Water Softener Maintenance, Thomasville, NC

Our water softener maintenance service includes a thorough inspection, along with any necessary cleaning.

One of the most common problems associated with water quality in homes across the United States is the presence of certain minerals, which cause hardness. Since hard water can cause significant damage to appliances, clog pipes, leave behind scum, and dry out the skin and hair of those who use it, investing in a solution is often worthwhile. If you have hard water in your Thomasville, North Carolina home, you may have purchased a water softener, a unit that removes the concerning minerals, such as magnesium and calcium. This whole-house treatment system relies on the process of ion exchange, softening the water as it comes through the faucets.

Water Softener Maintenance in Thomasville, North Carolina

What you may not realize is that without the proper care, the unit may not be able to keep up with the demands of the household. Some of the signs that your water softener needs attention include an increase in the hardness of the water, unpleasant odors, and evidence of leaking. You can keep the salt at the proper level to reduce the risk of issues, but more extensive water softener maintenance is also recommended. Most manufacturers of softening equipment recommend water softener maintenance by a skilled professional about once per year.

Our technicians at Baity Plumbing Company can perform this task at your home or business. The process of water softener maintenance includes a thorough inspection, along with any necessary cleaning. If any salt residue builds up, we can remove it to keep the water flowing through the system properly. You can count on us to care for and maintain your unit, prolonging its lifespan and ensuring efficient operation.

Reach out to our team to learn more about our water softener maintenance services, or to schedule an appointment.

At Baity Plumbing Company, we offer water softener maintenance services in Thomasville, Randleman, Wallburg, Jamestown, Asheboro, Denton, Archdale, Trinity, Lexington, High Point, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro, North Carolina.