Water Conditioner Services
Martin’s Water Treatment has been working in the water treatment industry for over 25 years, which gives us the skills and experience we need to successfully get the job done the first time around. Whether you need installation, cleaning, or even function checks, we do it all for water conditioners. When you hire us to install or maintain your water conditioner, know that you’ll be getting the best-trained professionals in the Dover area taking care of your water system. Not only are all our workers experts, but we use the best tools and materials as well, guaranteeing the best results every time.
Water Conditioner Installation
If you’re needing to have a water conditioner installed in Delaware, Maryland, or Pennsylvania, our professionals are installation experts. You can also purchase your water conditioner directly from us. All our water conditioners are metered and on-demand systems. They accurately measure water and backwash but only when absolutely necessary, which helps save you money. Trust our professionals at Martin’s Water Treatment to install your high-quality water conditioner correctly the first time around.
Resin Bed Cleaning
At Martin’s Water Treatment, we also offer resin bed cleaning. With our professional resin bed cleaners, we can remove any metallic foulants from the resin bed, which can work against more than just iron. Resin bed cleaning comes in handy when you’re planning to soften your water because it can help get rid of even the smallest trace of metal in your resin bed. We offer the best resin bed cleaning in the area, so be sure to hire us the next time you want to clean your resin bed.
As part of our water treatment services, we offer some of the best water conditioner maintenance in town, which includes function checks for all your water equipment. When you hire us to come out for function checks, we can determine if your water conditioner or softener is working correctly. If we see an issue, we’ll quickly address it and have your water system up and running in no time.
Contact Martin’s Water Treatment Today
The next time you need expert water conditioner treatment, maintenance, or installation in Delaware, Maryland, or Pennsylvania, be sure to hire us at Martin’s Water Treatment for the job. Not only do we have over 25 years of experience in the water treatment industry, but we strive to satisfy all our customers with our services. With affordable, economical pricing, and high-quality materials and components, we’re one of the best water treatment companies in the area. We’ll also replace any old water equipment with updated, new high-efficiency systems to improve your water. Don’t hesitate to contact us today for more information on our services or to schedule a time for us to come out to install water conditioners.
Water Hardness Removal Systems
Have you noticed chalky mineral deposits forming on your showerhead or kitchen faucet? Do you use more detergent, soap, or shampoo than you expect? The signs of hard water are unmistakable, especially if you have experienced the difference in taste and comfort soft water provides. If you have hard water running through the pipes of your home, a water softener is just what you need to protect your home fixtures, the health of your skin, and the purity of your water.
What Is Hard Water?
“Hard” water contains high amounts of dissolved metals, including magnesium and calcium. Keep in mind that these minerals aren’t added by your city. Instead, the “hardness” of your water indicates your town’s reliance on groundwater pumped from wells, reservoirs, rivers, and streams. About 37 percent of water used in the United States for residential and business use comes from these underground aquifers, and over 90 percent of rural communities rely exclusively on groundwater.
While some small towns and cities do their best to soften their potable water (especially in communities with particularly hard water), even they don’t get rid of most of the dissolved minerals. That’s where home water softening can help finish the job.
Is Hard Water Dangerous?
There is no evidence that hard water causes bodily harm. There are actually some health benefits to drinking hard water, as calcium and magnesium are necessary for muscle, nerve, and bone health. Even over long periods, the worst you can expect is dry and uncomfortable skin.
The real danger comes from the damage that calcium, potassium, and magnesium build-up can cause to your water fixtures, faucets, and pipes. Without constant cleaning and scale removal, you will see your water pressure plummet from clogging. Any appliances that rely on water such as your washer, your dishwasher, and your water heater can also be affected, which may lead to expensive repair bills.
How Does a Water Softener Work?
Hard water can be “softened” in several ways. The most common solution is through the introduction of sodium chloride (or salt). In essence, the specialized salt binds to the minerals contained in the water, pumping the treated water into your pipes free of metals and minerals. Over time, the salt is dissolved, requiring a refill. Fortunately, you can get water-softening salt at almost any supermarket.
Newer methods of water softening that don’t require salt include a Template Assisted Crystallization (or TAC) system. These don’t “soften” water, per se. Instead, they crystalize (or condition) the metals and minerals in hard water, making them unable to gather on your pipes.
Remove Hard Water from Your Dover Home or Business
Looking for an affordable solution to your hard water problems? The experienced technicians at Martin’s Water Treatment serve dozens of communities in Delaware and Maryland, including Somerset County, MD; New Castle County, DE; and more. Give us a call today and save your home from mineral build-up and expensive appliance replacements!