Is your water softener outdated and inefficient? Is it costing you more money than necessary? When is the last time you had your water softener inspected? Now is as good a time as any.
Your water softener should be inspected once a year to assure it's running properly and efficiently. If it is, you're going to reap the benefits, the largest of which is soft water. But along with that soft water comes lower water and electric bills, easier cleaning, softer skin, hair and laundry, better-tasting water, and sparkling dishes.
But if your softener is old and inefficient, it's time to consider an upgrade. The modern technology found in a high efficiency water softener is going to make an even bigger difference you can feel at home and in your wallet. The Culligan High Efficiency Water Softener, for example, is the world's most efficient water softener. Why? Check out the benefits:
- Low Maintenance - Automatic service notifications sent directly to your Culligan Man.
- Lower Bills- Spend less every month on energy, water, detergents, shampoo, and more.
- More Control- Custom water softness where you want it, automatically adjusted for how you use it most.
Is your softener ready for an upgrade? Follow this three-step process to find out:
First, look at your costs. Take a peek at your water and electric bills and your salt usage. Are you buying more salt because you have to fill the tank more often? If you're seeing costs creep up, you're using excess water. That's a pretty big sign that your water softener is not as efficient as it could be.
Then, have your water softener inspected. Call your local Culligan Man. He'll inspect your water softener and test your home's water quality. If there's an issue, he'll be able to provide you with solutions.
And lastly, make sure you understand modern technology. Water softeners used to be sized for the number of people in a home. Have your kids moved away to college? Are there fewer people using water at home? Your softener may be using more water and electricity than necessary. The Culligan HE can monitor for changes in water consumption, adjusting automatically.