Noticing some of the problems below, but you doesn't know where they are coming from? Read on for some explanations, causes and advice on what you can do to resolve them:
Hard water occurs naturally when water flowing in rivers, streams and even through underground channels, comes in contact with the rock in the Earth's crust. Hardness concentrations vary throughout the country, and are one of the major causes of white scaling and water spotting on glassware. Though not typically visible, hard water can also cause damage to appliances, clothing and even the pipes in the walls of your home. Reducing hardness in your water will help keep your hot water appliances running at high efficiency. RIGO water softener systems are an effective way to reduce the presence of hardness in your household water.
White scale is a very visible symptom of hard water. The higher the concentration of hardness chemicals in your water, the more white scale you will notice on the ends of faucets and other fixtures. This scale is not easily cleaned with water and requires more aggressive cleaning chemicals to clean off your fixtures. Scale will also develop in appliances, pipes and in your water heater, possibly decreasing the life of these costly appliances and plumbing fixtures.