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3 Signs Your Water Softener Is in Need of a Repair or Replacement July 14, 2016

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3 Signs Your Water Softener Is in Need of a Repair or Replacement, Canyon Lake, Texas

Water softeners are a valuable piece of plumbing, and luckily, they require little maintenance. With just some simple cleaning and regular check-ups, water softeners can last years with no issues. If not performed, problems can happen, and if you want to stay on top of them, you need to know how to spot the warning signs of faulty water softeners.

To help you stay on top of your softener, your local plumber at Don’s Plumbing in Spring Branch, TX, shares these three easy-to-spot symptoms of broken water softeners:

  • Murky Dishes: Have you noticed your dishes lacking their usual luster? Minerals in hard water will leave cloudy spots and deposits on glassware. Contact a plumber if you notice your dishes remaining dirty after washing.
  • Water SoftenerNon-Lather Soap: Hard water makes it difficult for soap to lather. If you notice trouble getting soap sudsy when bathing or washing your hands, hard water could be the problem.
  • Dry Skin: Hard water is rougher on skin than regular, soft water. If your skin is itchy and dry after bathing, you may have hard water.

If you notice any of the above issues, contact your residential plumber at Don’s Plumbing in Spring Branch, TX. If you’d like to learn more about their plumbing services, visit their website. Give them a call at (830) 964-4477 if you have any questions about water softeners or if you’d like to schedule an appointment. You can also like them on Facebook for more helpful tips and the latest updates.

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