Well Water Treatment
If you have well water you most likely already use a water softening system and if you do not have one it is something you should have. Well water comes directly from the ground and into your home without any treatment. Typically, well water is considered to be “hard water” because it has a higher concentration of minerals such as calcium, magnesium and iron. In Southeastern Pennsylvania, we generally have a high concentration of iron. Other issues with well water often include:
- Staining in clothing, sink basins, tubs, and toilets
- Tastes & odor in water
- Bacteria or other pathogens
- Cloudy drinking water
A water softener reduces the hardness caused by minerals in the water that create scaling (mineral buildup) that crystallizes and hardens. Often times you can see scaling on faucets, shower doors, as well as less obvious areas such as water heaters and in your water lines. Aside from reducing water pressure and tarnishing faucets, hard water will put excessive wear on your appliances and ultimately cause premature failure. If you suffer from dry skin, dry hair, or poor washing machine performance, often times these issues are the result of hard water. R&D Services provides a wide array of solutions to combat well systems with hard water. The first step if you suspect you have hard water is to contact us for a free water quality report so that we custom tailor a water treatment solution specifically to your home’s needs.
X-Factor Premier Water Softeners
These top-of-the-line electronic water softeners bring advanced technology to your home’s most valuable resource. These systems provide Crystal clear, odor free, and taste free water for you and your family with minimal maintenance and extreme efficiency.