Water Softeners in Indianapolis & the Surrounding Areas
Plumbing Experts in Marion, Boone, Hamilton & Hendricks Counties
The problems associated with hard water can range from minimal to massive, including complications like water spots on dishes, odd tasting water, or even issues as drastic as mineral deposits that lead to complex pipe damage. Are you tired of dealing with hard water in your Indianapolis area home? Then the plumbing specialists at Chapman Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing have the ideal solution through our water softening services.
For decades home and business owners have been trusting the Chapman name. Our team is made up of certified and licensed plumbing specialists, each with all of the training and tools needed to meet all of your plumbing service needs. If you’re done with hard water and the complication sit can cause, we’re more than happy to offer you a solution. For plumbing services in Marion, Boone, Hamilton, and Hendricks counties, call on Chapman today!
Want to find out more about our water softeners, or ready to take advantage of our water treatment solutions in the Central Indiana area? Contact Chapman online or dial 317-291-4909.
What Is Water Softening?
At its simplest water softening is a type of water treatment process that specifically aims to mitigate and remove the minerals commonly associated with hard water. There are various chemical and mechanical methods to achieve this, but all work off of the same principle of reducing the presence of magnesium, calcium, and similar sulfates and bicarbonates from your home water supply.
The result is what we call “soft” water, or water that is free of these scale-causing pollutants. Homeowners tend to prefer soft water, especially in areas where hard water is common like where we live. Soft water is more agreeable on the skin, requires less soap, and minimizes pipe wear caused by harmful water pollutants.
The Benefits of Water Softeners
So it turns your water from hard to soft, but what are the actual advantages? Quite a few, actually! By taking advantage of water softening methods you stand to benefit from:
- Certain health benefits. While it’s not recommended to regularly consume soft water, it does display beneficial effects when used for hygiene. Soft water is less harsh on human skin and hair, which often results in less dryness.
- Less soap used in cleaning. Soft water is excellent for home and dish cleaning, reducing or completely removing the minerals that cause “water spots” and streaks. Additionally soft water requires less soap per wash, saving you on a costly cleaning tool.
- Reduced scale buildup in pipes. The primary reason many homeowners choose soft water lies in its benefits for your home piping systems. Scale and mineral deposits are one of the leading causes for the corrosion and wear that typically leads to needing plumbing repair.
- Boiler and water heater benefits. If your home uses a hot water boiler system then you stand to add years of service to your system! Both hot water heaters and water boilers benefit greatly from reduced scale, helping to maintain tank health and system efficiency.
Our Water Softening Services
At Chapman we’re dedicated to helping our clients get the absolute best in the business in all regards. We use state of the art water softening equipment that utilizes a multiple-process softening system for optimal results and a long-lived treatment system. When you call on us we can expertly assess your water treatment needs, make a recommendation, and offer water softening system installation services to match your needs.
Water Softening Services in Central Indiana
The entire process is quick and simple, meaning you could be enjoying the benefits of soft water in your home within days or less! If you’re ready to gain the advantages of water softeners in your home, or even if you’re just curious and want to find out more, our experts are ready to help at any time.
Get in touch with Chapman Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing online now, or call 317-291-4909 speak with a water treatment expert today!