WATER SOFTENERS for Myrtle Beach, SC

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Do You Have Hard Water?

Hard water can negatively affect your plumbing system. Call the pros at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains and ask about a water softener installation at 843-417-0071.

When looking at water softener companies, there’s one that you can always trust to do the job right the first time and treat you with the respect you deserve isn’t as tricky as finding a needle in a haystack. PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains is the go-to water softener service company for many residents. We have over 15 years of experience in plumbing, and our technicians are licensed, insured, and fully background-checked.


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Why Install a Water Softener System?

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t think about the water that flows from your taps. But the truth is, the quality of your water can greatly impact your life. Many people in America have hard water, which means the water has a high mineral content. And while this water is generally safe to drink, it can cause a host of problems.

Here are four good reasons to consider installing a water softener in your home.


If you have hard water, you may have noticed that it can leave your skin feeling dry and irritable and your hair looking dull and lifeless. That’s because hard water contains minerals that can strip away natural oils from your skin and hair. Soft water, however, is gentle and won’t strip away those essential oils. So adding a water softener may be a good idea if you want to keep your skin and hair looking their best.


Hard water can be tough on washing machines, dishwashers, faucets, toilets, and even showerheads. That’s because the mineral deposits in hard water can clog up these appliances and fixtures over time and make them less efficient. If you want your appliances to last longer, switching to softer water may help achieve that goal.


Because hard water requires more soap or detergent to clean things, using it can cost you more money in the long run. If you switch to softer, a little soap goes a long watt to keep you clean, meaning you use less.

Have you noticed that your bright new clothes look dull after the first time you wash them? That’s because the minerals in hard water make your clothes dull and stiff and cause the colors to fade almost immediately. Moreover, hard water causes the fabric to wear out more quickly.

Call the plumbing experts at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains today, and let us help you choose a water softener suitable for your needs and budget. If your current water softener isn’t cutting it anymore, ask about our water softener replacement services.

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When to Schedule Water Softener System Repair and Maintenance?

Once you use a water softener, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without one. So, it’s crucial that you keep your system well-maintained, so it works efficiently. However, every water softener needs maintenance and repair at some point.

Here are some signs that it’s time to call a professional water softener repair service:

Your Water Isn't as Soft as It Used to Be

This could be because the resin beads in your water softener need to be replaced.

The Water Tastes Salty

Salty-tasting water typically means there is excess sodium in your water softener. The sodium the water softener uses during the regeneration goes down the drain, but some may get left behind and end up in your drinking water. While this isn't harmful to your health, it could be a problem with the system.

You Use More Soap than Normal

One of the advantages of using a water softener is that you don't have to use as much soap as before. So, if you find that you need more shampoo or soap to get a good lather, it could be that your water softener is failing and needs some TLC.

More Mineral Stains & Deposits

If you notice more spots on your dishes or mineral deposits building up on your fixtures, call a plumber to inspect your system and give it a tune-up.

Your Pipes Are Making Noise

This could be because there is a build-up of minerals in your pipes, which can cause them to make noise when the water flows through them.

If you suspect your water softener isn’t doing the job it used to, call the pros at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains for an inspection.

Whether you need a water softener installation or general plumbing repairs, you can count on PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains. Call us today to schedule an appointment at 843-417-0071.