What is Hard Water?
Hard water is a very common issue the Greater Lehigh Valley. Hard water contains a high mineral count and can be caused by groundwater flowing through limestone, leading to increased levels of calcium, magnesium and other contaminants. Hard water has the potential to negatively effect your family, home, appliances, clothes, and more.
Hard Water Problems
Do I Have Hard Water?
Common signs that you may have hard water in your home include:
- Faucets and fixtures are no longer shiny. Instead, they're covered with a white film that is difficult to clean.
- Soap scum on shower doors or in the bathtub.
- Drinking glasses, silverware, and dishes have spots on them.
- Dry skin, itchy scalp, and unhealthy, dull hair.
- You need to use a lot of soap to get suds (you should only need to use a dime-size amount of shampoo and body wash!).
- Laundry is not very bright, soft, or fresh-smelling.
- Water takes awhile to heat up or you’ve had to replace water-using appliances prematurely, like water heaters.
Luckily, you can do something about your hard water! Our free water test tests for hardness, so you can find out just how hard your water is. From there, we will recommend water softening systems that will finally take care of your hard water.
Featured Water Softener
The EcoWater Water Refiner
The EcoWater Water Refiner System is the next generation of water softeners. This refiner removes hardness, chlorine, sediment and improves water taste using half the salt of other softening systems. This system is highly recommended for those with public water.
Pam D. via Google
"We are so happy with the results of our Long's EcoWater System! I didn't realize how hard our water was until it was tested - and what a difference the treatment makes! Now, our glassware sparkles, wash is brighter, hair is bouncier, skin is softer, hard water stains are gone. Long's staff and technicians were helpful and professional during the entire process from scheduling the consultation through installation.
I wish I had called Long's sooner!" - Pam D. via Google