New Series of Water Softeners Available in the Twin Cities

Haferman Water Conditioning is now selling three new series of water softeners by Kinetco Home Water Systems. They are the Premier Series, Signature Series and Essential Water Softeners, top of the line water softeners with individual benefits. Twin Cities water softeners help residents to get softer water.

Kinetico water softeners are powered by water flow instead of electricity, making them an economical and energy-efficient choice. Dual-tank systems are capable of providing soft water to households around the clock because even if one tank is regenerating, the other one can pump out soft water. If you have questions about how these water softeners operate, call Haferman Water Conditioning, your local Twin Cities water softener professionals.

Premier Series
The Premier Series water softener is fit with an AccuDial, which allows the water softeners to be personalized to each home and adjusted for precise water flow. This tank is geared for homes with larger plumbing needs because they offer a generous flow rate. The Twin Cities water softener professionals at Haferman Water Conditioning are capable of installing this type of tank in almost any Twin Cities home.

Signature Series
The Signature Series water softener is able to monitor water usage in households and regenerate – or clean itself – only when needed. This system is worry free because it will be able to calculate when it needs to regenerate, which may only be every couple of days if water consumption is low.Twin Cities water softeners

Essential Series
Twin Cities water softener experts recommend Kinetico’s Essential Series of water softeners for the basic hard water challenges. With the conveniences of the other two new water softeners, it’s back in action due to minimal regeneration time.

If you’re ready to purchase one of these new water softeners, call your local Twin Cities water softener professionals us today at 952-894-4040 or fill out our online form for a free estimate.

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