When placing water filter tank on pad or on a leveled area, make sure you don't walk the tank into place, rather, lift it into place. Walking into place may shift your pad or level area, which can unlevel or make it out of line. Lift it and set it directly on the pad and then adjust if necessary.
It's important to take the time to prep the pads or area where the filtration tanks will set. The surface needs to be uniformed and smooth to prevent leaning. Once they fill with water, if the surface below is not level, the tanks can become top heavy and add more stress on your plumbing. This can lead the tanks to falling over and potentially break your plumbing connections.
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Getting a water filtration system may require an initial investment. The system will use electricity, you will have to purchase salt and get the system serviced. The biggest savings will come from your plumbing appliances. The appliances will operate much better on soft water. Hard water can make them run inefficiently and will force your hot water heater to run at a higher temperature.
High quality water is good not only for you, but your home as well. Improving water quality with a
water purification system can reduce your families chance of illness and can ensure your home appliances run more efficiently. Quality water can cut the amount of laundry and dish washing detergent by half, saving your money.
There are a lot of good reasons to soften your home’s water as hard water problems can wreak havoc on your plumbing, appliances and even your hair and skin. Here are some signs:
Your Water Tastes or Smells Funny
You’re Getting Strange Stains on porcelain