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What’s the harm in hard water?
Hard water harms nearly every item in your home, leaving mineral deposits and scale build-up on everything your water touches. Hard water is especially tough on plumbing and on water-using appliances, resulting in more repairs and more frequent replacement – and costing Americans billions of dollars a year.


The consequences of hard water in the home:

  • Pipes become clogged with scale, reducing water flow

  • Water heaters scaled with mineral deposits require significantly more energy to heat your water

  • Rust stains on sinks

  • Faucets crusted with hard-to-remove deposits

  • Towels and clothes are dingy and rough

  • Glassware and dishes marred by spots and cloudiness

  • Increased expenses for detergent and other cleaning products

  • More time and effort devoted to cleaning


Enjoy the advantages of conditioned water:

  • Extend the life of your water heater, fixtures, dishwashers, and laundry equipment by years

  • Cut spending on detergents and other cleaning supplies – by as much as half

  • Increased water heater efficiency

  • Clothes are cleaner, softer, and last longer

  • Dishes and glassware will sparkle

  • Eliminate the hassle and expense of bottled water

  • Clean, healthier drinking water

  • Better flavor in coffee, soups and ice cubes

  • Great lather with less soap and shampoo

  • Everything – hair, towels, fruit – rinses cleaner

  • Improved water flow through cleaner pipes

Chemung Soft Water
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