Water Softeners & Water Treatment Systems in Livingston County
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Water Softener System Installation & Repair in Livingston County
Since 1976, our team has been trusted and recommended throughout the community for providing high-quality, reliable services. Our water softener team specializes in water treatment and can handle everything from repairs to installations and replacements. Our team of certified technicians will impress you!
What Are the Benefits of Installing a Water Softener?
Water softener systems can be an invaluable addition, especially in areas where hard water is a problem. Essentially, water softeners use a process known as ion exchange. While you don’t need to know the exact science of how this process works, you should know the innumerable benefits to it.
When you purchase a water softener, you can benefit from:
- Better-tasting water
- Cleaner dishes, cars, and plumbing fixtures
- Softer hair and smoother skin
- Less money wasted on soap and shampoo
- Softer clothes with brighter colors
- Longer life span for water-using appliances
- Crystal-clear water
A plentiful source of clean, fresh-tasting water is surely a luxury that you can have in your own home. We are proud to help residents of Livingston County and the surrounding areas to address any concerns they might have over water quality and finding ways to improve it.
Water Softener Installations in Livingston County
Are you frustrated with hard water in your Livingston County home? At AAA Service Network, we can help. We offer water softener installations throughout the Livingston County area, and our experts can help you choose the best water softener for your needs. We offer the latest systems with environmentally friendly technologies that reduce salt use by up to 50%.
In a matter of a few hours, our technicians can install your new water softener, typically on the main freshwater line for whole-home plumbing system protection. Other installation options exist for those concerned about sodium intake, such as hot water line installations. The cost to install a water softener will depend on the price of the system, the complexity of the installation, and the costs for labor and materials.
How Do Water Softeners Work?
Hard water is caused by calcium and magnesium that naturally become dissolved in the groundwater as it passes through the earth into an aquifer or well. These minerals can accumulate on the inside of pipes and fixtures, reducing water flow, and they can also cause other problems like staining, skin irritation, and reduced lathering in soaps.
Water softeners are designed to remove calcium and magnesium by replacing them with sodium during an ion exchange process. It uses negatively charged resin beads and a mixture of salt, or sodium chloride, to do this. Because both calcium and magnesium have strong positive charges, and the water softening beads are negatively charged, the undesired minerals are pulled from the water, and sodium, with its weaker positive charge, is free to replace them. Once the system has removed large amounts of minerals, it is flushed and recharged with sodium to continue operating effectively.
Is Soft Water Safe to Drink?
The water softening process increases the amount of sodium in the water, which may be concerning to anyone on a low-salt diet. The actual amount of sodium in softened water, however, is about 30 mg per 8 ounces of water, far less than the 120 mg found in a glass of milk.
Softened water is perfectly safe to drink, with the most abundant sources of both salt and natural minerals being the food that you eat. To learn how a water conditioner can help your home, contact AAA Service Network today!
What Are the Signs You Have Hard Water in Your Livingston County Home?
- Soaps won’t lather
- Stains on dishes and utensils after cleaning
- Buildup and soap scum around plumbing fixtures (faucets, showerheads, and drains)
- Dry or irritated skin (particularly after taking a shower or bath)
- Stiff or rough clothing after washing
How AAA Service Network Can Help Solve Your Livingston County Home’s Hard Water Problem
At AAA Service Network, we proudly provide water softener services to people throughout Southeast Michigan, including Howell, Plymouth, Brighton, Hartland, Ann Arbor, and the surrounding areas. No matter which solution you have or need, you can count on us to deliver.
Consider these seven reasons to give our team a call today:
- We have been delivering exceptional service since 1976.
- Our green technology uses 50% less salt.
- We provide a one-year warranty for all of our repairs.
- We have several special financing offers available with approved credit.
- We provide complimentary quotes on installations.
- All of our technicians are educated and certified!
Our softeners have the best warranty in the business!
Additional Water Treatment Solutions in Livingston County
AAA Service Network offers a variety of water treatment solutions, including:
- Water softener installation
- Water softener repair
- Reverse osmosis purified drinking water systems
- Iron and manganese removers (for rusty water)
- Ultraviolet water disinfection systems
- Activated carbon filters
- Water conditioning systems
- High-efficiency salt saver systems
- Rust stain preventers
What You Can Expectwhen you work with us
-Edward Copp, Owner
“ My tank-less Hot Water heater needed maintenance. AAA Service Network was willing to help me out. The whole process was professional and painless...”-Beth Schroeder
Livingston, Washtenaw, W Wayne,
SW Oakland and S Genesee Counties
Howell | Brighton | Plymouth | Ann Arbor | Novi | Fenton | Northville
Canton | South Lyon | Pinckney | Hartland | Milford | Whitmore Lake | Dexter
W Wayne, SW Oakland and
S Genesee Counties
Howell | Brighton | Plymouth | Ann Arbor
Novi | Fenton | Northville | Canton
South Lyon | Pinckney | Hartland
Milford | Whitmore Lake | Dexter