To cut right to the chase, we offer a 156 day water softener test drive simply because we want to remove all risks that a purchaser would have. It’s always a big decision to make when you’re making a significant investment. If you put any type of system into your house, you want to make sure you aren’t spending money unless you’re completely happy with the result.
Water quality is something that people don’t think about very often, unless they have bad well water, terrible stains, or something that’s causing a very bad odor. However, just because there’s not an immediately obvious problem doesn’t mean that you have great water quality. There could be smaller signs like a chalky residue that shows up on glassware, shower doors, shower heads, or anything else that the water touches.
The reality is, most people don’t think about water quality until it actually causes a problem. What we’ve found is that most people that put in a system to improve the water quality end up loving it. We want to remove any risks to make the decision that much easier. If you don’t love it for some reason, we’ll come back, take it out, and refund the money that you spent to put it in.
We understand that the decision can be more challenging if you’re leery about making the wrong choice. We also want to get as many people as possible to experience the benefits of great water quality. For example, if you had hard water and we were to install a water softener, you’d pay for the system in just two years from the soap savings alone. You’ll use much less soap, laundry detergent, and dish detergent.
Additionally, dishwashers are going to stop leaving spots on dishes. Laundry is also going to start feeling and looking cleaner. If you were to take a dishtowel or washcloth and lay it in a white bowl, you’d typically still have some soap residue left behind on the cloth. Soft water would make this problem go away. All kinds of glass shower doors are no longer going to have a scaly, unsightly buildup.
The internal benefit would simply come down to the potential damage to plumbing that’s caused by poor water quality. Even though you can’t see it, it causes the lifespan of plumbing equipment and fixtures to decrease. At the end of the day, good water quality is definitely a wise investment. What better way to make that decision than by having no risks along with a 156 day refund available?