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Tips For Buying A Water Softener


Make Sure You Have Hard Water That Needs Softening First and foremost, you should make sure that your home has hard water to begin with. Hard water is defined as one that has more hardness minerals than one grain per gallon – which can be tested easily.


Determine How Much Softened Water You Need Daily Buying a water softener is not an easy decision, especially with all those different models out there. So, make sure to determine whether it should be fully manual, semiautomatic or fully automatic – all based on the needs of your household daily and the output of all the equipment you are reviewing.


Is it Necessary to Remove Iron and Manganese If your water softener is salt-based, make sure to see if the salt may cause health problems for you, mostly because of the sodium salts and the possibility of overloading your septic system.


Review the Cost of Installation The price of a water softener is not the same when you see it – and when you add the installation cost to it. So, make sure to not be ripped off by the company that does the installation and negotiate the price accordingly.


See if You Are Willing to Maintain it Water softeners need maintenance. Even if you get a fully automatic one, maintenance is still necessary – and it basically includes restocking the salt supply for the brine solution and cleaning the brine tank periodically.


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Tips For Buying A Water Softener  

FilterSmart is the leading salt free, non electric whole house water filter company. All systems designed, assembled and shipped in the USA....

Tips For Buying A Water Softener  

FilterSmart is the leading salt free, non electric whole house water filter company. All systems designed, assembled and shipped in the USA....

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