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Best Water Softener Systems: Top Picks For 2022

Scott Winfield
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by Scott Winfield

Water Softeners are the most efficient solution to hard water problems.

In this article, we will explain the different types of water softener systems for residential homes, commercial properties, and RVs or marine vehicles!

Some of the Best Water Softeners Are:

  1. Best Overall: Springwell Water Softener – The most efficient water softening system with a 12 GPM flow rate. Great for medium-sized and large households. Read Review
  1. Best Salt-free: Springwell Salt Free – Another excellent Springwell product with a 15 GPM flow rate, perfect for homes that want to be eco-friendly. Read Review
  1. Runner Up Salt-Based: Fleck 5600SXT – The second-best salt based water softener with a wide range of capacity and flow rate options. Read Review
  1. Runner Up Salt-free: Aquasana Water Softener – The second-best salt free water softener system for people with moderately hard water and smaller households. Read Review
  1. Most Eco-Friendly: SoftPro Elite – The most eco-friendly and high-performing salt-based water softener system with impressive grain capacity and flow rate. Read Review
  1. Best Dual Tank: Pentair Fleck 9100 – The best dual mineral tank softener for large commercial properties with an incredible flow rate of 250 GPM. Read Review
  1. Best for RV: On The Go Softener – The best softener for mobile vehicles that must deal with park port water. Read Review
  1. Best Electronic Descaler: Yarna Capacitive – An efficient electromagnetic water descaler that can be adjusted to any flow rate or grain capacity. Read Review
Comparison Table for Water Softener Systems
1.    Springwell Salt Based The Best Salt Based Softener
The Best Salt Based Softener
  • Type: Ion Exchange
  • Grain Capacity: 32,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 11 – 20 GPM
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Springwell Salt-Free Best Salt Free Softener
Best Salt Free Softener
  • Type: Template Assisted Crystallization
  • Grain Capacity: 35,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 15 GPM
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Fleck 5600SXT
Second Choice Salt Based
  • Type: Ion Exchange
  • Grain Capacity: 24,000-64,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 7-15 GPM
  • Warranty: 5-10 years
Aquasana Salt-Free
Second Choice Salt-Free
  • Type: Template Assisted Crystallization
  • Grain Capacity: 42,000
  • Flow Rate: 7 GPM
  • Warranty: 6 years
SoftPro Elite Most Eco-Friendly Salt-based
Most Eco-Friendly Salt-based
  • Type: Ion Exchange
  • Grain Capacity: 24,000-110,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 10-32 GPM
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Pentair Fleck 9100
Best Dual Tank Water Softener
  • Type: Dual Tank (Ion Exchange)
  • Grain Capacity: 24,000-1,200,000
  • Flow Rate: 250 GPM
  • Warranty: 5 years
On The Go Softener
Best RV Water Softener
  • Type: Ion Exchange (Salt or potassium)
  • Grain Capacity: 16,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 5 GPM (varies based on water supply)
  • Warranty: 1 year
Yarna Capacitive
Best Electronic Descaler
  • Type: Electromagnetic
  • Grain Capacity: No limit
  • Flow Rate: No limit
  • Warranty: 10 years

Our Selection Criteria For Hard Water Softeners

We reviewed water softeners based on four important aspects:

Flow Rate
For water softeners, the flow rate is calculated by gallons per minute (GPM). Various aspects play into the flow rate of a softener, including the bypass valve, control valve, mineral tank, and distribution system. The volume and type of ion exchange softening resin will also play a factor in the flow rate.

If the flow rate of the water softener is not enough to meet your water consumption needs, then you may experience reduced water pressure or the ions may slip through, making your water slightly harder than it should be.

The higher your flow rate, the better the water softener will work. But if you have a smaller home and don’t run multiple water sources at once, you don’t want to pay for an oversized water softener if you don’t have to.
Grain Capacity (Grains)
Grain capacity is a common term to describe the quality of a water softener. Grain capacity means the amount of hardness that a water softener can remove from the water that it filters into your home.

The more calcium and magnesium ions a water softener can trap in the resin and remove, the higher the grain capacity.

Therefore, the more resin in a softener, the better the water treatment system can trap these calcium and magnesium ions and flush them down the drain before they enter your household water system.

