Boerne Water Softener Company Serving Cordillera Ranch & the Texas Hill Country
Struggling with hard water? So are most of your neighbors in Boerne, Fair Oaks Ranch and the rest of the Texas Hill Country. Water in the San Antonio area is rated as some of the hardest water in the United States. With much of our water flowing through underground beds of limestone, it’s not surprising that your water has a high mineral content. Unfortunately, these minerals can wreak havoc on your home’s plumbing. Installing a water softener can help protect your Boerne home hard water.
Getting Soft Water
How a Water Softener Works
Water softeners use sodium from water softener salts to draw calcium and other hard minerals out of the water. These hard minerals are flushed from the water and not allowed to travel the plumbing in your home. The result is softer water without calcium, magnesium or other “hard” minerals.
Providing water softener repair & installation for Boerne & the Texas Hill Country
Bergheim, Boerne, Bulverde, Comfort, Fair Oaks Ranch, Helotes, Leon Springs, Shavano Park, Sisterdale, Stone Oak and Timberwood Park
Do You Need a Water Softener?
Signs of Hard Water in Your Home
- White spots on your glassware
- White limestone buildup on and around plumbing fixtures
- White stains in the bottom of your dishwasher
- Mineral buildup in the bottom of water kettles or coffee pots
- Soap scum build up on tubs and showers or sinks
- Skin that feels dry and itchy after bathing
- Clothes that feel stiff after washing
Why Install a Water Softener?
Benefits of Installing a Water Softener in Your Home
- Clean, shiny glassware and flatware
- Extended life for you plumbing faucets and fixtures
- Extended life for your water kettle and other small appliances
- Extended life for your home water heater
- Less scale and mineral buildup in drains
- Softer clothes that retain their colors longer
- Energy efficiency from appliance that aren’t fighting mineral build up
- Easier Cleaning – everything from shower doors, to tub scale, to kitchen appliances
Finding the Right Water Softener
How to Choose the Right Water Softener System for Your Home
It’s important to install the right water softener for your home. If you choose a system that is too large or that recharges too frequently you may be wasting money and water. On the other hand, if you choose a system that is too small, you may still have to battle hard water.
So, what factors should you consider when choosing a water softener for a home in Boerne and the Texas Hill Country?
1. Water Usage in Your Home
How much water will need to be softened each day? Have you installed a large garden tub that uses lots of water? Include all water used for cooking, drinking, bathing, laundry, toilets, hygiene, and cleaning.
2. Frequency for Water Softener Recharge
Water Softeners should recharge during times when water isn’t being used in the home. That means that at a minimum, a water softener recharge cycle should meet the needs of a single day of water usage. However, it may be beneficial for it to recharge only 1-2 times a week instead.
3. Hardness of the Water in Your Home
A water softener company should always check the water hardness in your home before recommending a water softener. In areas where water is exceptionally hard, like areas in Kendall County with well water, a more “powerful” water softener may be needed.
4. Additional Water Softener Features
Space requirements, smart features, display panels, recharge options, and unit warranties are all additional features you’ll want to take into consideration before you make a decision about which water softener unit to have installed.
Water Softeners come in a variety of options. Our plumbers can help you choose the best water softener for your home.
Give Us a Call
Why Choose Olde Town Plumbing to Install Your Water Softener
Installing a new water softener requires plumbing your house correctly to utilize the new unit. Our knowledgeable professional plumbers make us the Boerne water softener company of choice. We work with you to find the solution that’s right for you, your home and your budget.
We’re hometown folks with our office located at 28550 I-10 W, Ste 2, in Boerne, TX.
Give us a call for a free no obligation estimate. 830-446-5527
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Eliminate foundation damage with timely slab leak detection and reliable plumbing repairs.
Achieve optimal water heater performance through regular maintenance, repair or replacement.
Prevent plumbing emergencies with proactive drain cleaning and drain line repairs or replacement.
Prevent damage to your home by eradicating leaks with flexible PEX water lines or new drain lines.
Conserve water and protect your home with reliable repairs and installation of low-flow toilets.
Enjoy the efficiency of natural gas and propane appliances with expert gas line installation and repair.
Protect your home and family with dependable sewer line inspections, repairs and replacement.
What Sets Us Apart
When you have a plumbing problem, the last thing you want is to deal with a rude service technician. We strive to provide good old-fashioned service like was common in old times. We know our customers are our Hill Country neighbors and friends, and we treat you with the kindness and respect you deserve. We really mean it when we say, “How can we help?”
We value honesty and integrity in our own lives, and we bring those values into our plumbing company as well. When you choose Olde Town Plumbing, you’re choosing plumbers who won’t try to upsell you on products or services that you don’t need. We’ll provide honest evaluations of your plumbing problems, reasonable solutions, and fair pricing for the needed for repairs.
You can count on our plumbing professionals to arrive on time and to work efficiently and competently. To keep your plumbing inconvenience minimal, we’ll give you a call when we’re headed your direction, so you know exactly when to expect us. And with our fully stock service vehicles, we won’t waste your time running back and forth to the home improvement store for parts.