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How Does Water Softener Work?

February 16, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

There are two types of water, hard and soft. Hard water is the most natural type of water that hasn’t been tainted by any chemical process. It becomes hard because before it reaches your taps at home, it seeps through the ground where it’s filtered by stones and mineral deposits containing all of the natural… Read more

The Benefits of Salt Free Water Softeners

February 9, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

People with fresh, high-quality water can be taken for granted in many parts of the world.  In others however water can be full of minerals, contaminants, and be extremely hard.  This can lead to nasty tasting water that is affected by high amounts of minerals in the water. One of the best solutions to hard… Read more

What’s Best For You: Sodium or Potassium Chloride?

January 26, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Quality water represents life and health however bad water can literally suck the life out of your plumbing.  If you find yourself in constant need of repairs due to the excess mineral deposit and lime-scale, then it is clear your home may benefit from the installation of a water softener or another form of water… Read more

How Do Water Softeners and Conditioners Work to Improve Your Home’s Water Quality?

January 18, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

In certain parts of the country the water is better than others. We rely on drinking water on a daily basis for survival.  It’s imperative that the water we drink is free of containments and tastes good. Nothing is worse than hard water, water that is over-laden with minerals, that not only gives it a… Read more

Benefits of a Having a Water Softener System Installed in your Home

January 11, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Water is said to be hard when the high quantity of minerals such as dissolved calcium and magnesium are present. Having a water softener system installed in your home can prove to be beneficial in more than one way. A water softener is especially useful in areas where all people have access to is hard… Read more

Seven Reasons Owning a Water Softener Will Change Your Life

January 4, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

Water is essential for all living things on Earth.  There are however risks involved in ingesting the wrong types of water.  Drinking water that is contaminated or that comes from a tainted source can put your health at risk.  Studies have revealed that the water found in most countries, including the United States, is hard.… Read more

5 Ways to Tell That You Need A New Water Softener

December 27, 2017 Reynolds Water 0

If your sinks and appliances are full of stains or your skin is itchy and dry, you may find your water is the cause of the problem. Hard water leaves lime scale behind, which affects the longevity of your appliances and the comfort of your clothes. A new water softener may be just what you… Read more

Water Softeners Compared to Water Filtering System

December 19, 2017 Reynolds Water 0

Water is truly an elemental part of our lives. We need it to survive. We need it to stay healthy. The need for daily consumption of water means that we have to make sure that we have access to non-contaminated water. Drinking water that contains any kind of organic or metallic contaminants could end up… Read more

5 Things To Consider Before Buying A Water Softener

December 15, 2017 Reynolds Water 0

A lot of homeowners are asking the Internet ‘what is the best water softener for my home’. However, it is not the type of water softener that matters here as much as your needs. Also, it is important to know the purpose of every water softener before actually purchasing it for your home. Basically, hard… Read more

Answering Your Basic Water Softener Questions and Concerns

December 6, 2017 Reynolds Water 0

More and more people are choosing to install water softeners in their homes and offices.  There are many questions that we get asked regularly regarding our water softeners.  Are there actual health benefits that are derived from soft water?  How does the softener work so that it improves the quality of the water?  What are… Read more