But the other factor that plays a role in grain capacity is the amount of sodium that coats the resin when the water softener regenerates. Most salt free water softeners use potassium in place of sodium, having a similar effect on the water and resin.

When looking at grain capacity, it’s helpful to know how many grains will be removed per pound of salt. This information gives you an idea of the capacity and the efficiency of the softener.
Maintenance Requirements
Like most household appliances, a water softener has some maintenance requirements to ensure it functions properly over the years. An essential part of maintenance is the initial setup, where you choose the settings for the regeneration cycle frequency, length, time, and salt dosage for every cycle.

Some water softeners have more flexible settings, making it easy to control and regulate the water softener functions.

Unsurprisingly, you also must clean the water softener’s components every so often. Most water softeners only need to be cleaned every few years, but others require more attention.

If you aren’t the most prompt with household upkeep, you’ll want to choose a softener with little and infrequent maintenance.
Price
With any household appliance, it matters how much it costs. The most expensive water softener is not always the best, but it can be an indicator of the quality of materials.

You can pay anywhere between $500 and $6,000, depending on the capacity and quality.

As mentioned above, you don’t need to buy a massive water softener if you have a smaller household. Don’t pay more just for the sake of paying more.

This article will help to highlight the more important factors to look for, instead of just assuming the pricier it is, the better it can soften water.

Common Water Softener Questions

Below are common questions concerning water softening systems in homes.

What is the average price of a water softener system?

The average cost of water softening systems for a residential home is about $1,500. This price is on the lower end of the spectrum when you consider how much water softeners can cost.

Size and capacity are the main factors that influence the price of a water softener.

Where should a water softening system be installed?

The best place to install water softening system is at the earliest possible point in your plumbing. It is recommended that you place your water softener before your water heater.

Placing your water softener after your water heater may allow some of the hard water to flow to certain points of your home, which may influence the efficiency of your water softener.

What does water softener installation require?

There are three requirements for installing a water softener in your home. You need access to an electric outlet with at least 120-volt capacity, a sink or drain that can flush away the wastewater, a plumbing loop, or a space between the water inlet and the softener.

If you do not have all three of these things, you will need to put in more work and money to set up a water softener.

You can install a water softener on your own if you have some plumbing experience, but professional installation is typically not too expensive. Professional installation can be worth it because you’ll know the softener was set up correctly. 

What is the average lifespan of a water softening system?

The average lifespan of a water softener is about 12 years. Most water softeners will last anywhere between 10 and 15 years.

The lifespan depends on the quality of the water softener, how well it is maintained, and how frequent it is used.

What are the best water softener brands?

Springwell, Fleck, and SoftPro are the most popular water softener brands on the market.

We consider these to be the best brands, but other, lesser-known brands can also work excellently and often cost less than popular brands. But Springwell is known to be the most trusted and installed water softener brand.

Home Water Softener System Reviews

Springwell Salt Based Home Water Softener

Springwell Salt Based The Best Salt Based Softener
Springwell Salt Based
  • Type: Ion Exchange
  • Grain Capacity: 32,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 11 – 20 GPM
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Pros
  • High flow rate
  • Low maintenance
  • Highest quality components
  • Experienced brand in the industry
  • Bluetooth capabilities
Cons
  • Large units for small spaces

Springwell SS1 is our top pick for best overall salt-based water softener. It has a 32,000 Grain capacity, sufficient for typical 1 – 3 person households, however, there are options for upgrade up to 80,000 grain capacity for large homes with 7+ bathrooms.

One of the standout features is the Bluetooth capability which connects to an app on your phone. This app allows easier maintenance by providing the ability to monitor the overall water softener health, manage critical settings like salt usage and regeneration frequency.

This model regenerates every 14 days. The regeneration process is automatic and usually occurs late evenings or early mornings. The process takes roughly 30 – 60 minutes, faster than many other water softeners.

Installation is easy for both professionals and DIY with no plumbing experience. The average installation time is 1 – 3 hours for DIY installation thanks to the precise installation manual that comes with the system. There’s also a step-by-step installation video for DIYers.

Maintaining the Springwell salt-based water softener is easy. The only regular maintenance requirement is to add salt to the brine tank once or twice a year. The brine tank holds up to 200lbs of salt and consumes roughly 40lbs of salt every 1 – 2 months.


