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Did your water softener stop using salt?

Do you notice spots on your glassware?

These are just a few signs that something may not be right with your system. Our certified technicians are trained in the most advanced diagnostic techniques in the industry.

We offer AWARD WINNING SERVICE for all brands of water softeners, filters, and purifiers.

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Brands We Service

  • Aquamatic
  • AquaPure
  • Aqua Queen
  • Autotrol
  • Brassmaster
  • Bruner
  • Commers
  • Culligan
  • Econominder
  • Ecowater
  • Erie
  • Fleck
  • Fleet Farm
  • GE
  • Hague Water
  • Hellenbrand
  • Hydrotech
  • Kenmore
  • Lindsay
  • Magic Water
  • McKay
  • Meadowbrook
  • Minnesota Water
  • Miracle
  • Morton
  • Nimbus
  • Northland
  • Osmonics
  • Park International
  • Peerless
  • Penny’s
  • Rainsoft
  • Robert B. Hill
  • Sears
  • Servisoft
  • Structural
  • Surge
  • Taplin
  • Technetic
  • US Filter
  • Wards
  • WaterCare
  • WaterBoss
  • Water Doctor
  • Water Factory
  • Water King
  • Whirlpool
  • Worthington

Popular Water Softener Service Articles

Water Softener Resin is critical for Water Softener performance.  How long do softeners last?  That depends a lot on resin.  Learn how long softener resin lasts, why it breaks down, and what you can do about it:
The Hard Life of Water Softener Resin

Having problems with a Water Softener you bought from Home Depot (GE), Sears (Kenmore), Lowes (Whirlpool), Walmart (Morton)?  These systems all use the same design and parts.  They also have the same problems.  Check out this article on common water softener service:
From the Field: Common Problems with “Big Box Water Softeners”

Hardness, Iron, Dirt, and Sediment can accumulate inside a Water Softener or Water Filter.  This “crud” needs to be thoroughly flushed out for a system to keep working.  Read why drain lines are so important to water equipment:
Water Softener Service – Is Your Drain Line the Problems

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