Restaurants, bakeries, coffeehouses, delis, cafeterias, and pubs utilize gallons and gallons of water daily.

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Whether the water is served as a beverage or utilized as an ingredient in recipes, hard water just will not cut it. Have you ever served a patron a glass of tap water to only receive continuous complaints about taste? If so, it may be time to consider installing a water softener in your commercial establishment. Contrary to belief, this type of filtration system improves tap water in many ways, not just one. Explored have studied the pros and cons of a water softener in homes and businesses for decades. The evidence is now utilized by companies worldwide to promote their brands. Learn more by reading the content provided in the article below.

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Know The Ins And Outs Of A Water Softener

Before you can decide whether or not to invest in a new water softener for your business, you must know it works. Water softeners work by eliminating two minerals – magnesium and calcium – from tap water. In addition to eliminating calcium and magnesium from the water supply, the water softener replaces them with small sodium ions. The entire process takes place inside the tank of the water softener.  

Extend The Life Of Water Heaters

Evidence reveals commercial water softeners can extend the life of faucets, water heaters, dishwashers, icemakers, plumbing fixtures, washing machines, toilets, showerheads, water hoses, and other water-based appliances. 

As you continue to ignore the condition of your plumbing system, hard water minerals are accumulating inside your water-based appliances. The accumulation of hard water minerals will decrease the life of every device connected to your plumbing system.

Converting from hard water to soft water will ensure the longevity of all connected appliances. 

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Water Softener Pays For Itself

Have you ever heard the expression “pays for itself?” This definitely applies to water softeners for businesses. A business owner invests in a new water softener, resulting in less stress placed on water heaters and other appliances due to hard water mineral buildup. As hard water minerals build up inside your appliances, they are forced to work harder and longer just to keep up. Over time, you will gradually watch your water bill and possibly electricity increase. While the increase is only minimal in the beginning, it will be difficult to ignore.

A water softener will pay for itself by protecting your connected appliances, bathroom and kitchen fixtures, and plumbing pipes from hard water buildup. Just the mere fact, your connected appliances are working efficiently will increase longevity and keep your water bill to a minimum.

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No Hard Water Stains

How many times have you assessed the job your dishwasher is doing? The reputation of your business is at stake here. Hard water stains on silverware, dishware, drinkware, and cookware are very unappealing. Not only are they unsightly to you, but your patrons also have an opinion.

Unless you want to receive numerous complaints from patrons, you better start considering a water softener for your businesses. While hard water stains are not a sign of filth, they can be viewed as such by consumers.