Home Water Softeners
Hard water is any water supply that contains excess minerals or metals, such as calcium and magnesium. Although hard water is generally safe to use, it can cause a variety of problems related to cleaning, appliance life expectancy and efficiency. At Shore Water Refining, we have what we believe is the best water softening system guarantee on the market to help you win the battle against hard water.
Our home water softener systems provide hard water treatment for your household by removing calcium, magnesium and sediment from the water. Once those hard water-producing elements are eliminated, your family will enjoy the benefits of soft water. Here is what you and your family will specifically notice with one of our residential water softening systems:
- Reduced build-up of film on tubs, sinks, faucets and wall tiles.
- Elimination of spotting on glassware, dishes and flatware caused by hard water.
- Whiter and brighter laundry, while using up to 50% less detergent.
- Exclusion of hard water residue in fabrics, which can help clothing last longer.
- Reduced scale build-up in pipes, and up to 29% lowered energy consumption of your water heater due to reduced scale build-up.
- Preserve the life of your water using appliances such as washing machines, dishwashers and coffee makers.
- Decreased amount of cleaning agents and excess water going down the drain and back into your community’s groundwater and/or water system.
How to Choose a Water Softener for Your Home
With all the home water purification systems – including salt-free residential water softeners – that are on the market, how do you decide what is right for your home? Be sure to compare water softeners based on your home’s water and your family’s water usage. An authorized Shore Water Refining Pro can diagnose your water and recommend the best option for your home.
Shore Water Refining offers home water softeners in a single tank cabinet style or a two-tank system. Which is right for your home? Consider the amount of space available for the system, plus the hardness of your water. Your Shore Water Refining Pro can give you expert advice on the benefits of a single versus two-tank system based on the results of your water test.
One Tank System
A single tank or cabinet-style system requires less space because the softener’s brine tank nests inside of the salt tank.
Two Tank System
A two-tank system has a separate salt tank, and provides more options for the hard water capacity of the unit.