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Water Softener Problems
Owning a water softener can create a variety of problems. Selecting the right type of water softener system is key to eliminating future complications.
The LifeSource Water Softener Alternative is a simple, worry-free environmentally friendly system. LifeSource water softener alternatives don't add salt or chemicals to your water.
Water Softener Maintenance
All water softeners are not the same. LifeSource Water Systems don't require maintenance. Traditional salt based water softeners require regular maintenance. You will need to either clean or add salt to the system. As you can imagine, opening/filling or running out of softener salts only will damage your system over time.
Inconvenience Of A Water Softener
Traditional water softeners use pure salt with iron remover. They require cleaning and refilling. The water runoff is not safe for environmental use once it is treated with salt.
Cost of A Water Softener
Water softener prices are easy to find online and at your local hardware store. Prices can differ based where you buy and the type of water softener you need. Big box hardware store prices range from $350 to $600 dollars. Water softener dealers offer systems in a range of $900 to $7000 dollars.
Water softener installation can typically range from around $400-$3,000. It all depends on how far you install the system from your main water line. A homeowner might receive four estimates ranging from $2,100-$3,500 for total costs for installing a standard water softener in an older home it is not pre-plumbed for a softener unit. Let a LifeSource professional assist you in determining where to install a system for you at the lowest possible cost.