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post #1 of Old 04-26-2018, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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Is water softener system a solution to my problem?

The continuous usage of hard water has led to the damage of taps and showers. Last month, I searched for plumbing service in Calgary and contacted for their service. They serviced the pipes and showers. Minerals that exist in hard water creates these problems. When the heater is on, these minerals precipitate out of the water and forms mineral deposits, which affects our household appliances. I need to get the best bathroom appliances in Calgary. Before that, I have to solve the problems with the hard water system. I am fed up with cleaning. I have to clean the water from leakage regularly.
Bathroom appliances are getting damaged very fast. Either I should have to change the hard water system and introduce a softener system, or I would have to provide regular services for bathroom appliances. Including me, my family is facing several health issues like hair fall, allergies and skin problems. Can anyone help me? Is water softener system a solution to my problem?

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post #2 of Old 05-10-2018, 03:46 AM
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Looking at your current problem, installing a water softener will be good for your water pipes and appliances. as it effectively removes the minerals that create the buildup on the taps & in pipes.
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Yes, water softener can be a permanent solution. But these softeners do not remove the minerals that cause hardness in water but do prevent them from adhering to surfaces
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