Deciding on the right water softening system for your home shouldn't be a chore. Do you care most about getting an affordable water softener system, a low-maintenance system, or the system with the best technology? Whatever your priority, or whether you are buying or renting, you're sure to find something for your needs and budget.
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For those who want the best value.
For those who want a low-maintenance system that is also aesthetically pleasing.
For those who want even more pure water.
Big box store and bargain systems regenerate on a daily schedule. Instead, we include electronic meters which measure water use patterns and intelligently regenerate the tank when needed. You get the benefit of reduced consumption of both water and salt.
All of our softener systems have an integrated control bypass valve to take the water softener out of the main water line. You won't need this often, but it's a lifesaver during maintenance.
All water softener units include a separate salt brine tank in addition to the filtering tank. Using two tanks prevents corrosion and bridging (where the salt forms a layer above the water of the brine tank, preventing the salt from dissolving) - common conditions in single-tank units.
All our installed water softeners come with 100 lbs of solar salt - salt which is free of impurities and ready to use. With normal usage, this salt will last for your first 2 months. For monthly salt delivery, check out our salt route service.
There's no reason to worry about when to replace your water softener tank, nor any reason to dread an annoying 'low salt' sound. Our No-Hassle softener package includes a visual alarm when it's time to refill the brine tank.
We will make repair calls without additional fees for any water softener system for 5 years from the purchase date. Bargain systems are covered for only 1 year of labor. This warranty coveres all parts for the value and meter, plus in-tank parts like the media, brine safety value, and air check/pick-up tube.
Both the resin and brine tank bodies have a 10 year warranty against any holes or leakage from corrosion or defect (except the Bargain systems, which have a 5 year warranty).
Unlike many in the industry, our service techs do not receive a commission on how much they can sell you. Their goal is to ensure your satisfaction with your water. Happy customers are our business!
The lease term is a minimum of 12 months. Rates for your leased equipment never increase. There is also a purchase option in the lease - you will receive up to 6 months of lease payments towards the original purchase price.
There is no upfront cost with softener systems which are replacing an existing system or installed in homes pre-plumbed for softeners (except the Bargain 'L1' system, which has a $75 minimum installation charge). There is initial installation fee on on specialized systems or if excess plumbing is needed. After our installation assessment, you will always be provided with an upfront statement of any costs
We offer salt delivery services in the Indianapolis metro area. The cost is $7.99 per 50 lb bag of solar salt. There is a $5.00 delivery charge.
With the salt service, we will fill the salt tank for you and inspect it for any maintenance needs. It's cheaper than getting salt at the gas station, plus you get the peace of mind knowing your softener system is being checked by our expert techs!
Currently, the only water softener systems which have an app do not meet our standards for quality and relability.
We are actively working with our manufacturing partners to obtain the latest quality technology, which we expect will include an app upgrade in the future.
Yes, you can install the softener yourself. We do offer wholesale pricing for the softeners if they are picked up and self-installed. Contact us for more information regarding prices.
However, there will be no labor or service warranty provided for self-installed systems. These systems do carry the manufacturers warranty on parts.
Since every well can differ, we recommend an on-site water analysis for hardness, iron, and sulfur. We provide this service at no charge.
For more problematic water, a county board of health can do an in-depth water analysis. Once the report is finalized, we have a variety of options to solve any problem.
A household water softener treats your whole house's water, while reverse osmosis systems typically treat individual faucets for drinking water. A softener system prevents scale build-up in appliances, like your washing machine and dishwasher, as well as on your shower heads.
Whole-house reverse osmosis systems are very expensive, and they're not always ideal. For instance, running pure RO water through copper piping can cause leaks by corroding the pipes. Also, two gallons of raw water are required to produce one gallon of RO water, resulting in a doubled water bill. Finally, the RO process is not necessary to filter out chlorine, iron, or hardness - a softener system can accomplish these goals.