WaterTech Achieves IAMPO R&T Certification and Now Carries the Acclaimed UPC Symbol


If you’ve done any research on water softeners, you’ve come to realize that there are a lot of choices when it comes to selecting a water softener for your home. In making the purchase decision, you can be sure you’re getting a top-notch water conditioner that has gone through rigorous testing and meets industry standards when you see the UPC Symbol.

What does International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) R&T UPC Symbol Mean?

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What are the ongoing expenses of a water softener?

What are the ongoing costs of a water softener?

So you’ve recently purchased a water softener (or are considering a purchase) and are wondering about the ongoing expenses associated with water softening? After the initial water softener system purchase, there will be two main expenses to properly maintain your system:
  1. Salt (consumable)
  2. Servicing of the Unit

Salt: How Much Salt Will You Need to Purchase?

First of all, ion exchange softeners require salt (sodium chloride or potassium chloride) pellets in order to soften the hard water coming into your home. This salt is held in a “brine tank” which sits next to (and is connected to) your water softener.
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What Type of Soap Should I Use with a Water Softener?


When high-efficiency (HE) laundry washers were introduced a few years back, many consumers suddenly began paying more attention to the laundry soap they were buying. High efficiency machine manufacturers warned that using “regular” laundry soap rather than an “HE detergent” could void the machine’s warranty.

So what about a water softener system? Does it matter what type of soap is used after a water softener or conditioner is installed?
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