Clearfield, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/23/2019 -- As the top-rated provider of salt-free water softening systems across the country, NuvoH2O understands that many people only consider water purification when it comes to their drinking water. Now, the company is advising that "hard" water can also be very harmful to the appliances around the house, as well.
Water that has a higher-than-normal number of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, is considered "hard" water—and it's quite common. In fact, an estimated 85% of the homes in the United States are in danger of having hard water as their source of this basic necessity. As water travels underground and through pipes, elements and other minerals can contaminate the water.
While it may not be harmful to use for cooking, hard water can do a lot of damage to sinks, washing machine, hot water heaters, and many other appliances that consume water to operate. It can even leave a disgusting stains and residue, known as scale, on glasses and pots, even after they've been washed.
Turning to NuvoH2O can help homeowners purify water as it enters their home for much cheaper, and in a more environmentally friendly manner than using a salt-based softener, which requires power at all times. It can also help them save money from using less detergent and soap.
Anyone interested in more information on NuvoH2O or how their home salt-free water softening system works can head over to their website at https://www.nuvoh2o.com/ or call them at 877-688-6426 today.
NuvoH2O is the top choice for homeowners looking to purify their home's water source without spending a lot of money on salt, electricity and other costly chemicals that are required to operate a salt-based softener. NuvoH2O's salt-free softener systems are used by homes and commercial properties across the country to provide clean and healthful salt-free soft water. For more information, please visit their website at https://www.nuvoh2o.com/.
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