Saves money

The benefits of softened water

How can softened water save money?

Everyone tries to save money, and fitting a water softener from our diverse range does just that. Continual use of hard water gradually builds up layers of limescale in pipework, which can reduce water flow to your washing machine and dishwasher.

These calcium deposits leave you with appliances that have to work harder than necessary, reducing their efficiency. We can all clearly see the white limescale deposits that build up around the heating element, when boiling hard water in a kettle.

This process is being replicated in your washing machine and dishwasher; the more limescale build up, the longer it takes to heat the element and subsequently your electricity bills begin to increase. Soft water is the solution. Remove the calcium and magnesium using a water softener, and limescale will reduce and eventually disappear!

What are all the benefits of softened water?

Long-lasting appliances

Your kitchen appliances will naturally last much longer as well as working to their designed efficiency.

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Environmentally sound

Softened water means you are doing your bit for the environment.

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A shinier home

Housework will always be there but why do too much?

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Healthy, glossy hair

It is not common knowledge, but soft water makes your hair look glossier too.

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Soft water, soft skin

If your skin feels, dry, itchy and irritated, continual washing in hard water may be contributing to this.

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Fewer cleaning products

Soft water easily forms a lather with soap.

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Cleaner, softer laundry

Softened water has a reduced mineral content so the taste is free to be enjoyed with the unsightliness of scummy films absent.

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Great cups of tea

Softened water has a reduced mineral content so the taste is free to be enjoyed with the unsightliness of scummy films absent.

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Improvements in Eczema

Would it be too bold to say that softened water improves eczema and psoriasis? Inadvertently it does.

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