Salt Lake City Office
963 Folsom Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84104-1130
St. George Office
148 W Industrial Dr, Unit E3
Washington, UT 84780
1805 2900 S Unit #1,
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: (801) 355-4433
In today’s modern world, a top consideration for homeowners is quality water. This is important for the drinking supply, of course, but also for multiple other areas of the home.
At Whipple Service Champions, we offer water conditioning services if you want your home to receive a cleaner quality of water. Also called a water softener, a water conditioning system helps rid your water of minerals and other contaminant buildups. Let’s look at how one of these systems works, and how it can help your home’s water quality.
Water softeners are designed to remove impurities in “hard” water, or water that still contains various minerals and other deposits. These deposits will affect the home in multiple ways, including your drinking water and your plumbing fixtures.
A softener, however, turns this hard water into “soft” water free of these deposits. Here’s how it does this:
Here are some of the negatives associated with hard water that a water softener can help rid you of: