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NH Hard Water Problems

And Treatment Solutions for New Hampshire Water Hardness

Suffering with hard water problems? Wondering why your laundry feels harsh and scratchy, or why it’s so hard to rinse the sticky, soapy film from your skin during a shower? Frustrated because your dishes always seem spotty?

Capital Well Clean Water Center can help. We provide the right hard water solution for your situation. With over 30 years of industry experience, we know how to solve hard water problems, so you don’t have to!

Hard water is one of the most common problems in New Hampshire homes. But what is it, and what makes it so pervasive? Is it harmful to your health? Perhaps most importantly, how can you soften your water to eliminate these pesky issues?

Elements of Hard Water

Water hardness is a result of excess calcium and magnesium in surface water and ground water. The existence of either element, or both, in your drinking water or well is what causes the water to be “hard.” Calcium and magnesium are naturally occurring minerals that come from sedimentary bedrock, affecting many private water supplies in New England areas.

Problems Caused by Hard Water

While hard water is not hazardous to drink, nor is it harmful to your health in any way, it can be a pain to deal with in everyday situations. The hardness elements can be difficult to remove from clothing during a wash, not only making them appear dingy but also damaging the fibers. Hard water can leave hair feeling tough and brittle after a shower, and it can also leave soap scum residue in rings around the bathtub. Even worse, significant buildup of lime scale can damage plumbing and fixtures, leading to expensive future repairs.

A recent study also stated that hard water can cause a multitude of skin issues and eczema especially in babies and young children whose skin is more sensitive to elements. “Our study builds on growing evidence of a link between exposure to hard water and the risk of developing eczema in childhood. It’s not yet clear whether calcium carbonate has a direct detrimental effect on the skin barrier, or whether other environmental factors directly related to water hardness, such as the water’s pH, may be responsible.” Dr Carsten Flohr said. Read more on this study here, and a recent article posted on the subject by clicking here.

Hard Water Solutions

The professionals at Capital Well Clean Water Center are committed to delivering tried and true hard water solutions to New Hampshire residents. Our services are built upon a reputation of trust and excellence that we’ve established for over 30 years. Let us show you how a whole-house water softening system can enhance the quality of your home life by eliminating the frustrations caused by hard water.

Solve Your Hard Water Problems Today!

For a hard water consultation, or to schedule your annual well water test to help keep your systems clean and clear of harmful contaminants, call (800) 924-1192 today. We’ll solve your hard water problems in no time!

Let us help you to get the best quality water in your home while making sure NH kids have food security when returning to school this year. To support Drinking Water Awareness Month, Capital Well will donate 10% off all water treatment to the Backpack Program through September!

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