Water Softener Repair in Nashville
Ensuring Your Water Quality Is at Its Best
A water softener serves to remove minerals, like calcium and magnesium, from a home’s water supply that creates what is called “hard water.” Hard water can cause all sorts of issues throughout a home and its plumbing system. Therefore, it’s important to know if your water softener is working properly or not. Our team at 615 Plumbing is committed to providing our customers with unbeatable repair services to ensure that your system works without a hitch!
Schedule a consultation by calling us at (615) 219-2080 or filling out our online contact form today. Our Nashville water softener repair team is always here to help!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I fix my water softener?
The type of repair required to fix your water softener depends on what the diagnosed problem is with the unit. Regardless of the problem at hand, 615 Plumbing has the technicians with the capability and expertise to repair your home’s water softener.
What is the life expectancy of a water softener?
The average life expectancy for a water softener is 10 to 15 years. Once your water softener passes ten years old and begins to need more frequent repairs, a replacement unit should begin to be considered.
How often should a water softener be serviced?
Water softeners should primarily receive service when issues arise. Most water softener manufacturers recommend that their units be serviced at least once a year. Call 615 Plumbing to schedule an appointment with one of our technicians for any service your home’s water softener might need.
How Hard Water Affects You
There are several indications that your water softener is not performing as it should, including:
Dry Scalp or Skin
If you realize that your scalp and skin feel more dry than normal throughout the day, it could be because the water flowing through your showerhead is “hard water.” This indicates that your water softener isn’t working properly and should be looked at by a professional technician.
Faded laundry can also be a sign that your water softener needs to be repaired. If after you have washed your laundry and the colors have faded, it could be due to hard water flowing through your pipes.
In the event that scale builds up in your pipes, the water that flows through those pipes will leave a chalky and gray appearance on your dishes or your other appliances. Scale buildup is often the result of a malfunctioning water softener.
Using Up Shampoo and Soap Quicker than Usual
If you notice you are using more shampoo and soap in the shower than you normally do, your water softener may be to blame. Hard water makes it more difficult to lather shampoo and soap, causing you to use more of it in the shower.
Weak Water Pressure
Another sign that something might be wrong with your water softener is if your plumbing system has weak water pressure. If your water softener isn’t working properly it will allow hard water to flow through your home’s pipes, which can have adverse effects on your plumbing system, affecting its water pressure.
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