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A Perfect Pair in San Diego: Tankless Water Heater with Softener

A Perfect Pair in San Diego: Tankless Water Heater with Softener

  • 06 Jul 0

tankless water heater and softener

Did you know that tankless water heaters perform differently depending on the water quality in your home? You might be wondering what water quality has to do with water heating. Allow us to explain. You’ll see why pairing your tankless water heater with softener is one of the best things you can do to maximize efficiency and increase the lifespan of your heater. 

Hard water in San Diego

According to this year’s water quality report, San Diego tap water tests positive for hard water. That means that the water here is rich in minerals and sediments like calcium and magnesium. Over time, these minerals build up as scale on the inner workings of your tankless water system. This residue can impede the flow of water and corrode the metal pipes. With scale from hard water, your tankless system is forced to work overtime to get the hot water through to you.

Removing mineral deposits on a tankless system

Regularly-scheduled maintenance on a tankless effectively removes mineral deposits. Annual descaling and flushing is recommended of course, but it’s better to eliminate these harsh impurities at the source. You’ll find that soft water makes a world of difference in a tankless heater’s performance. What’s more, you’ll extend the life and efficiency of your tankless unit for years to come. 

How does a tankless water heater with softener work?

Water softening is a simple process. First, a filtration system attaches to your tankless system. Then, as municipal water passes through the filter, mineral particles attract to sodium ions. As a result, the sodium ions remain in the filter, leaving you with only the purest, most gentle water possible.

Additional benefits of water softeners in San Diego

Hard water has a number of undesirable effects throughout your home. In addition to scale, hard water causes build up on appliances, faucets and shower heads. It leaves water stains on glasses and silverware. Sadly, clothes and towels also pay the price– laundry comes out feeling stiff and faded. Perhaps the most noticeable effect of hard water is on your skin and hair. Does your skin feel dry and itchy? Does your hair feel brittle and lack luster? It’s safe to say that the culprit is usually hard water from your shower.

Fortunately, water softener will remedy many of these problems. With a whole-house water softener, you’ll enjoy the following benefits:

  • Drinking water looks and tastes betterwater softener benefits
  • Hair and skin feel softer and less damaged
  • Clothing stays colorful and fluffy long after the first wash
  • Your showers, sinks, and tubs will be easier to keep clean
  • Dishes, flatware, and glasses will sparkle
  • Appliances like dishwashers, coffeemakers, and your tankless system will be more efficient and last longer
  • The pipes in your home will be much happier in the long run

Ready to soak up the many benefits of water softener? Contact the experts at Arnett’s to experience the difference. Call now for a free estimate, water test, or descaling appointment.arnett's water systems