Indianapolis Commercial Water Softener

The Benefits of Using a Commercial Water Softener

commercial-plumbing-problemscropIf you’re not currently using a commercial water softener in your business, you’re missing out on the many benefits they provide.

How it Works

A commercial water softener removes all magnesium and calcium ions, considered “hardness minerals,” from your water supply and replaces them with more desirable minerals – most often sodium.

Since sodium doesn’t quickly travel out into pipes or have negative reactions with soap, the problems associated with hard water are eliminated.

A Wide Range of Benefits

Commercial water softener systems provide many wonderful benefits:

1) Simplified Cleaning

Soft water helps rinse soap residue more thoroughly, decreasing the amount of soap or detergent needed for cleaning. This results in reduced expenses for cleaning products, freeing up funds for other areas of your business.

Soft water is also gentler on sinks and work surfaces, causing less damage to these areas. With less soap scum and film left behind, sinks and surfaces remain cleaner longer and are much easier to maintain. You and your employees will benefit by not needing to spend as much time and energy cleaning.

2) Extended Appliance Life

The minerals found in hard water can build up inside appliances, decreasing their efficiency and shortening the amount of time they’re usable. Water softening systems extend the life of appliances that use water, including washing machines, dishwashers, coffee makers, ice machines, and water heaters. Soft water enables them to run more efficiently.

Longer use with your appliances will save you money over time as you won’t need to replace them as frequently. As well the yearly energy costs of using them will be significantly reduced.

More efficient appliances benefit the environment by reducing waste and conserving energy used in manufacturing. For example, hot water heaters can heat softened water more quickly than hard water. This improved efficiency reduces energy consumption, having a positive environmental impact and
resulting in lower utility bills.

3) Preservation of Plumbing Systems

Hard water leaves scaly deposits in plumbing fixtures and pipes that build up over time and lead to clogging and corrosion, negatively impacting the life and efficiency of your plumbing system. A commercial water softener minimizes buildup, extending the life of your plumbing system and helping fixtures to operate more efficiently and be more effective.

Contact Allen Plumbing today for a consultation and to learn more about the advantages of using a commercial water softener system in your business.

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