San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
A & A Plumbing, a San Antonio commercial plumbing contractor that specializes in water purification, recently offered key tips for consumers on how to prevent hard water build up and extend the life of plumbing fixtures. Common problems associated with hard water build up include clogged pipes, the inability to dissolve soap, and lime scale build-up that can ruin appliances.
In an effort to help customers prevent expensive repairs on fixtures and water-using appliances that are damaged from hard water build-up, the water purification specialists at A & A Plumbing recommend that consumers use a water softening system and whole house carbon filters.
By reducing mineral deposits, water softening systems minimize buildup and reduce the risks of clogs and corrosion, extending the life of washing machines, dishwashers, water heaters and other appliances that use water. Hot water heaters can also heat softened water more quickly than hard water, improving efficiency by 22 percent and lowering utility bills.
"San Antonio has some of the hardest water in the United States," said Delena Suarez of A & A Plumbing. "The buildup can make your plumbing fixtures such as your water heater work harder therefore not lasting as long. A water softener will make your water soft and will create a longer life span for all your fixtures."
Whole House carbon filters reduces the chlorine or chloramines and disinfectant by products, reduce chlorine smell. A & A Plumbing said that they have tested the water at several customers' homes where the water that they drink, shower in and wash clothes with has more chlorine than a swimming pool. "It is part of our standard procedure to test the water of our customers while on a service call at no additional cost," Ms. Suarez continued. "Whole House Carbon filters are effective, efficient and eco- friendly."
Another benefit of using Whole House carbon filters and a water softener is that they improve the quality and taste of drinking water. "You will have cleaner, better tasting water from every tap, faucet, and shower," continued Ms. Suarez. "They are more cost effective and convenient that bottled water. When your water tastes great, you'll drink more and that's good for your health."
About the company:
A & A Plumbing's mission is to be the Production, Quality, Service, Technology, and Value-Added leader in all areas of plumbing and bathroom remodel installation. They believe their service should exceed industry standards and be the best value for their customers. They will support their customers by providing a diverse choice of quality products that will enable them to be the leaders in their field and enhance their competitive position. A & A Plumbing will endeavor to serve their customers in such a manner that they will be totally satisfied with their service and will not want to use anyone else for their plumbing needs. They will strive to create and maintain a bond based on integrity, respect and professionalism. For more information visit their website at http://www.aaplumbingtx.com.