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Salt Vs Salt Free Water Softeners

September 20, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

A recent debate that is brought up often after water softeners are which systems are better, the salt based or salt free softeners? Several factors will need to be considered when answering this question. In this installment we will look at how both systems work and what advantages/ disadvantages of each to understand which system… Read more

Types of Salt for Your Water Softener

August 23, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

As a home owner, certain appliances will need to be maintained in order to keep your house running efficiently including your water softener. Regularly, the salt supply will need to be replenished in order to keep hard water from coming into your water system. While out shopping, you may find yourself questioning what the best… Read more

Basic Water Softener Maintenance

July 30, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

Maintenance and service on water softeners is pretty basic when it comes to the world of appliance upkeep.  The exception to this, however, is the initial installation of the water softener.  Determining the water hardness level, regeneration timing parameters, salt to use, and when to refill the salt so the softener can perform properly can… Read more

What Do I Need to Know Before Purchasing a Water Softener?

June 28, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

There are several different options when it comes to treating the water in your home.  The decision on whether you choose to install a water softener, water conditioner, reverse osmosis system, water purification, or water filtration system all comes down to the quality of the water from your tap.  Depending on the minerals and contaminants… Read more

Stain Control for the Rust In Michigan Irrigation Systems

May 23, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

Rust is a common element in water that is flowing through Michigan irrigation systems.  One way that homeowners can ensure that this rust doesn’t cause staining to outdoor furniture, landscaping, or siding is to install a water treatment system that offers irrigation stain control.  Reynolds Water Conditioning Company offers a system that is designed specifically… Read more

Common Signs You Home Needs a Water Softener

April 4, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

There are a number of signs that point to a problem with hard water.  Homeowners with hard drinking water will often notice a smell or taste that is off.  When hard water is present in your home often times the sinks, tubs, and toilets will be stained, family members may begin to complain of dry,… Read more

Answers to The Top 5 Questions About Water Softeners

January 16, 2019 Reynolds Water 0

There are many questions that people have when contemplating the installation of a water softening or filtration unit in their home.  Professional water treatment specialists such as the professionals at Reynolds Water Conditioning can help.  Below you will find the top questions we receive on a regular basis when clients are considering treating their homes… Read more

What’s Better for Your Water: Potassium Chloride (Salt-Fee) or Salt Water Softeners?

November 21, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

There are both advantages and disadvantages to the two types of water softeners commonly purchased: potassium chloride (salt-free) and salt water softeners.   The choice if often based on the area in which you live, the quality of your homes water, and health concerns that may or may not exist. It is important to note that… Read more

The Basics of Choosing the Right Water Softener For Your Home and Family

November 16, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

  Water softeners take bathing to an all new level, especially after accepting and coming accustomed to hard water showers.   If you are ready to bathe in silky smooth water, if you are excited for clear uncolored, smell free water, and if you are anxious to stop cleaning with harsh rust removers, we might just… Read more

Tap Water: Is the Water in My Home Safe to Drink?

September 7, 2018 Reynolds Water 0

All you want to do on a really hot day or after a long, hard workout is to go over to your kitchen sink and fill an extremely large glass with cold tap water!  However, is the water that is coming out of your tap safe to drink? While tap water in the United States… Read more