When there is a high concentration of dissolved calcium and magnesium minerals in water, it is considered “hard.” Many people decide to install a water conditioner because hard water is unpleasant to shower with and can cause hair to become unmanageable. The dissolved calcium and magnesium also cause unwanted mineral buildup in tea kettles, coffee pots, hot water heaters, and your home’s pipes. Hard water causes many problems including the build up of soap scum in the shower and calcium deposits in plumbing fixtures and pipes. This mineral accumulation can even cause pipes to completely clogged up.
How exactly do water softeners change the water from hard to soft? They use positively charged resin beads and salt or potassium, which work together to attract and bind the calcium and magnesium. The plumbers at Benjamin Franklin Leawood can help you select the right water conditioner system to correct your water. They’ll determine the amount of water your household uses every day and test your home’s water to determine the hardness level. Our plumbers will then recommend the right system, the best location for the water softener, complete the installation.
A Better Business Bureau Plumber
We have been working in the Leawood since 2003 and are dedicated to providing excellent customer service. Benjamin Franklin Leawood is a Better Business Bureau certified company that provides the water softener installation Leawood residents depend on for high-quality water.
Why Choose Benjamin Franklin Leawood Water Conditioning?
Benjamin Franklin Water Softener Installation Leawood wants every water-conditioning customer to be very happy with our service. Benjamin Franklin Plumbing provides the excellent water softening treatments Leawood homeowners love!
- Benjamin Franklin Leawood ensures that our customers know the cost of services before any work begins. BFP Leawood offers straightforward water conditioning pricing.
For the most dependable water softener installation, call Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Leawood today at (816) 533-4442 or request an appointment.