If you have well water that’s high in calcium and other mineral deposits, you may be wondering what the best water treatment system is for your well.
Can you benefit from a whole home filtration system to remove the calcium and soften your water?
In this guide from Deluxe Plumbing & Heating, we’ll give you our recommendation for the best water treatment system for well water calcium – read on, and learn more.
Why Should I Invest in A Whole Home Filtration System For Well Water Calcium?
If your well water has a lot of calcium and other minerals like magnesium, that means you have “hard” water, which can cause a wide variety of different problems.
Some of these issues, like faster soap scum buildup on your shower, are merely inconvenient – but over time, mineral deposits can also cause issues with your well pump system, your pipes, and your plumbing appliances.
This is because the mineral deposits from your well will continue to build up in your plumbing over time, and can cause poor drainage, restricted water pressure, and other such problems that may require additional maintenance – or even the replacement of some of your plumbing systems.
To eliminate “hard” water and minerals like calcium and magnesium, it’s best to invest in a water treatment system such as a water softener, which will pull these minerals out of your water before they reach your taps, showers, and appliances.
What’s the Best Water Treatment System For Well Water Calcium?
At Deluxe Plumbing & Heating, our recommendation is a combination whole home filtration system from Puronics.
Puronics offers both whole home filtration systems and water softeners, ensuring that you get the highest quality water from your well.
Some Puronics products, such as the Filtramax IGEN B, combine a water softener with a filter to remove any suspended solids, such as sediment, from your water – ensuring that you have the best quality well water for your home.
This makes day-to-day tasks like showering, washing dishes and clothes, and washing your hands more convenient and safe, and also gives you and your family the best quality drinking water.
Not only that, but Puronics also offers advanced whole home filtration systems that can help you remove well contaminants like chloramine, sulfur, acid, HAAs, and chlorine, providing you with water that’s crystal-clear and safe to drink – even if your well has issues with odors and contaminants.
How Do I Know If I Need A Water Treatment System For Well Water Calcium?
Not sure if a water treatment system or whole home filtration system is necessary for your well?
A few signs that you may have excessive levels of calcium in your water include:
Frequent buildup of soap scum in showers and sinks
Film that builds up on your body or hair while showering
Discoloration of clothing or spots on dishes while washing using well water
Whitish buildup around taps and showerheads
Reduced water pressure or poor drainage
Think your well water may have too much calcium, or other minerals or contaminants?
The best way to be sure of the quality of your well water is to have a water test performed.
You can perform a water test using a home testing kit, or hire Deluxe Plumbing & Heating to conduct the test.
Once you get your results, you can get a comprehensive overview of all of the minerals and compounds in your water – and choose the right whole home filtration system for your needs.
So don’t wait.
Get a water test now, and see if you need a water softener, or a filtration system to remove well water calcium.
Contact Deluxe Plumbing & Heating To Get A Water Treatment System Today!
If you’re worried about the quality of your well water and believe you have too much calcium or other minerals in your water, Deluxe Plumbing & Heating is here to help.
With years of experience and high-quality products from Puronics, we can help you get the whole home water purification system you need for your well water.
To get a quote for the products installed for this customer please contact us online or give us a call at 610-628-1724 to get started.
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