Water Expert Andy Ball: Water Softeners


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I have very hard water and high Iron. What kind of softener do I need?

To offer a proper and accurate recommendation for any system(s) needed to correct your water problems, we need current and accurate water test results and assess your plumbing.

Public water suppliers have the information available to you by simply calling them and requesting to know the level of Hardness, Iron and pH of your water. If you have a private well, simply call us to schedule a water test for free at 862-354-7698.

Andy Ball
862-354-7698

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