished every month. The controller is also more complex and needs replacement more often.
Water softeners will eliminate dishwasher spots, brighten and soften clothing, and leave your skin feeling silky smooth after bathing.
Water conditioners are unable to eliminate dishwasher spots, brighten clothing, or soften your skin. They are typically more affordable to install, however, and they will not increase the sodium in the water.
Water conditioners can also address biological contaminants in water by breaking biofilm, which water softeners cannot do.
Water conditioners do not requite backwashing the tank resins, which saves a significant amount of water over ion-exchange systems.
Are water conditioners worth it?
Without a system to address hard water, your house is suffering, and so is your wallet. Hard water will result in leaky or clogged pipes, deteriorated clothing, and low-functioning water-using appliances.
It is not as compatible with soap, so you will have to use more detergent, body soaps, and dishwasher soaps than you should have to.
You will also be spending more money on bathroom cleaning products to tackle the limescale, and your skin will be much drier, requiring you to buy more lotions.
Water conditioners can provide you the same savings that water softeners do by reducing the risk of leaks in pipes, and extending the lifespans of your water-using appliances.
In addition, water conditioners are cheaper to install and do not require monitoring or upkeep.
You will see a return on your investment more quickly with a water conditioning system.
Most homes need a whole-house water filtration system first and foremost, and then if water tests show you have hard water, or you have a ton of limescale and don’t need a test to know, then you also need a conditioner or softener.