Springwell Salt-Free System

Springwell Salt-Free Best Salt Free Softener
Springwell Salt-Free
  • Type: Template Assisted Crystallization
  • Grain Capacity: 35,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 15 GPM
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Pros
  • Low-maintenance
  • Easy to install
  • Doesn’t need electricity
  • Doesn’t need a sink or drain
  • No salt needed
  • No slipper feeling
Cons
  • Water hardness is not technically lowered

Another water softener by Springwell is the FutureSoft FS1 Salt-Free model which operates without salt. This model is our recommended choice salt-free water softener.

Salt-free water softeners work differently from salt-based systems in the way they soften water. They neutralize hard water calcium and magnesium ions rather than completely remove them.

The Springwell salt-free model offers 12 GPM flow rate capacity sufficient 1 – 3 person households with upgrades up to 20 GPM for large homes with 7+ bathrooms. This system is a bit pricier than other water softeners, but the high cost is justified by the fact that it doesn’t require salt and energy.

Installation and maintenance requirements are very minimal. Installation time is roughly 2 hours and can be done with minimal plumbing experience. There’s almost no required maintenance except for occasional micron pre-filter replacement every 6 to 9 months.

Overall, this is a low-maintenance, eco-friendly water softener that improves water quality. However this water softener does not remove hard water minerals. It only conditions it. The minerals are still present, but the water will no longer feel hard.


Fleck 5600SXT Softener System

Fleck 5600SXT
Fleck 5600SXT
  • Type: Ion Exchange
  • Grain Capacity: 24,000-64,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 7-15 GPM
  • Warranty: 5-10 years
Pros
  • Affordable
  • Plenty of size and capacity options
  • No change in water pressure
  • Easy DIY install
  • Lengthens appliance lifespans
  • Very effective in lowering hardness
  • Cycle control
Cons
  • Limited warranty

Most homes only require small water softeners, but if you have a massive household with high water requirements, the Fleck 5600SXT water softener model offers larger capacity 64,000 grain softeners with a 15 GPM flow rate.

It is available in different sizes; 24,000 grains up to 64,000 grains capacity. While Springwell has top-of-the-line water softeners, they don’t offer this many size and capacity options.

Like Springwell and other brands, the Fleck 5600SXT installs in roughly 2 hours thanks to the simplified installation manual and videos. Installation can be done by professionals and DIYers with minimal experience.

As with most water softeners, regeneration occurs automatically and you have complete control of the process. You can set it to automatically regenerate at a preset-time or have it regenerate on-demand.

Fleck offers warranty on each component of the system. The tank has a warranty of ten years, the resin has no warranty, and all other parts have a five-year warranty. While this isn’t the best deal compared to the lifetime warranty on Springwell softeners, the customer service is top-notch in responding to user complains.


Aquasana Salt-Free Conditioner

Aquasana Salt-Free
Aquasana Salt-Free Conditioner
  • Type: Template Assisted Crystallization
  • Grain Capacity: 42,000
  • Flow Rate: 7 GPM
  • Warranty: 6 years
Pros
  • Inexpensive
  • Eco-friendly
  • Lightweight
  • No water waste
  • No salt needed
  • No electricity needed
  • Pre-filter and neutralization system
Cons
  • Must replace pre-filters bi-monthly
  • Less than perfect installation instructions

The Aquasana water softener is another salt-free water softener that technically conditioners the water rather than softening it. The minerals and ions present in your water system are simply crystallized, making them a neutral material in your water. Your skin, hair, nails, clothes, dishes, and appliances will not suffer the consequences of hard water.

The first thing to mention about this water softener is how inexpensive it is. It only costs about $800 but is valued at $1,500. This product is one of the most eco-friendly options on the market. It eliminates water waste and prevents salt and chemicals from being released into the environment.

Instead, it functions by using potassium. The Scale Control Media (SCM) technology pumps potassium ions into your water which safely neutralizes the magnesium and calcium. The crystals are harmless and prevent scale and mineral buildup on your appliances.

It will also change the feel of the water, making it softer but not slippery. Because this system does not use any positively charged sodium ions, you won’t have to deal with that slippery feeling in the shower or washing your hands.

Unlike many water softeners, this brine tank is an HDPE (High Density, Tri-Extruded), food-grade material, making it super safe for handling your drinking water yet extremely lightweight. Even if you don’t have massive muscles, you can still install it with ease. Aquasana specifically designed these softener systems to be compact and easy to carry, making it the ideal water softener system for a smaller home with little space around its water heater.

