The water in Plainville is hard. Fixing the problem is easy!
Recently, residents of Plainville, CT received a letter from our local water supplier with some news about the town water. The good news is that the Town of Plainville and State Officials confirmed that our water is completely safe to drink. However, officials confirmed the town contains “hard” water.
What is hard water?
Water described as “hard” simply means that it’s high in dissolved minerals. In particular, the water contains calcium and magnesium. Hard water is not a health risk, but can create a lot of issues and have a significant impact on your wallet.
Hard water has a tendency to cause mineral buildup in water pipes and heating systems. Hard water reduces their efficiency and increases energy costs by as much as 30%.
Hard water reduces the performance and lifespan of your water-related appliances. Washing machines or dishwashers lose efficiency because the minerals bind with soap and detergent to reduce the performance of these appliances. The binding also requires you to use significantly more soap and detergent.
How can SolvIt help fix your hard water concerns?
As a free service to our neighbors in Plainville, we are offering a no cost and no obligation water analysis.
The water analysis provides you with the facts about your home so you can make the appropriate water treatment solutions. Ultimately, the water analysis provides you with peace of mind because you’ll know the status of your home water.
Why is SolvIt helping?
SolvIt Home Services has been locally owned and operated in Connecticut for over 80 years. We know the water in Plainville because we live in Plainville, CT.
Plus, SolvIt remains Connecticut’s premiere EcoWater Dealer and the only authorized installer of EcoWater Systems for Costco Wholesale in the state. EcoWater Systems is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of residential water treatment systems and has been solving water problems with unique, innovative product solutions since 1925.
Give us a call now at 860-544-2466 to schedule your free water evaluation.