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Locations With Hard Water

Not sure whether you live in a hard water area or not? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Use the diagram below to check the hardness of water in your area in PPM (Parts Per Million). This information is important to understand how your softening system will perform and to establish regeneration cycles. For values specific to your location please no not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team, or your local water provider who will be happy to advise.

Hard Water Locations Map Of The UK

Hard Water Locations Map Of The UK

Please note in most cases the above information can be checked with your water provider, for peace of mind

How A Water Softener Helps

  • Cost Reduction – For most applications, excess limescale build-up is caused by Calcium deposits from hard water. This scale collects on heating elements, pipework and other appliances like water coolers, reducing their efficiency. Studies show that the average four person household could save up to £200 a year by installing a water softening system. Read more…

  • Limescale Prevention – In hard water area’s limescale can build up at a worrying rate, of up to 70kg every year. Installation of a water softener not only prevents this, but it can help clear out existing limescale deposits in your pipework or within heating elements. If you are worried about an existing build up, then a softener could still be a great solution. Read more…

  • Additional Benefits – Softened water has a number of additional benefits aside from just preventing limescale build up. Think about your cleaning routine, where left-over mineral deposits will no longer appear on glasses, windows or shiny surfaces. Also skin and hair, which are both left feeling softer thanks to the reduced mineral content of softened water. Read more…

Considering A Water Softener To Combat Hard Water?

If you live in a hard water area and are considering a Water Softener then why not check out our range of guides which will help you through the process. Things you’ll need to think about include your estimated water usage (often by number of occupants, or people who will use the water) and the space available for installation, which is typically where your mains water feeds into a building. If you need any assistance please do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team, who will be happy to assist with your enquiry.

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