Having your water tested will help you determine your exact needs, even though you may already know you have one or more water problems. In determining your needs, our water expert will look at a number of things. For example, the hardness level of the water and the size of your family will influence the size or type of equipment necessary for water softening. Additional problems may require additional equipment solutions. The same principles hold true for drinking water systems.
Your water usage and pressure will both effect your equipment needs. The amount of water used as well as water pressure are factors to consider when fitting your home with a water quality improvement system. Household size may influence consumption, but different families have different needs. Every factor should be considered, including family growth and guest visits.
Fixing your existing water problem is your primary goal, but don't be eager to settle for the least expensive solution. A higher-priced unit may serve your needs better by being more efficient and long lasting, and by reducing operating costs and maintenance time. Be sure, however, that you're getting your money's worth. Before you buy, we will give you a detailed estimate of equipment, installation, and operating costs. You should study these materials and ask any questions you may have. We want you to be familiar with your equipment, our services and your costs.
Water conditioning equipment may qualify for financing under FHA Title 1 or private lending agreements. Check with your local bank or finance company for information. Young's Culligan also offers special financing options.