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Hydro Express Water Softener 30 Plus Alkaline Mineral 6-Stage RO System Value Bundle Hydro Express Water Softener 30 Plus Alkaline Mineral 6-Stage RO System Value Bundle
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Hydro Express Water Softener 45 Hydro Express Water Softener 45
Sale price$649.00 USD
Hydro Express Water Softener 30 Hydro Express Water Softener 30
Sale price$549.00 USD
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SOFTENER-60 AUTO BACKWASH WATER SOFTENER - 60,000 GRAIN SOFTENER-60 AUTO BACKWASH WATER SOFTENER - 60,000 GRAIN
Sale price$1,836.95 USD Regular price$2,763.00 USD

What exactly does a water softener do?

A water softener aims to remove hardness causing materials from water by using a salt based tank that extracts hard minerals from water before it is sent throughout the home. Water softener systems are proven to be an extremely effective method of reducing hard water effects and lime buildup both internally in pipes and plumbing fixtures, as well as externally on dishes, sinks, skin, hair, clothing, etc.

Are water softeners really worth it?

APEC Water Softeners use advanced automatic adjustments to reduce the waste of energy, salt, and water, ultimately reducing costs and overall environmental impact. Another financial and environmental bonus of using a water softener is the ability to use 50% less of soaps and detergents in everyday water chores. 

Some may wonder “Is it okay to drink softened water?”,  so long as there are appropriate sodium levels, water from a water softener is safe and even preferred by some. Many believe water softeners actually improve the taste of their drinking water.

What type of water softener should I choose?

There are a few different factors that will help determine which water softener system is right for you. The size of water softener will depend on the size of your home or facility, and the volume at which water is being used. The larger the home and water usage levels the higher the water softener’s grains per gallon should be – grains per gallon being the measurement for overall water hardness.

Things to keep in mind when installing a water softener

Water softeners do need to be connected to the home’s water supply and plumbing system, requiring the installation to be performed by a licensed plumber, usually under the supervision of a general contractor. Costs will vary depending on the water softener system type, and the accessibility of the home’s water supply and plumbing systems. The water softener system may require occasional maintenance and water testing, which depending on the severity of the issues can be carried out either by the homeowner themselves, or for more complex issues, a water treatment specialist.

Overall, water softeners are extremely effective in providing quality water for the whole home. Explore APEC’s top of the line water softeners to meet your home water needs today.