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We are the experts in Kent to set up your new softener. The water softener is installed at the mains water supply; usually under the kitchen sink and is plumbed in to the pipes there. You can also install a water softener at any other point in your water supply, such as in your garage or pantry - the choice is yours and we will discuss this with you prior to installation!
If your water softener is suffering issues, just let us know, we are here to help and can get out quickly and get you up and running in no time - just get in touch!
We have a wide variety of commercial clients, from small businesses up to major hotel and industrial clients, please call us on 01795 844100 with your enquiry, we would love to assist.
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Developed over decades using the highest quality materials. Our founder Harvey Bowden invented the twin cylinder design, which is at the forefront of innovation. The Harvey Water Softener features technology that provides your home with softened water 24/7 and works at optimum efficiency.
A water softener is usually fitted under the kitchen sink, our installation experts will recommend a convenient solution for you and your home. Other common locations include:
Our installers are all trained to the highest standards and experienced in fitting water softeners in all of these situations. Installation is a fairly simple process - a little more complex than a washing machine, but much simpler than having a new boiler fitted. It usually takes no more than half a day, though our plumbers never rush - we make sure they have time to do a good, robust and tidy job.
Water softening is the removal of magnesium and calcium minerals from your water supply through a process of ion-exchange. The softened water that's then produced is kinder to skin, doesn't leave limescale buildup on pipes, appliances or any surfaces around your home; meaning it shines for longer.
At the heart of a water softener are two cylinders containing resin. Millions of microscopic beads trap hardness minerals, softening the water as it enters your home. The resin requires regular cleaning (regeneration), which is a process a water softener performs automatically. This regeneration uses block salt, which is manually topped up when needed.