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When does it make more sense to rent a water softener over buying one? And when does it make more sense to buy?
Culligan water softeners are some of the most popular systems on the market today. From humble beginnings as a family venture in 1936 in Northbrook Illinois, Culligan now has over five thousand employees and offices in 85 countries all around the world.
Water softeners generally cost anywhere from $300 to $4000, depending on the type and quality of the water softener as well as installation costs. Some water softeners, though, like those that rely on salt or potassium, have significant recurring costs that could add up over time.
In this article, we’re going to look at a few different types of water filters: distillation, reverse osmosis, activated carbon, ultraviolet, and ion exchange.
What is chloramine water filtration? Are chloramines dangerous? Which whole-home point-of-entry systems are most effective at removing chloramines?
Everything you need to know about activated carbon water filtration.
Is drinking softened water bad for you? It can be, but it depends on the type of water softener you use.
Which is the best water softener should you buy? Do you need a salt-free water softener? A salt-based water softener? What about a dual-tank water softener?
Salt versus salt-free water softeners: Do salt-free softeners really work? Which is the best? What’s the difference? Is there a difference? Will you actually end up drinking sodium if you use a salt-based water softener?....
Water treatment facilities across the world add fluoride and chlorine to water to reduce the amount of bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens infecting the local water supply.
The FilterSmart is the best water filtration system for well water. The EPA doesn’t actually regulate private wells. At all. When you drink well water, it’s strictly at your own risk.
Water softeners get rid of the calcium and magnesium in hard water and, among other things, ensure that your appliances don’t succumb to limescale build-up, ultimately leading to costly replacement.
Chlorine is the most common water treatment to kill bacteria living within it, which causes diseases like cholera and typhoid.

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