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Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener

Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener

Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener Features:

  • Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener has advanced technology to customize the softness level of water in the house
  • It uses patented Culligan Aqua-Sensor® technology to condition water as needed
  • Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener fights hard water problems giving the ability to make water feel right with Culligan’s Dial-a-Softness® Valve
  • Monitoring daily water use is easy with Culligan water softener’s Soft-Minder® meter
  • Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener offers sustainability with possible savings on electricity costs and salt usage
  • Culligan water softeners protect skin and hair from hard water, save laundered clothes from feeling harsh, as well as help to add efficiency and longer life to appliances

Are you looking for an advanced water softener for your home with enhanced efficiency? If so, Culligan has the solution for you. The Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 is an elite water softener that is designed to turn your home’s hard water into soft water. Using patented technologies, the Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener will help you optimize electricity consumption, water heater efficiency and daily household tasks. Specifically, the Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener features a 1.25” control valve that reduces water pressure drop so that you have a continuous flow of water throughout your home. Wondering how else a water softener like the Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener can improve your life? Well, the negative effects of hard water are many, and the Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener deals with these issues to save you time and money, and to make life easier. Hard water is comprised of hard minerals, mainly calcium, magnesium and traces of iron. These minerals are a burden on all of your home appliances, fixtures and plumbing, and they leave behind scale wherever water is present. Scale results in white spots on dishes, rust rings in the tub, and scum on shower walls and toilets. Pipes and plumbing are expensive and essential parts of your home, and scale is responsible for their erosion and shortening their life spans. Even though hard water is not harmful for humans, plants and animals to consume, they do present problems for the skin and hair. Hard water used in loads of laundry erodes away the fibers of your clothes, making them flimsy. Hard water can also irate the skin, which is especially relevant for babies or people with sensitive skin. Showering in hard water can leave your hair and skin brittle and dry. The alternative to hard water is soft water—exactly what the Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener can bring to your home. The Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener works by way of an ion exchange method, which simply exchanges your water’s hard minerals, calcium, magnesium and certain ions, for sodium chloride.* The Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener features three components that allow for this exchange to take place: a control valve, a mineral tank, and a brine system. This smart brine tank automatically monitors salt levels and informs you of how many days remain before you need to add more salt to the tank. The Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener also comes equipped with an optional modem that alerts the Culligan dealership if salt is needed or if your system needs service. Another great feature of the Culligan High Efficiency 1.25 Water Softener is a Dial-a-Softness valve, which allows you to control how soft or hard you would like your water to be. This is an important feature because some may find that water that is too soft may contain too much salt, and may also prefer to have levels of minerals in their water.

*All Culligan water softening and conditioning systems may exchange sodium chloride for potassium chloride

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