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Residential Softners

Many people who buy bottled water do so because their tap water doesn't taste or smell good, or because they suspect it's polluted in some way.  For those people with iron filled water that yellows laundry and fixtures, or calcium laden water that coats pots and bathroom fixtures, an in-home treatment system is a logical step.

If you suspect there is a problem with your water, it is probably a good idea to have your water tested.  Your local water supplier can provide you with results from required government testing regarding bacteria and contaminants. 

Many areas have what is called "hard water" - or water with calcium & magnesium in it, or maybe some iron present.  Hard water can counter the cleansing activity of household soaps and detergents, as well as leave spots on dishes and bathroom fixtures.  These problems can be remedied with an in-home treatment system.

We offer a variety of quality softners with either a timer or a usage meter to operate the regeneration cycle.

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We have installed many water softners and iron filters over the years, and have an understand of how they work, and how water systems are designed and work in this area.  This system has a pre-filter before the softner.

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A Reverse Osmosis system under the sink.

All of our softners use a Fleck valve, considered to be the best in the industry.  They all come with a manual bypass.  You have a choice of either a time controlled system or a metered system.  The timed system regenerates on a schedule, whereas the metered system will regenerate when a certain amount of water is used.

If you should have questions about your water purification needs, please contact us at service@kauffmanplumbing.com or call us at (330) 453-9103.



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Last modified: May 24, 2002