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Tag: water softeners

Tips for Dealing with Dry Winter Skin

Jan 06 2017

It’s officially winter, which means it’s freezing cold outside and you are combating it by blasting the heat or huddling around the fireplace. Trying to stay warm during the winter is hard enough; we don’t need the additional stresses like cracked skin or winter-induced asthma to the mix. By taking a few preventative steps, you…

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Quiz: Do You Need a Water Softener?

Aug 24 2016

Identifying hard water is pretty easy, living with hard water is much more difficult. Superior Water & Air believes we could all use a little less “hard” and a little more “soft” in our day-to-day lives. Take this quiz to find out if you need a water softener in your life.

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Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your Water Heating System

Aug 13 2016

Since your water heater is responsible for providing the heat for your showers, laundry, dishwashing, and cooking it’s by far one of the most essential appliances in your home. But when was the last time you had any maintenance done to it? Is it even working properly? Many people are getting mediocre function out of…

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Soft Water Science Simplified

The science behind transforming hard water to soft water is surprisingly quite simple to understand but also very necessary for the well-being of your home. To better understand soft water, hard water, and why it is important to have a water softener in your home, keep reading.

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Hard Water Test At Home

Mar 01 2016

It is very easy to find out if you have hard or soft water in your home, all you need is a water bottle and some dish soap. If you wish to test for the level of hardness and treatment options, Superior Water & Air offers free water evaluations. Step 1: Find a plastic bottle…

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Do You Need a Water Softener?

Dec 22 2015

The Truth About Hard Water

Nov 11 2015

What is hard water? When water first falls from the sky as rain it is considered soft water because it is free of minerals. As the water travels through soil, sand, and rock it picks up different types of minerals altering it from soft to hard water. When the water is high in Magnesium and…

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Is Your Water Hard or Soft?

What Is Hard Water? When water has high levels of calcium, magnesium, and other metals it is considered “hard” water. The more minerals found in the water source the harder the water is. It is referred to as “hard” water because it requires more soap to create a lather and is harder to clean than…

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