While the flow rate isn’t incredibly high, it is enough to keep up with most residential homes with several bathrooms and a full family. But the grain capacity is very impressive considering the size of the tank and system. A 42,000-grain capacity is relatively high and guarantees your water will be well-neutralized and reach excellent quality.

Salt-free water softeners are low-maintenance compared with salt based water softeners, but you must change the filters every two months. These filters are before the filter that distributes the potassium. These filters add another purification layer to the water coming into your home.

The pre-filters prevent many minerals and small particles from entering without the use of salt or resin, but magnesium and calcium ions still slip through. Not replacing your pre-filter could impact your flow rate, forcing your water pressure to drop.

Replacing the filters is simple, but it is something you have to remember to do about every two months, which can be a hassle for busy homeowners.

Owners that have little or no plumbing experience or familiarity may struggle to understand the instructions. They are straightforward, but not the most detailed, leaving some people scratching their heads. You can always hire a professional for as little as $50 to install the system for you.


SoftPro Elite

SoftPro Elite Most Eco-Friendly Salt-based
SoftPro Elite
  • Type: Ion Exchange
  • Grain Capacity: 24,000-110,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 10-32 GPM
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Pros
  • Relatively eco-friendly
  • Saves water and salt
  • Plenty of size and capacity options
  • Programmable valve meter
  • High flow rate
  • High-quality components
Cons
  • Unreliable quick installation guide
  • Long installation process

This salt-based water softener by SoftPro Elite is a great option because of its high-quality components. It is an eco-friendly water softener but not a salt free water softener.

The system works to drive the hard minerals upward through the depleted resin and out to drain. The function saves water and salt, but it also spares the less-worn parts of your resin, helping the system last longer. It will save water, save salt, and reduce the energy it uses from its power source.

The numbers prove this, showing 64% in water savings, 75% in salt savings, and 68% in energy savings associated with water filtration. You can save a whopping 4,375 gallons of water every year!

SoftPro Elite is a small but trusted water quality company that has been in business for more than a decade. It has loyal customers who rave about its water softener systems, from the price to the water quality. Installation isn’t necessarily difficult, but more intensive compared to other softeners on this list.

Installation takes a minimum of four hours according to customers. Even with the help of a professional plumber or handyman, it still takes four hours or more for it to start working.

Customers report the quick installation guide is drastically different than the complete instruction manual. They recommend ignoring the quick installation setup and only paying attention to the installation manual.

The SoftPro water softener is reasonably priced and on the lower end of the spectrum at just over $1,000. Despite the low price, it does have a high-flow programmable control valve and bypass valve, giving you complete power over the flow rate, and it helps you monitor how well the system is functioning.

One of the best aspects of this model is the many size and capacity options it is available. The options range from 24,000 grains to a 110,000-grain capacity. While 24,000 is often plenty for smaller households, it’s nice to have the option to buy a larger one if you tend to use a lot of water or many faucets at once.

A beautiful feature of this water softener is the high flow rates. They made the minimum flow rate on the smaller models 10 GPM, so you never have to fret about losing water pressure.


Pentair Fleck 9100 Dual Tank Softener

Pentair Fleck 9100
Pentair Fleck 9100 Dual Tank Softener
  • Type: Dual Tank (Ion Exchange)
  • Grain Capacity: 24,000-1,200,000
  • Flow Rate: 250 GPM
  • Warranty: 5 years
Pros
  • Reduces hardness thoroughly
  • Inexpensive for the size and capacity
  • Long-lasting design
  • Impressive GPM
  • Plenty of options for size and capacity
Cons
  • Very slippery soft water
  • Intensive installation

If you have a very large property and want to soften the water, the Pentair Fleck 9100 is likely the best option. This massive dual tank water softener is a beast and can function at an incredible 250 GPM flow rate. This softener is excellent for large restaurants, schools, and other commercial spaces where you want soft water to be high-quality and as pure as possible.

Even if the quality of the water isn’t your main priority, softening your water will help maintain your plumbing, from the pipes to the faucets, meaning you won’t need to replace these components as soon.

The system features an adjustable 3- or 5-cycle control. This power allows the owner to moderate the water flow for efficiency. The reliable water treatment system works continuously to maintain a higher water supply in commercial facilities than on residential properties that have lower water consumption.

