Water Softeners

Water Softener Installation & Service

Mainline Can Solve Your Hard Water Issues

If you’re using a well as your water source, and your dishwasher fails to thoroughly clean your dishes, you develop a weird rash, or your water heater leaks, these issues may be caused by “hard” water. Hard water contains high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium, which can be problematic  for your water systems, appliances, and personal water use. Homeowners living in Central Florida, which has a fairly shallow water table, are particularly susceptible to hard water in their wells. 

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Treating Hard Water

But don't worry, the dangers posed by hard water can be easily solved with an effective water softener. This water treatment system works through a process known as ion exchange, where it replaces the tough calcium and magnesium minerals with sodium. Due to the salt's weaker ionic charge, the resulting water is significantly softened, eliminating the troubling effects of hard water. Trust Mainline Pump Repair to help you find the right water softener for your home and handle water softener installation to treat your well water and pump system.

Which Water Softener Should You Choose?

There are a few different types of water softeners for homeowners to choose from. The most common one is the salt-based, ion-exchange softener, which uses a weak salt (sodium chloride) to eliminate harmful minerals. Another option is a salt-free water softener, which uses potassium chloride instead of salt. A salt-free water softener won’t remove the most abrasive minerals, but it’s quite effective in preventing mineral buildup.

Another water softener option is a dual-tank system, which offers the advantage of being able to generate softened water in one tank, while the other tank continuously provides fresh, softened water from your well. The dual-tank softener system enables soft water to flow to your household on a constant basis, without having to wait for the original tank to finish treating the hard water.

The Central Florida Well & Pump Service Experts

Beyond water treatment systems, Mainline offers many other services, such as well water testing, water well repair, along with pump repair in Central Florida. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in all manner of well and pump maintenance work, and we’ve been in business for nearly three decades, making us Central Florida’s leading well service provider.

No matter which water softener you chose, you can trust Mainline Pump Repair to help install, service, and maintain this treatment system. We take pride in ensuring our customers have reliable and exceptional service during every one of our visits. We’re even available in emergencies and operate 24/7, 365 days a year. Contact our team now to learn more and set up an appointment.