How Do Water Softeners Work?
To reap the most benefits from your water softening system, knowing what it does and how it works is important. Additionally, receiving annual maintenance on your device can help it last longer and run more efficiently.
A water softener uses a process called ion exchange. Hard water goes into the softener, where tiny beads attract and trap minerals that cause hardness. The beads release sodium ions that replace the trapped minerals, softening the water.
The beads need regular cleaning with a salt solution to remove the trapped minerals. This helps the beads soften the water effectively. When you need trusted plumbers who install water softeners, turn to Rooter Ranger for reliable solutions.
We Will Replace Your Water Softener
If you have unsuccessfully tried water softener repairs, replacing the unit will be your best bet. Our plumbers at Rooter Ranger understand how important having soft water is to you, and we are dedicated to getting your water system back to the way it should be.
Our team listens to what you have to say. We will take the issues you are experiencing into account and help you find the best solution for your next water-softening system. When looking for your next unit, we will find one that is in your budget and fits best with your house and water system. Once we have completed that step, we will remove the old water softener and replace it with the new one.
After the replacement is over, we will test the system to ensure that it is properly working. We want to make sure that you can keep your new device as long as possible, so we will show you how to specifically operate your new device and give you tips on how to maintain it.
Are you ready for a fast and reliable water softener replacement at your Nevada or Arizona home? Contact us at (520) 777-1702 and set up an appointment with our team of skilled plumbers.