Water Softening Services in Houston & St. Charles

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When your Houston or St. Charles, TX home is suffering from hard water, it can have many serious implications not only on our pipes and fixtures, but also your health. Through the use of water softeners however this threat has been diminished and is now a manageable solutions. At tfp24.ru we can assist you with the efficient installation and professional repair of the water softener in your home. See what our past customers have to say about our services here, and give us a call to schedule an appointment today!

What Is Hard Water & How Can It Affect Your Home?

Hard water is water that contains minerals like calcium, magnesium, and others, that can build up and wreak havoc in a short amount of time. When water is full of these minerals, it doesn’t dissolve soap well and leaves hair flat after shampooing and clothing dingy after going through the washing machine. Worse than this, hard water deposits lime on the inside of plumbing pipes, in appliances like water heaters and dishwashers, and on dishes and drinking glasses. Sometimes glasses can be so etched by hard water that they take on a cloudiness that can’t be gotten rid of. Years of hard water can shorten the useful life of appliances and make glassware unattractive.

How Do Water Softeners Work?

Water softeners fix these problems by chemically changing the nature of the water that comes into the building. They’re usually installed between the water meter and the fresh water supply lines that service the fixtures in the house. The water is passed through a tank full of resin beads in a saltwater solution and the calcium and magnesium are exchanged for sodium.

There are three types of salt that can be installed in a water softener. Rock salt comes from salt deposits, while solar salt is precipitated out of sea water. It’s often sold as pellets or blocks. Evaporated salt is also evaporated out of water but by artificial means. Our plumbers at tfp24.ru can help you make the best choice for your home.Rock salt is the least expensive but leaves a residue that will require the tank to be cleaned more frequently. Evaporated salt pellets, on the other hand, leave little residue. This means that the tank doesn’t need to be cleaned out as frequently.

Professional Water Softener Installations & Repairs

When our technicians install a customer’s water softener it will remain worry-free for a long time. But like everything else, there will come a time when it may need repair. The brine tank will certainly need cleaning out and recharging from time to time. Sometimes the system stops softening the water even though the level of salt doesn’t decrease. This is often because of a salt bridge, which is actually a crust of salt over the water in the tank. Salt can also clog the connections between the tanks. Most of these types of problems can be fixed by our plumbers cutting off the water to the system, putting it through a regeneration cycle then cleaning out the clogged part. No matter what the cause of the issue, you can rest assured that our technicians will have a repair solution for you!

Choosing tfp24.ru For Water Softening Services

tfp24.ru is always here to help you with all your water softening needs. Our plumbers are fully licensed, insured, and bonded, with years of experience in installing and repairing any type of water softener. Whether you’re installing a new unit, recharging your existing unit, or repairing your unit, you can rest easy knowing our technicians are on the job.

Is your Houston or St. Charles, TX home in need of professional water softening services? Call tfp24.ru at to schedule an appointment today!