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Can Water Be Too Soft?

Can Water Be Too Soft?

We’ve shared a lot of information about water hardness and how, in the south of England, water tends to be hard just about everywhere – in many areas exceptionally so. But what about soft water? Is there a point where water can actually be too soft? In this blog we will delve into this in a little more detail.

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PFAS In Water – What Is It And How Can I Get Rid Of It?

PFAS In Water – What Is It And How Can I Get Rid Of It?

PFAS “forever” chemicals are known to be highly dangerous to humans – even though our mains water supply is full of them. Used in food and industrial technologies, these chemicals are known to cause cancer, miscarriages and are likely to be present in almost every person’s blood supply. The UK Government has been slow to respond to calls for nationwide PFAS water testing. Environmental organisations, like Greenpeace and Chem Trust, say urgent action is required to prevent further exposure.

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Other articles covering a range of questions related to soft water

Do We Drink Sewage Water?

Do We Drink Sewage Water?

Although our tap water doesn’t contain lavatory waste sewage, the Environment Agency says plans are in place to have “toilet-to-tap” drinking water in place by 2030. Thames Water may be even quicker off the mark, with recycled toilet water possible by next year.

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How to remove PFAS from Drinking Water

How to remove PFAS from Drinking Water

Despite mounting evidence of serious health issues arising from exposure to PFAS-related chemicals in water, the UK Government still doesn’t test the purity of the nation’s water supply. But, as consumers, we can take decisive action to ensure the water we drink is safe.
Research shows that reverse osmosis (RO) filtration is the best way to remove the overwhelming number of contaminants from our drinking water.

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Is The Mains Water Supply As Safe As We Are Told? 

Is The Mains Water Supply As Safe As We Are Told? 

This article provides an overview of the widescale and potentially dangerous contaminants present in the mains water supply and the risks that this exposure can have on our health. From chlorine to PFAS forever chemicals, UK water is an unwitting source of harmful substances – despite the country’s reputation for having one of the world’s safest public water supplies.

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Can Hard Water Lead to Hair Loss?

Can Hard Water Lead to Hair Loss?

What scientific evidence exists to support these claims about hard water?
Well, from a dermatological standpoint, if you regularly wash your hair in hard water, which contains lots of calcium and magnesium mineral deposits, these deposits will build up on the scalp and in the hair strands. This can prevent moisture from being absorbed.

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Here’s why a MolliVita Water Softener Warranty has huge value

Here’s why a MolliVita Water Softener Warranty has huge value

MolliVita Water Softeners are popular because they are easy to operate, reliable and competitively priced. On the rare occasions when something goes wrong, however, it’s best to be prepared.

An extended warranty is designed to offer you complete protection, in the unlikely event of the product breaking down.

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We’re Accredited Qettle Tap Installers!

We’re Accredited Qettle Tap Installers!

We’re delighted to announce that we are now an accredited installer for Qettle taps.
Proud to be adding Qettle to our premium product range, it’s a win-win situation for our customers! When you book your appointment to have your new water softener installed, or when we are attending to carry out an annual service, we can accessorise your kitchen with an amazing, all-in-one Qettle tap.

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Luke Takes Pride In Delivering A Quality Service

Luke Takes Pride In Delivering A Quality Service

Life is full of coincidences and how about this one? It turns out that our engineer, Luke, was born in the same town (Epsom in Surrey), in the same hospital and went to the same school as Scott Jenkins himself – albeit a few years apart!

You couldn’t make it up – and we haven’t! It’s absolutely true!

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Can Water Be Too Soft?

Can Water Be Too Soft?

We’ve shared a lot of information about water hardness and how, in the south of England, water tends to be hard just about everywhere – in many areas exceptionally so. But what about soft water? Is there a point where water can actually be too soft? In this blog we will delve into this in a little more detail.

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Affordability of Water Softeners

Affordability of Water Softeners

With rocketing energy bills and fuel prices, along with the weekly food shop burning a hole in the credit card, it’s more important than ever to take stock of the cost of living.  

What exactly are we spending and where does the money go each month? What represents good value? Indeed, what do we consider to be essential expenditure, as opposed to affordable luxuries?

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Installed in the Royal Suite at Buckingham Palace

Preventing scale in hot water systems as the chain expands

Installing water softeners for NHS Home Kidney Dialysis

Delivering soft water to London’s most luxurious hotel

Soft water for this forward-thinking restaurant & bar

Beautiful food, beer and soft water for The Chantry

A highly reviewed Italian restaurant know the benefits soft water can bring

Cheswood Lee Apartments in Worthing have soft water on tap

Royal Garden Hotel are now enjoying the benefits of soft water

Darlington Court care home had a softener installed recently

Bringing authentic Spanish Tapas to Brighton since 2009, now with soft water!

C&C window cleaners are now serving their customers with soft water

The University of Chichester are now loving the benefits soft water can bring to their staff & students

These guys service, repair & supply equipment, often including softeners which are used for dishwashers, oven steamers & glass cleaners

They have two deli's in Central London and have just opened a restaurant in Chiswick which all utilise soft water

Itchenor Sailing Club are are one of the leading dinghy and keelboat sailing clubs in the UK, now benefiting from soft water