You might have heard the rumor that water softener discharge can damage your septic tank. Well, that just isn’t true! According to the Water Quality Association (WQA), water softener discharges do not pose a problem to septic systems or to the leach field. Studies have shown that water softener discharge has no negative effect on the septic drain field’s soil percolation, and could actually improve soil percolation, particularly in fine-textured soils. Learn more about the benefits of having a water softener system along Colorado’s Front Range and then give us a call to get yours!
How a Water Softener System Works
A water softening system reduces the concentration of hardness-causing dissolved minerals in your water that accompany hard water problems such as spots on dishes, scale buildup, and more. Hard water makes cleaning more difficult and frustrating. A water softener system uses salt to reduce these hardness-causing minerals and eliminate the problems that come with them. All they require is a regular addition of salt to ensure the system has enough to make your water to your exact specifications. You can get a whole-house water softener system so all the water that enters your home is to your liking! These are very low-maintenance units, so don’t avoid them if you’re worried about adding another stress to your life. They can make a real difference in your home, and you can get one from Rocky Mountain Water Conditioning!
Our Water Softener System
Rocky Mountain Water Conditioning has a water conditioning system to meet all your needs when it comes to your water. In addition to its softening function, the Hague WaterMax water treatment system also cleans your water and can be set to regenerate based on the date, your consumption, or on-demand. It’s easy to customize and perfect for any home that is dealing with the frustrating effects of hard water! Plus, it uses an absolute brining system so you never have to worry about wasting water or salt. Best of all, Rocky Mountain Water Conditioning can install your new along Colorado’s Front Range from Denver to Ft. Collins. And if your water develops new problems in the future, we can take care of those for you as well! Trust Rocky Mountain Water Conditioning to meet all your water treatment needs.
Water Softener Systems Along Colorado’s Front Range From Denver to Ft. Collins
Rocky Mountain Water Conditioning is here to ensure the water that comes into your home is to your exact specifications. Whether you need water softening or purification, we can help you. The Hague WaterMax can make a real difference in your home and give your family the water quality they deserve. Give us a call to learn more about the Hague WaterMax water treatment system and to order yours today! Remember, we can even install it for you – just leave all the hard work to Rocky Mountain Water Conditioning – your Front Range water conditioning company!
For more information, or a copy of the WQA septic tank study, call 888-741-1711 today!
Better Water for Better Living!