The seaside town of Bognor Regis can be found less than an hour south of London. The town itself is one of the earliest recorded by the Anglo-Saxons, with the name ‘Bucgan ora’, meaning ‘Bucge’s landing place’, recorded as early as 680 AD. The town of Bognor was a small village centred around fishing up until the 1900s when Sir Richard Hotham, an English property developer, decided to convert it to the much-loved seaside resort it is today. In order to further boost tourism, the suffix ‘Regis’, meaning ‘of the King’, was added to the town’s name in the mid-1900s. The town has a rich maritime history from its days as a port and has several floating pontoon wrecks of the Mulberry Harbour that the British intended to transport to Normandy before the D-Day landings on 6th June 1944. Due to damage during transport, the wrecks could not be transported to Normandy, but instead were allowed to wash up on the shore around the area.
Due to the closeness of the Dorset Downs and other areas of lime and chalk rock formations, Bognor Regis is an district particularly affected by hard water. The calcium and magnesium ions dissolved in the water, the constituents that make the water hard, often wreak havoc on the pipes and water inlets found in both industrial and residential settings. These problems can be solved, though, by installing water softeners in and around Bognor Regis. Our teams of qualified water softener installers are ready and waiting to solve all of your hard water woes. We’ve installed many water softeners in Bognor Regis, so why not give us a call for a professional and expert consultation today? Our legendary customer service can’t be beat!
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