Water Softeners & Treatment in the Tampa Bay Area
Although hard water does not cause any harm to humans, it can do a lot of damage to your home, potentially leading to higher monthly bills. Hard water can result in everything from buildup on appliances to a bad smell and taste, making it a nuisance and an overall unpleasant issue to deal with.
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing has the expertise and resources needed to treat and soften your hard water should you discover the presence of it in your home. Our team of professionals is at the ready to ensure a quick and efficient installation process and leave you with nothing but satisfactory results.
Dealing with hard water at your home in the Tampa Bay area? Contact Ben Franklin Plumbing today at 813-980-3353 or online to learn more about our offered services!
Water Filtration Systems
Also known as “water purifiers,” water filtration systems aid in removing things like chemicals and minerals from water. They are typically installed in kitchens to purify drinking water. The team at Ben Franklin Plumbing is able to install any brand and type of water filtration system in your Tampa, FL home.
Water Softening Systems
Designed to clean all types of water in your home, water softening systems utilize salt as a filtration method. This method removes the chemical and mineral agents that often dry out your skin and result in limescale buildup.
The caveat of installing a water softening system in your home is the need for regular maintenance and salt refills. A sign it’s time to check in on your system’s performance is the reappearance of buildup on your appliances.
Water Conditioning Systems
As a modernized option, Ben Franklin Plumbing offers water conditioning systems that convert the minerals in hard water into a shield that prevents the minerals from binding to surfaces as opposed to removing them altogether. Because of this, no salts are needed and, therefore, this option requires less maintenance than a water softening system. This will leave you with spot-free dishes, soft clothes, and no limescale.
Futuristic Hybrid Systems
Another incredible option offered is the “H2O Harmony” water softening conditioner system. This system lends an array of benefits to your entire home, such as:
- Removes stains: Clean, spot-free tubs, dishes, washing machines, etc.
- Eliminates excessive chlorine in your water: These substances can be toxic for your skin.
- Abolishes sediments: It can remove particles as small as 20 microns!
- Increases efficiency: Your appliances will use less money and ultimately save you money on monthly bills.
- Single tank design: Because of its space-saving design, you’re left with more options in terms of where you want your system to be installed.
Choose Ben Franklin Plumbing for Water Softeners & Treatment in Tampa
Because of our years of experience, the team at Ben Franklin Plumbing is equipped with a highly trained and skilled staff, high-tech equipment, and up-to-date tools needed to assist you with all of your water treatment needs. We aim to serve you professionally and efficiently, getting the job done right the first time!
Contact the team today if you need a water treatment installation or are ready for routine plumbing services at your Tampa, FL home.
Water Softener & Treatment FAQs
What is hard water?
Hard water is water that has a high mineral content such as calcium and magnesium that eventually forms limescale, a chalk-like deposit that can leave buildup on appliances such as boilers, dishwashers, and washing machines. The presence of hard water can potentially ruin your appliances.
Does Tampa have hard water?
Because the water in Tampa comes from the ground and groundwater is full of minerals, it is officially considered to be hard water.
Do I need a water softener in my Tampa-area home?
You don’t technically need a water softener in your home considering using hard water doesn’t actually harm you, but it is a great option if you want to get rid of the frustrations that come with it—on top of saving you money in the long run!
How do you treat hard water?
The treatment needed for hard water depends on what you’re setting out to do: remove the minerals for all of your home’s water or treat the water in specific areas of your home. The systems listed above provide you with different options to best fit your needs!