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Question DetailsAsked on 2/11/2016

Who services soft water systems in Denison, TX 75020

Can a soft water system not working properly make two water heaters fail?

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Water Treatment is your Search the List category for vendors/installers.

And to your answer, especially in really hard or corrosive water areas - yes. Here is another prior question with answer which might help you -

With the exception of extremely corrosive water (rare) with a high Langolier index, which can "cleanly" corrode tanks, "hard" water damage to the tanks will normally show up as white flakey lime or rusty iron/manganese coming out when you drain the tanks annually (or twice annually in very bad waer areas). If the drainage water comes out clean every time and your Langolier index is not unusually high on a water test, then premature failure could be from improper (or missing) tank grounding causing electrolytic corrosion of the tank - commonly causes deterioration of the pipes entering and exiting the tank, especially at the dielectric couplings if you have them.

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