Improve Your Water Quality
Have you noticed corrosion on your faucets from hard water? Unfortunately, hard water can cause more problems than just chalky buildup! A water softener from The Bosworth Company can help.
What Does Water Softening Do?
A water softener uses a process known as ionization to replace magnesium and calcium ions with sodium (salt) ions. This process is different from reverse osmosis, as a reverse osmosis system relies on a filter to physically remove contaminants and dissolved minerals from the water. Reverse osmosis filters water, and water softeners condition water. That being said, a water softener is an excellent complement to an R.O. system.
Water softeners are not filtration systems and do not remove other contaminants, such as bacteria. Benefits you will enjoy are brighter laundry, cleaner dishes, less corrosion, more natural taste, and longer-lasting appliances. If you’re looking to improve the quality of your water, a water softener may be the perfect solution for you!
At The Bosworth Company, we only sell and install top of the line products – primarily those in the WaterTech Pro Series. You can purchase or lease a water softening system, and all leased products include FREE standard installation and maintenance. Each product is installed by one of our fully licensed water treatment specialists.
Water Softening starting at $45/month with maintenance included.
In addition to having a team of licensed water treatment specialists, The Bosworth Company is also a Member of the Water Quality Association.
This means we have exclusive access to a vast body of industry information, high-quality training programs, the latest tools and tactics, exposure to leading-edge thinking, and opportunities to interact and network with peers around the globe.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does a water softener clean my water?
While a water softener technically removes unwelcome particles that make your water hard, it doesn’t clean contaminants from your water. To experience clean drinking water straight from your faucet, we recommend installing a Reverse Osmosis system. Call us today or schedule an appointment online to have one installed!
Does softened water taste good?
The taste of your water depends primarily on the source and whether or not you’re using reverse osmosis to filter our contaminants that can affect the flavor. A water softener itself will have minimal impact on the flavor of your water.
Does softened water feel slick?
Softened water can feel “slicker” than hard water because the water is missing textured minerals that you’re used to feeling. This slickness is usually felt in the shower and is a result of you feeling your body’s natural oils that are no longer being covered by hard water.