Soft Water Plus Blog
When people call the plumber, it is typically due to a blocked drain, leaking faucets or pipes, low water pressure, or even problems with water heaters. One issue that is often overlooked but one that can be costly over time, is allowing your toilet to continue to run.
Have you ever been curious as to the true cost of neglecting water conservation? The average American family uses hundreds of gallons of water each day in their cleaning, cooking and other uses. How much are you willing to give up by betting with water? The following...
Experts can say what they want, but when water flows in seemingly limitless quantities out of the tap and gets trucked to cities in bottles by the ton, it doesn’t always seem like water is something we’re in danger of losing anytime soon. In reality though, water quantity and quality should be a top issue for Americans.
Doctors, nutritionists, and the like tell us that we should be drinking at least eight glasses of water each and every day. However, did you know that the “water footprint” of the average American is 32,911 glasses per day which amounts to 751,777 gallons of water per year? Explore this further as well as other interesting statistics about water usage in this infographic.
We are in a drought and with our ever-growing population increasing daily, the demand for water continues to intensify. The following infographic emphasizes the effects of ignoring water conservation and what happens to those who have limited access to it if household consumers don’t do their part to start bringing down daily water consumption soon.
If you want to get a long life out of your garbage disposal, not only do you need a good unit as well as professional garbage disposal installation, you need to be careful what you put down it. Here is a quick visual of some things you should NOT put down your garbage disposal.
We have all had that dreaded experience when a toilet won’t flush. Typically a plunger will do the trick but not always. Here is an infographic from a UK based plumber that looks at 5 ways you can unclog your toilet if it is backed up.
We would like to assure you in these tough times that since we are an essential business, we are open for business as usual. Our technicians are equipped with gloves, booties and masks to assure the safety of our customers and our staff. We are using proper hygiene techniques and sanitizing our vehicles and tools in accordance to the CDC guidelines.
Empty Shelves? No Water? Limit One Case? Long Lines? Look Familiar? Don’t be caught without safe, high quality drinking water for your family. Soft Water Plus offers our customers the best value on Reverse Osmosis systems in the valley.
Soft Water Plus is happy to introduce two new systems to our product line of quality water treatment equipment. These green systems utilize both proven scale and chlorine reduction technology. These include our Green Fusion Dual Media Whole House Filter/Softener and our Whole House Scale Reduction System.