Doug Turner Plumbing CO. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Water Treatment System’

6 Signs You Need a Water Softener

Monday, November 19th, 2018

Young boy drinking from glass of fresh water. Ideal for environmental protection or future generations concept.Many homeowners hear the term “water softener” and think of this system as an unnecessary luxury, but the truth is that it’s a necessary and beneficial fixture. A water softener battles against hard water (water with high levels of calcium and magnesium) in your home. Hard water isn’t just an inconvenience, it’s bad for your plumbing too. A water softener is an easy fix to these problems.

If you’d like to improve the quality of your water, your home, and increase the lifespan of your plumbing system then look into installing a water softener in Sugar Land, TX today.

Continue Reading

Is Hard Water Really That Big of a Deal?

Monday, December 4th, 2017

water coming from faucetWhen dealing with your home’s plumbing system, there are a number of possible issues you should be aware of. For instance, one of the most common problems, and the most problematic, is hard water. Many homeowners have had to deal with this problem, but some of them may not even be aware of it, even though it could very well be diminishing their quality of life.

The good news is that the resolution is as simple as a water softener installation in Bellaire, TX. To keep your plumbing system in the best possible condition, consider this installation and only trust a pro for the job!

Continue Reading

Signs You Have Hard Water, And What to Do about It

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

hard-water-signs-what-to-doThese days, most municipal water supplies have a hefty level of filtration and conditioning before they even reach your faucets. And, if you use ground water from a private well, you likely have your own water treatment system on site. But something many people don’t realize, even with water treatment, is that they may be suffering from hard water.

This is the name for water with a high concentration of minerals in it—namely, calcium and magnesium. These minerals are harmless to ingest, however they can do a world of damage to your plumbing system, and lower your quality of life. Fortunately, hard water can be taken care of with a professional Richmond, TX water softener installation, to prevent hard water from getting the chance to put your pipes out of commission, make your drinking water taste funky, and ruin your laundry.

But, how do you know if you have hard water?

Continue Reading