HARD & SOFT WATER
Hard Water: contains dissolved calcium, magnesium and, in many cases, iron.
Cloudy Water: murky or greyish water is usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids.
Chlorine Taste and Smell: chlorine has been used as a disinfectant to kill harmful bacteria in water itself or the pipes that transport it.
Bad Taste and Odours: “rotten egg”, earthy flavour and metallic tastes.
Water Stains: can be caused by water hardness, iron, dissolved minerals or natural acid in your water, or a combination of these.
Limescale: eliminate chalky white marks and stains from fixtures.
COMMON WATER PROBLEMS AND CONTAMINANTS
PROVEN TO REDUCE ECZEMA
Hard water aggravates the symptoms of eczema and dry skin.
Fitting a water softener could make all the difference.
SAFE WATER. SAVED LIVES
Profits from our water softener installations support the
Just a Drop charity to provide clean water in Zambia.
THE BENEFITS OF SOFT WATER
With a water softener your water will always be completely soft giving you a complete feeling of real luxury. Invest in your home with a quality water softener that will give you luxury you can see, feel and love...
HEALTHY HAIR &
DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS
Water touches practically every room in your home. Its quality affects how your water tastes and smells, the food you cook, how your skin and hair feel and even how your appliances, fixtures and plumbing look and last. There are so many ways that better water can make a difference in your life.
Did you know that filtering your drinking water is just as important as eating right? Unfiltered tap water could contain contaminants such as bacteria, pharmaceuticals, to name a few. Throughout the UK there are areas of hard and soft water, however it important to bear in mind that, just because you live in a soft water area that you won’t benefit from pure filtered water. While within all areas of the UK, when it rains the rainwater itself is actually soft, however as it passes through limestone rich areas of the southern parts of the UK, such as Kent, Essex and Greater London, this originally soft water picks up deposits of a number of minerals, like excess calcium and magnesium.