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We're your source for water testing, water softeners, and filtration systems in the Waterford area.

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Here at Mr. Softener, we can repair or replace your water softening system, reverse osmosis unit, or filtration system for a fraction of our competitors price. We service all of Waterford and the surrounding area.


Waterford City Water

Waterford Township does a good job removing the iron from your water. However, at about 20 grains per gallon the water is still very hard. Low levels of arsenic and radioactive contaminants may also be present. We highly recommend a water softener and reverse osmosis system for drinking water.


Waterford Well Water

In addition to hardness, we've found extremely high amounts of iron in this area. We also frequently encounter sulfur odors. Arsenic testing is always a good idea, but so far, we haven’t encountered many wells with arsenic in the Waterford area. Every well is different, so start by scheduling your free water analysis.


Why Choose Mr. Softener?

We provide high-quality water softeners and filtration systems to Waterford residents. Our technicians are able to repair most water softeners and reverse osmosis systems. We’re familiar with Waterford's water and know how to treat the impurities and pollutants it may contain. Everything we install is built in the USA, and comes with a great warranty.

Waterford’s well water may contain high levels of iron, which can discolor showers, toilets, and sinks such as this one. We install affordable, chemical free iron filtration systems that are guaranteed to eliminate iron from your home’s water.

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FREE IN-HOME WATER ANALYSIS

Our water analysis includes testing for arsenic, chlorine, dissolved solids, hardness, hydrogen sulfide, iron, nitrates, pH, and more!

 

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