While this is a dual tank system, you have the option to use a single tank or more than two tanks if you want.

The number of tanks usually depends on water consumption, rather than the size of the property. Both aspects are important to consider when purchasing multiple brine tanks. It also depends on how often you or employees are willing to replenish the brine tank with those heavy bags of salt.

The system uses 8% cross-linked resin, a foreign concept to many. Cross-linked means that the resin is stronger and will result in better softened water. Combining an unpolymerized or partially polymerized resin with crosslinking reagents makes the resin beads tougher.

Crosslinking resin can be 6%, 8%, 10%, and 15%, and the higher the crosslinking percentage, the better your resin beads will function. The Pentair Fleck 9100 has an 8% crosslinking, making it a high-end water softener system. However, this design increases the frequency that you must clear the resin to keep it operating. Overall, the maintenance of a dual tank softener is slightly more involved than a residential softener.

The system is also very user-friendly and safe to operate. Safety is a high priority for commercial water softeners because many people often have to operate them, leading to confusion. Even if you have to send someone down to adjust it and they have no idea how to operate the control valves and bypass valve, you don’t need to worry about their safety. The safety brine bypass valve with air check offers some peace of mind.

While this model does come in 24,000-grain capacity, most commercial properties will need more. Small restaurants and businesses can benefit from the more compact and inexpensive water softeners. For the smallest option, the cost is about $1,250.

It’s easy to neglect the need for soft water at your business because you mostly think about the water you shower in and brush your teeth with. But for the comfort and health of you, your employees, and your customers, you should take the time and effort to install a dual tank water softener system.

The installation process is more difficult simply because there are two tanks to incorporate. So it’s wise to call a professional for this to streamline the process and eliminate possible frustration.

Many businesses benefit from softening systems such as car washes, laundry services, and restaurants. Every property will be more comfortable with a water softener.


On The Go RV Water Softener

On The Go Softener
On The Go RV Water Softener
  • Type: Ion Exchange (Salt or potassium)
  • Grain Capacity: 16,000 grains
  • Flow Rate: 5 GPM (varies based on water supply)
  • Warranty: 1 year
Pros
  • Larger than other on-the-go models
  • Compact design
  • Affordable
  • Excellent grain capacity for the size
  • Lightweight
  • Little salt needed
  • Can substitute salt with potassium
Cons
  • Lack of control over the flow rate
  • Hands-on regeneration cycle

If you have an RV and want soft water, you can use this on-the-go water softener. You can hook it up to your RV’s plumbing system, so you don’t have to deal with the magnesium and calcium ions present in the water.

The flow rate will depend on the water source you hook up your RV to, but it should always be at least 5 GPM. You may experience a decrease in water pressure, but it is not due to inefficiency on the softener’s part.

The product weighs 32 pounds before adding any salt, making it relatively easy for the average person to carry and install. And installation is a breeze, so the likelihood of needing to call a plumber or handyman is low. It also has an easy-carry handle, making it even easier to travel around the country with!

This softener is the largest compact RV softener you can buy. So if you travel with a full RV of people and use a lot of water, this softener is by far the best option. It can also be hooked up to marine vehicles like boats to make soft water. With just two boxes of table salt, you can enjoy softened and tasty drinking water for more than 40 days.

Despite it being the largest RV/marine water softener, it has a compact and space-saving design so you can squeeze it into tight places and avoid having it out as an eyesore.

The unit costs less than $300, making it reasonably priced for an on-the-go water softener. You can find RV water softeners for as little as $100, but these are usually less effective and won’t last as long. But this model is built with high-grade premium resin bed, and the tank uses durable metals, so it can withstand long-term wear and tear.

The regeneration cycle is quick and efficient, wasting very little water. The entire water softening process should never take more than an hour, and once you know how to do it usually only takes about 30-40 minutes to complete.

The model functions with a standard garden hose connection between a park faucet and your RV/marine. The water softener does not require any tools or electricity to set up and get running. Most people don’t need to utilize the services of a plumber or handyman to get this water softener hooked up.

While the installation and regeneration cycle is more hands-on than home water softeners, the maintenance for this model is a breeze. The manufacturer recommends you sanitize it when pulling it out of storage, and after about two years of use. Other than that, it doesn’t require much maintenance.

