Water Softener Elm Grove
Water service to Elm Grove is provided through the City of Brookfield’s water utility so you will see a lot of similarities between the 2 areas when it comes to drinking water. Water that enters your home comes from groundwater that is distributed between 22 wells in the area. It is a natural occurrence for water to pick up contaminants from various places as it flows through the ground and into your home. Know that all water that enters your home is safe to drink, but is likely hard water.
Hard Water in Elm Grove
Hard water does not cause health concerns, but can cause a number of issues inside your home including chalky build-up on fixtures and plumbing, dingy laundry, clouded glassware, dry skin and hair, among others. A water softener for Elm Grove eliminates these concerns and brings you soft water that your home deserves.
Hard Water in Elm Grove
- White chalky buildup on plumbing and is a sign of hard water
- Our GF Series water softeners are the perfect solution for Elm Grove, WI
- Water softeners bring you softer hair and skin, cleaner laundry, shiner dishes, and much more!
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What’s in the water in Elm Grove?
|Contaminant||About the Contaminant||Signs of the Contaminant|
|Hard Water||Although not harmful to your health in small amounts, it can have severely negative effects on appliances causing them to have a short lifespan.||White chalky buildup on fixtures and appliances. Water leaves spots on glasses and dishes.|
|Lead||Lead in water happens from eroded pipes and fixtures. Lead is more common in older homes.||A home water test is required.|
|Radium||Comes from the erosion of natural deposits. This contaminant is a health hazard when present in drinking water.|
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From the Senior Technician in Elm Grove:
How hard is the water in Elm Grove?
Elm Grove sees between 23-24 grains of hardness in their water. Soft water is less than 1 grain of hardness. A water softener helps to bring soft water into your Elm Grove home.
How long does a water softener last?
Typically, water softeners last 18-20 years. If properly cared for and with routine maintenance performed, you could potentially have your water softener for even longer!
Do I need a water softener if I live in Elm Grove?
Elm Grove water is considered “very hard water.” The benefit of a water softener in Elm Grove is to reduce the hard water that enters your home, thus reducing chalky build-up on plumbing fixtures. Having soft water will allow your appliances and fixtures to last to their full potential and reduce buildup. In addition to this, you’ll notice the need for less soap, softer clothes skin and hair, shinier dishes, and several other benefits.
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What people are saying about Guthrie & Frey in Elm Grove
“They are very attentive and responsive. They describe things in a way my wife and I can understand. They have excellent payment options. I would highly recommend.”
“Many thanks to Guthrie and Frey for replacing our water system today. They removed a nearly 20 year old Culligan set of equipment and replaced it in 3 hours with a brand new Iron Curtain and a 40,000 grain softener, and both systems are state-of-the-art and Wisconsin-made. Light years better! Zero pressure to “make a sale” and nothing but professionals from the consultant to the installers. Can’t say enough how awesome it was working with them.”
Guthrie and Frey is my trusty “go to” for water quality. We’ve used them to install R.O. systems in both home and office, and trust them with our home softener and iron curtain systems. Most importantly, they’re honest and won’t try to sell you something you don’t need… I also recommend them to all of my clients in need of water quality solutions.