Things To Remember When Doing A Water Softener Installation

In this video, Lee shows us the installation to a new BrassMaster water softener. Customer had an older unit that they wanted to upgrade. These units are great, plug them in and they last for a long time.


A well functioning water softener can have many benefits, to include softer skin & hair, less soap used, less scale & scum buildup, fewer stains on dishes, protected pipes & appliances, and better tasting water. 

If you would like a quote on a new water softener, give us a call, or check out our new video at the end!

Champion Plumbing 
651.365.1340  
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Watch our Video and You’ll Learn: 

BULLET POINTS:
  • Important Things You Need To Remember When Doing A BrassMaster Water Softener Installation.
  • How To Properly Replace A BrassMaster Water Softener.
  • Why Do You Need Pellet Salt And Not Crystal Salt.

 

Enjoy this transcript below!

Lee: Hey, this is Lee from Champion Plumbing out of Eagan, Minnesota. We’re here doing a water softener today, and we got an older Kenmore in here, which we’re going to be taken out and replacing with a BrassMaster cabinet softener.

Should be a pretty easy install. The water piping lines are pretty good with it. I will get back with you guys after I’m all finished.

All right, guys, we’ve finished up with the new water softener in our house in Prior Lake. We put a new BrassMaster cabinet system in. It’s nice and easy to fit. It’s good for those ones where you have a lot of tight spaces, and you got to fit it in there. Otherwise, we do offer a two-tank system that has the brine tank and the salt tank as well, nice and easy to fit in some homes, though.

Where you’re going to have to put some salt in here, we do provide two bags of salt to get it taken care of. It does require pellet salt. Make sure that if you’re going to be buying a BrassMaster, we are putting in pellets for your salt, not the crystals.

Really easy to set up. No problem. Just a little bit of water piping in the back.

If you like what you see here, have any questions, 651-365-1340. Look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

 

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