Water Softener Installation and Repair
Water supplies sometimes include minerals and salts that not only taste bad, but also can damage pipes, plumbing fixtures, and other devices. A water softener removes unwanted minerals from the water supply. Go Green Express Home Services is one of only two companies in the Hudson Valley that have been certified to sell the Sanitizer® by WaterRight®.
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American Plumber Heavy Duty, Whole House Water Filter
WaterRight® Impression Series Water Softeners
WaterRight® Sanitizer® Series
WaterRight® Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems
WaterRight® Ultra Violet Water Treatment Systems
Everpure® Pro Series
WATER SOFTENER SERVICES
How Water Softener Systems Work
A water softener is an appliance designed to remove minerals from water through an ion-exchange process. Water flows through a bed of sodium impregnated resin beads. Mineral ions are drawn to the beads ,where sodium ions are then added to the water. The water softener unit recharges the beads with potassium chloride or brine solution.
Residential water softeners typically are typically installed where the main water line enters the home. Some systems will bypass faucets and fixtures that don’t require soft water, such as toilets and outside water systems.
The performance of a water softener is dependent on two components – a resin bed that cleans the water and precision equipment that cleans the resin. The two most significant elements that differentiate one softener from another is the volume of resin and the type of control valve.
Water Softener System Repair
Most water softeners usually require little maintenance other than a periodic salt refill. From regular tune-ups to major repairs, you can count on Go Green Express Home Services, LLC to get your water softener system working at peak performance. We can repair any brand of water softener, water filtration or drinking water system.
Before you decide to replace your softener, have the unit checked out by a water softener specialist. A softener head can usually be overhauled or the resin bed can be replaced for much less than a complete system replacement.
Because we charge by the job, you never pay for slow or lazy technicians or for run-around time for parts and other materials. We stock our trucks with every imaginable tool and part, and train our technicians to do the job efficiently and correctly the first time around.
To schedule a water softener installation or repair appointment, call us at 845-562-6722.