SoPhTec Residential Water Conditioning System
In many houses we service with expensive salt type water softeners they
still have water deposits and some have so much salt and other stuff in them that they will make the showers white or leave a white film. At our website www.davetheenviromentalguy.com
we recommend the SoPhTec Residential Water Conditioning System. This system greatly reduces hard water deposits
and cleans out the scaling in the pipes that can clog the pipes with hard water deposits. It works best with copper and pvc pipes.
The SoPhTec system does all this without the expense or inconvenience of handling bags of salt and with absolutely no ongoing maintenance cost.
This system cost $379.00 + sales tax & shipping, it is not available at our online store so please call our office to place your order. (408) 436-0470.
During these hard times many company's will promise "polished" marble, some like us will use diamond pads to polish it back to a factory shine and others will use a system that is fast and inexpensive though does not last very long, this is called crystallization which is used with steel wool. This process is used in Las Vegas because the stone can be polished and walked on in minutes. Plus they replace their floors about every five to ten years. The problem with doing it in this way is that it attacks the stone, changing it's compound. The result is that over time the stone is unable to breath and can cause the stone to fracture. Fred Hueston is the top restoration expert in the United States and abroad. He has a great blog on this subject. I encourage you to read his blog and other publications referenced there. This information will help you understand more about natural stone and what is happening in the industry. Fred is the first restoration expert to educate on the care of natural stone and many standards in the industry. Some of the information on my websites was provided by Fred Hueston. He has been a colleague and a friend for many years. Our goal with the monthly newsletter is education to help our clients protect and maintain their investment. So let's keep the education going. Fred's blog can be found at the following link: http://thestonedude.blogspot.com/2008/04/re-crystallization-revistied.html