What is Hard Water?

What is Hard Water - What is Hard Water?

Hard water is a result of calcium, magnesium, and trace amounts of other minerals being dissolved in the water. It happens with both well water and city water systems.  The hardness level of your water depends on where you live. If you have city water, your service provider should be able to provide you with the water hardness levels in your area. You can also purchase a hard water testing kit at a hardware store or pool supplies store.

If you have hard water, you may want to consider a limescale eliminator and ecofriendly water softener alternative to address the issues that are caused by water hardness. Hard water has many signs, and there are certain things that may be happening in your home to cue you in on the fact that you have hard water. Our next series of articles will discuss some signs indicating the need for a hard water descaler/electronic descaling system in your home.

Chalky Buildup

If you notice a white, chalk-like buildup on your dishes as they come out of your dishwasher, then you have a problem with hard water. A hard water descaler will help alleviate this issue.

Poor Water Pressure

Hard water causes showers and pipes to get clogged as a result of hard water limescale buildup. This is a primary cause of most poor water pressure issues. An electronic descaling system is a limescale eliminator that can effectively address this issue.

Our next article will cover more signs that you may have a problem with hard water.

ScaleBlaster is the world’s leading ecofriendly water softener alternative.  This electronic descaling system is not only a limescale eliminator that is effective in water scale removal, but it also prevents new scale from forming.  If you have signs of hard water, we can help. The ScaleBlaster hard water descaler can be purchased at Home Depot or online at Home Depot, Lowe’s, or Costco. Get started on eliminating your hard water problems today!