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Water softeners

Postby raycyrx » Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:55 pm

Just had a technician visit about my clogged softener, and he told me the resin tank needs to be replaced for $600. I paid only $350 for the unit and installed it myself.

He says the bad water going into the softener is what has clogged the resin tank. This tells me that softeners on South Bend city water throw away items after a few years (this one is only four or five years old.)

Anyone else have any experience or wisdom to share on the subject? I'm thinking I'll replace the unit over the holidays, but want input before I do so.
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Re: Water softeners

Postby raycyrx » Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:37 am

OK... let's come at this from a different direction.

Anyone RENT a water softener from Culligan? What has been your experience?
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Re: Water softeners

Postby bdcbbq » Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:31 pm

All I know is that I stay away from http://www.bauerwater.com/main.html. I don't trust anyone with that DNA lineup.
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Re: Water softeners

Postby Bingo » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:19 pm

Try AIM water softners. Tx. 255-4246....
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