Look at your household as you would look at your own body.....
What you put into your body determines how healthy and efficiently it works right?
We are always being advised to watch what we eat and drink as everything we consume affects the health of our heart. If we eat a healthy and balanced diet we can help prevent heart disease.
The same can be applied to your home.
See your heating and water system as the HEART of the house pumping water throughout your property keeping it running and healthy. If that system ,the heart of the home, clogs up due to hard water then so does the entire house and this then impacts on all those involved.Therefore assessing the quality of your water supply and how it could be improved is essential if you want to maintain a HEALTHY household.
If you are unfortunate enough to be in an area of hard water then you may want to consider the benefits of installing a WATER SOFTENER.
By softening the water it results in cleaner and UNCLOGGED pipe work amongst many other benefits. This means fewer, stressful and expensive breakdowns and saves you money in the long run as well!!!!
You can see the damage lime scale does to your household appliances in the kitchen and the bathroom caused by hard water. Investing in a water softener will help eliminate the visible damage. It will also help eradicate the creeping damage in your pipe work that you cannot see. This is so important and often under the radar because we cannot see the problem.
Don’t just hear it from us......
“The mains water supplied by your water
company is required to meet stringent quality
regulations to ensure that it is safe for human
use. In areas of the country with a hard water
supply, consumers may wish to consider the
advantages of softening their water.”
“Water softeners have been available in this country
for nearly one hundred years. Although widely
used by industry throughout this period, domestic
water softeners were for many years considered a
luxury. They are now very affordable and their
use will provide real savings and benefits.”
British Water Handbook 2012
Further information: http://www.britishwater.co.uk/Publications.aspx