Updated: Mar 7, 2020
NuSoft Water Systems is Local and Builds Water Softeners Specifically Designed to Treat Utah’s Extremely Hard Water.
Utah is a great place to live and raise a family. We have spectacular scenery and remarkable summer & winter activities. Keeping active requires that we stay hydrated. Being active requires we regularly wash our clothes and bodies to keep clean. One disadvantage of living in Utah is the quality of our extremely hard water and its effects on our hydration, our skin and our cleanliness.
What Is Hard Water?
Living in Utah doesn’t mean that you have to be subjected to the ill effects that come from having hard water. At NuSoft Water we are well-prepared to handle the issues that stem from it. Having hard water means it is filled with minerals such as calcium & magnesium. These minerals make water less hydrating, can irritate skin and plug up pores, dry out hair, and can cause large amounts of limescale and build up in your home causing many issues. This buildup is most noticeable where water is most commonly used, such as a coffee pot, your dishwasher, toilets & bathtubs and glass shower walls. Hard water can make it difficult to get yourself clean in the shower and leaves calcium and magnesium buildup that dries on your skin making it dry and irritable. Hard water clogs pipes and ruins appliances. Anywhere water is heating and cooling down generates this buildup including the water heater, washing machine and dishwasher greatly shortening their life expectancy.
Why Install a Water Softener?
With the installation of a Nusoft water softener, you can enjoy the benefits of crystal-clear dishes, softer clothes, and less irritated skin. Appliances work more efficiency and last longer, saves you money on soaps and cleaning aids, appliance replacement and energy consumption. With less solids in the water is also becomes more hydrating and better for your body.
NuSoft Water Softeners in Utah
There are two primary methods used for treating hard water in Utah. The most efficient type of softener for Utah’s hard water uses a salt-based ion exchange. The other type is a water conditioner that puts a negative static electric charge on these minerals so they reflect from surfaces. Salt free water softeners/conditioners that do not use salt don’t work in Utah because our calcium and magnesium content are so high. These systems do not remove the calcium or magnesium, so when the water dries you’ll still see the same build up.
We have many water softener options on our website. Whether you need a water softener system or would like to find out more about our filtration options, we have options for every home and budget.