While 16,000 grains sounds low compared with the residential water softeners, this is plenty to soften the water of an RV or marine vehicle. Customers report that the softener was able to rid 100% of the hardness from their RV water.

Water coming from park ports is often riddled with ions, far more than what residential water systems have. The water can be truly disgusting and harm your hair, skin, and nails. Installing this water softener is often one of the first things a new RV or boat owner does to ensure a pleasant and comfortable environment.


Yarna Capacitive Water Softener Descaler

Yarna Capacitive
Yarna Capacitive Water Softener Descaler
  • Type: Electromagnetic
  • Grain Capacity: No limit
  • Flow Rate: No limit
  • Warranty: 10 years
Pros
  • Extremely small and compact
  • Easiest installation of all
  • Less expensive than traditional whole-house softeners
  • No salt needed
  • No water waste
  • Eliminates mineral buildup excellently
Cons
  • It may take a while to work

The Yarna Capacitive electric water softener is an impressive piece of technology. It has no limit on the flow rate or grain capacity, as it can be adjusted to any speed of flow and any amount of harness in the water. This softener is the best option for people that want to deal with a range of water qualities.

This softener uses electromagnetism to remove harmful minerals while leaving behind healthy minerals. Ion exchange and template-assisted crystallization can often trap or crystallize the healthy minerals in the water. But if you want all the benefits of purified water, this softener offers exactly that.

The electric pulses generated within the electronic unit are controlled by a microchip. The microchip allows you to control both flow rate and grain capacity, so the softener can work perfectly with the level of hardness in your water. Rather than removing or neutralizing the bad minerals, it completely breaks them down to the point they disintegrate.

Like with TAC water softeners, this unit does not soften the water but descales it. So the hardness will technically be at the same levels. But you won’t experience the negative effects of hard water, such as unhealthy hair or dry skin.

Installation is the easiest of all the products on this list, taking only 15 minutes to set up with no help from a professional. The manufacturer boasts that the unit is completely maintenance-free, making it the easiest model for both installation and long-term use. Their ten-year warranty and one-year money-back guarantee exemplify their confidence in the product.

While other electromagnetic water softeners can cost thousands, this unit only costs about $300. So not only does it allow flexibility in its use, but it doesn’t require you to break the bank to have pleasant drinking and bathing water. The unit protects your appliances and ensures your entire plumbing system stays clean and functional for years to come.

Above all, this unit is most loved for its ability to reverse corrosion and reduce limescale buildup, and spotting on faucets and showerheads. Homeowners are often disgusted by the appearance of minerals on surfaces in their homes, and using this descaler softening system can make your home feel cleaner while also making your water superb in quality.

While the system is excellent for the most part, it can take significant time to start working. The manufacturer recommends waiting up to three months before returning the product if you don’t see results. Unlike ion exchange and TAC, the electromagnetic pulses can take much longer to adjust the hardness and function perfectly. But once you find the right settings, the system is super effective.

Honorable Mentions

Below are some honorable mentions that didn’t quite cut the list for best water softener, but are still worth bringing to your attention. These house water softener systems can soften water, as well, but not quite to the capacity of our top picks. 

US Water Systems Matrixx:

This water softener by Matrixx uses traditional ion exchange and is a decent price for the size of the unit. It has options for flow rate and grain capacity, so you can choose the best one for your needs. It is eco-friendly, using less water waste and less salt to complete the regeneration cycle. However, the eco-friendly aspects compromise its effectiveness slightly.

AquaOX WS:

The ion exchange water softener by AquaOX is an excellent option with all of the features you could need. It has a high grain capacity and excellent, adjustable flow rate. However, it is much pricier than the other options on our list. But if you want to pay more, you won’t disappointed with this product.

Crystal Quest Commercial Softener:

The Crystal Quest Commercial Softener is an excellent choice for commercial properties, but it costs a pretty penny. It comes in a large variety of options for capacity and flow rates, and can also function as a dual tank system if you buy two brine tanks. It’s hard to find anything wrong with this product, other than the exorbitant price that discourages many people.

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Scott Winfield
Scott Winfield
My name is Scott Winfield and researching and writing about water filters and other strategies to purify water has become my full time passion in recent years. I'm glad that you found our site and you can look forward to authoritative and well researched content here to help you get the best in water.
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