Softener and Filter - Need advice


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Old 12-07-03, 07:34 PM
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Softener and Filter - Need advice

First of all, should like to say I understand how some might not enjoy giving product advice, however, I think of it as help to fellow member on a significant investment and an honest evaluation is sincerely requested.

We are definitely ready to purchase a water softener and are looking at one that also provides filtration.

The one we're considering is the Pure Tech 3000 for $899 (on sale for $849 now) for whole house well water who offers it new on EBAY. (www.ebay.com ----search----water softener)

I think they also charge about $100 for a metering device to control backwashing depending on usage rather than timed event.

Would appreciate some expert opinion if the price/function is reasonable and if the product is known to have quality and reliability.

Its a lot of money, but we're looking for a good quality long term hassle free product.

Will greatly appreciate your opinions.

Thanks

Hopro (Wife and I to be residents of Deland, Florida this Thursday)
 
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Old 12-08-03, 05:17 PM
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Contact the plumbers in your area that have good knowledge of your product that you are interested in and see what thier opinion is.


I personally do not have any opinion on this product since I have not installed it before. Make sure that the person you talk to has.
 
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Old 12-09-03, 09:17 PM
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hopro:

I agree with DUNBAR PLUMBER that it would be better to purchase a softener that can be serviced locally.
 
 

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