Buckinghamshire Among Hardest Water Areas

Buckinghamshire has been confirmed as one of the areas of the UK with the hardest water, a new survey has shown. A new chart published by Homecure Plumbers has given a breakdown of where the softest and hardest tap water is to be found in England and Wales, although...

How To Remove Limescale From Your Taps

Depending on where you live, the water that comes from your tap may be hard or soft. Both are different, and hard water can cause some issues for your home. Because hard water has travelled through layers of minerals, it can sometimes cause problems for your taps....

Is Hard Water Better For You Than Soft Water?

As rainwater falls from the sky and lands on the ground, it soaks into the soil, slowly seeping down to the water table. On its journey, it absorbs minerals as they dissolve in the water, meaning that this high mineral content water has can potentially reach our...

How To Tackle Limescale In The Home

Living in a hard water area can cause limescale to build up, which can cost up to £180 a year in the replacement of damaged appliances, as well as the need for enhanced cleaning procedures. From descaling kettles to showerheads, there are ways of cleaning the damage...

How To Get Rid Of Limescale

If you live in an area that has hard water coming out of the taps, you may well find that you have to deal with limescale, a buildup of calcium and magnesium minerals, at some point in the future.  Limescale can affect the taste of your water, so it’s important to...

Hard Water Can Add £180 A Year To Your Heating Bill

If you live in a hard water area it could be costing your household an extra £180 a year on your heating bills, according to new research. 13 million households suffer from hard water, and it can cause 1.5mm of limescale to accumulate within internal plumbing over the...