What is hard water ?

Welcome to the wonderful world of science. Did you know that rain water is naturally soft? It only becomes hard if it percolates through chalk and limestone, dissolving some of the minerals. The hard fact is that many more people in Britain live in hard water areas than soft. Whether you are based in Teddington, Twickenham, Richmond or Hampton – the chances are the same. The granite areas of North and West England have soft water as the naturally soft water passes through hard rocks which do not dissolve. The South and East of England are limestone and chalk regions. This means that they surrender their calcium and magnesium to the natural water supply, creating hard water. As hard water is heated, the calcium and magnesium spread out and create lime-scale on contactable surfaces. Luckily, fitting your home with an Express Softeners product can provide a tonic for this household ailment, leaving you with better well-being, appliances, and savings all round. Simply click the map below for more information… 

 

UK map showing areas of hard & soft water.

Hard-Water-Map

 

 

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