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Water Softener Repair & Installation Services

Do you remember your worst plumbing nightmare? It goes to show that not only do you need access to 24/7 emergency plumbing services—they have to be high-quality too. Especially when it comes to something as intricate as your water softener system, which has the important task of removing calcium and hard minerals found in your home’s hard water.

Trust the reliable water softener repair and installation offered by the licensed plumbers at ServiceMark. Unlike other water softener companies, our technicians receive over 100 hours of yearly training in modern plumbing installation and other techniques. We offer water softener services to homes in areas such as Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delawate. You can depend on our team to maintain the clean drinking water in your home. Give our team a call by phone at (302) 367-7915 or schedule a water treatment service online to receive assistance.

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5 Benefits of Investing in a Water Softener

Is performing a water softener installation worth it? The payoffs can be big, especially if your home is sourced by hard water.

Healthy Skin & Hair

Hard water is unable to completely break down soap, and its minerals strip your skin and hair of natural oils. On the other hand, an advantage of investing in a water softener installation or repair is access to soft water that helps your skin retain moisture. In addition, bathing in soft water will help balance the pH level in your hair. Say goodbye to ashy skin and frizzy hair!

Clean Dishes & Silverware

Minerals from hard water give your dishes a cloudy appearance. Hiring a certified plumber to perform a water softener repair will increase the effectiveness of your soap and detergent. In addition, a water softener will eliminate the build-up of minerals on your water glasses, plates, and silverware.

Spend Less Money

Removing the minerals from your water will prevent the collection of scale in your pipes and fixtures. Installing a water softener will help you avoid overworking your pump, over-consuming heat energy, and overpaying for expensive water appliance replacement and repair services. You can even use less soap and detergent too!

Clean & Colorful Clothes

Have you noticed your clothes fade or become dingy over time? Hard water mineral deposits and leftover detergent could be to blame. Soft water will remove or break it all down for cleaner, brighter clothes!

Spend Less Time Cleaning Your Home

Spending money on a water softener installation will reduce the amount of soap scum and limescale build-up in your sink, shower, or bathtub. Once the excess limescale and soap residue are eliminated, you will spend less time washing the bathroom or kitchen. Your hands will thank you for this huge perk.

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How a Water Softener Works

Understanding how water softening systems operate will help you gain an understanding of the water softener service you may need to schedule with our team of emergency plumbers. Before your water is treated by a water softener, it arrives at the water tank through a supply line. Next, the water runs is distributed through resin beads with a negative charge. As the water passes through the beads, the positively-charged minerals will become attracted to the resin beads and will be extracted from the water. Once the minerals have been removed, the water will be disbursed to the fixtures in your home as needed.

Once the beads in your water softener have reached their limit, or a certain amount of water flows through the softener, the tank is flushed clean by the brine tank. Water flows from the brine tank into the water softener tank to wash off the mineral deposits on the resin beads and discharge the debris through a hose. To facilitate this, fill your brine tank with salt or potassium chloride pellets every so often depending on how much water you use. If you need help adding salt to the brine tank, give our team a call at (302) 367-7915 to become familiar with our water softener repair services. Once the flush is done, the system goes back to softening your water!

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3 Types of Water Softeners

There are many types of residential softener tanks manufactured by water softener companies. To help you choose the correct system for your home, we have created a list of 3 types of water softeners and their benefits. Call our team of licensed plumbers by phone at (302) 367-7915 with any questions or concerns regarding ion-exchange water softeners and available installation or repair solutions.

Ion-Exchange Water Softeners

Traditional ion-exchange or salt-based water softeners are equipped with inner resin beads that attract negatively-charged calcium and magnesium mineral ions. These are exchanged for sodium ones. When the resin runs out of positive sodium ions, it flushes or “regenerates” with salt. Maintain your system by buying inexpensive salt and investing in water softener repair services. Our team offers trustworthy water softener services to households in areas such as Dover, Elkton, Upper Darby, Wilmington, and Ardmore.  An ion-exchange water softener flows at a high rate and lives a long life. Although a water softener is designed to remove hard water minerals, it does not eliminate bacteria or chemicals.

Salt-Free Water Softeners

A salt-free water softener  doesn’t need salt because the minerals are neutralized instead of discharged. This saves you time and money each week on salt! An advantage of committing to a salt-free water softener installation or repair is sodium-free water and smaller tank sizes. The multi-step filtration even removes bacteria and chemicals for cleaner water. Keep in mind that although the initial cost of this type of system is expensive, salt-free water softeners are often cheaper to operate because they don’t need as much maintenance.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Softeners

Usually installed under sinks—instead of at the water entry point of your home—reverse osmosis water softeners remove all impurities from your water. This is done by pressurizing water down an RO membrane (for microscope screening). At the same time, this type of water softener also adds in healthy minerals you can drink. Enjoy ready access to purified water anytime. On the other hand, it can be expensive to repair or install a reverse osmosis water softener under each faucet in your house. Consider why you may want this type of water softener and where it’s most beneficial to meet your needs.

Water Softener and Plumbing Services

In the event of water softener failure or other stressful plumbing issues—don’t panic. Just contact the water softener repair specialists at ServiceMark at (302) 367-7915 or online. We offer water softener installation and maintenance services in areas such as Upper Darby, Newark, Easton, Drexel Hill, and Ardmore. Even in an emergency, you’ll breathe a sigh of relief knowing our skilled professionals are on their way to thoroughly examine and resolve the problem.

In addition to offering support for water softener systems, our team provides other types of dependable plumbing services such as water heater repair, water line installation, and  drain cleaning.  Go on and put our staff to the test with guarantees such as our “1-Year Clog-Free” and “On-Time or It’s Free.” See for yourself how other plumbers can’t match up. Trust us to help you through your next water softener installation or more with our dedicated, efficient, and excellent water softener services!

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