If your well is producing hard water, then you’re probably noticing increased rust stains and mineral deposits on your bathtub, sink, and other plumbing fixtures. You may also be having trouble getting your soaps and detergents to create suds, and your well water doesn’t taste all that great, either.
Well water hardness is a frustrating problem to deal with, but you don’t have to resign yourself to a lifetime of unsightly scale buildup, ineffective soap, or poor-tasting drinking water.
Instead, with the help of Goold Wells & Pumps, you can treat the problem at the source!
How to Treat Hard Well Water
Did you know that water hardness is one of the most common complaints among private well owners? Thankfully, Goold Wells & Pumps offers well water treatment systems and well water softeners that solve the vast majority of hard water problems.
Well water hardness happens when naturally occurring minerals are dissolved in your well water at high concentrations. As noted above, it’s not dangerous, but it does have some unpleasant side effects. Minerals commonly known to affect well water quality are calcium and magnesium, among others.
However, when you have us install a well water softener, you’ll immediately see the difference. Your water softening system will remove the calcium and magnesium ions from your well water and replace them with sodium ions, leaving you with a healthy, balanced water supply.
So, if you’re ready to leave the frustrations of well water hardness behind, call Goold Wells & Pumps for a smart, effective solution today!