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Water Softener experts

Unleash the Power of Soft Water

We aim to provide an outstanding service – from a friendly face, at a fair price. Every time. 

Since 1992, we have been the trusted choice for homeowners across Bucks, Berks, Herts, West London and more. With a track record of serving over 9000 satisfied customers, you can trust us to efficiently upgrade and maintain your water systems so you can experience the joy of softened water.

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What our customers say
“Exceptional company that has always given us great customer service. We highly recommend.”
- Checkatrade User
Location: HP17
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What our customers say
“Prompt response to the initial enquiry. Really helpful and knowledgeable, providing useful advice. The installation went really well and we're very pleased with the high quality and tidy workmanship.”
- Checkatrade User
Location: W5
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What our customers say
“Excellent workmanship, very knowledgeable about all of their products, and we feel that they did a wonderful job.”
- Checkatrade User
Location: WD4
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What our customers say
“Excellent service from start to finish. The engineer was a very jolly and great person who had the job done in no time. The company also arrange a further visit after two weeks to make sure everything is working fine. I cannot praise them too highly.”
- Checkatrade User
Location: SL9

Which Water Softener Should I Buy?

Discovering the perfect water softener amidst the crowded market can be overwhelming. Quality, performance, warranty, and price are key factors to weigh. Skip the confusion – trust us.

Whether online, directly from a manufacturer, or your plumber, impartial technical advice is scarce. Protect your home and family for years with the right choice. We have been installing and servicing water softeners  for over 30 years, from the most trusted brands with products that are rigorously tried and tested, they stand as best in class.

Our Installations

Wherever your water main enters your property, we make it work. Explore some of
our previous installations here:

Under Sink
Under the sink
In the garage
Services Cupboards
In a service cupboard
For commercial use

Can I drink softened water?

When we are visiting customers, one of the most frequently asked questions about water softening is “Can I drink softened water”.

For most people, the simple answer is yes, softened water is safe to drink. However, there are a few exceptions to this, which are outlined below. For everybody else the decision to drink softened water should be made on whether or not you like the taste of the water. If you decide you would rather drink un-softened water then there are options we can discuss.

When water is softened using a water softener, the process primarily involves the removal of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, which are the hardness minerals that create scale. These minerals are replaced with sodium during a process known as ion exchange. As a result, softened water stops scale forming, leading to several notable benefits:

Reduced scale build-up: the lack of hardness minerals prevents the formation of limescale in pipes, appliances, and fixtures, which can prolong their lifespan and improve overall efficiency.

Enhanced lathering: Soft water maximizes the effectiveness of soaps, shampoos and cleaning detergents, leading to reduction in the amount required. Therefore the average household will see savings.

Improved cleaning: Softened water leads to more efficient cleaning of dishes, clothes, and surfaces, as it allows detergents and soaps to work more effectively, saving you time for more important things.

Drinking water regulations are laws and standards established by governmental bodies to ensure the safety and quality of drinking water. These regulations typically encompass various parameters such as the permissible levels of contaminants, treatment processes, distribution system requirements, and monitoring protocols. While specific regulations may vary by country or region, some common elements found in drinking water regulations include:

Water Quality Standards: Setting specific limits for various contaminants, such as bacteria, heavy metals, chemicals, and other impurities, ensuring that the water is safe for consumption.

Treatment Requirements: Outlining the necessary treatment processes and technologies to be employed by water treatment facilities to meet the prescribed water quality standards.

Monitoring and Testing Protocols: Mandating regular monitoring and testing of water quality to ensure compliance with the established standards. This involves testing for a wide range of parameters to assess the overall quality and safety of the drinking water.

Distribution System Standards: Establishing guidelines for the maintenance and monitoring of the distribution system to prevent contamination during the transportation of water from the treatment plant to consumers.

Public Disclosure: Requiring water suppliers to inform the public about the quality of their drinking water through annual water quality reports or other means of public communication.

These regulations are crucial for safeguarding public health and ensuring that drinking water is free from harmful contaminants. They provide a framework for water suppliers to follow in order to maintain the quality and safety of the water supply. It is important for water suppliers and regulatory bodies to work in tandem to enforce and adhere to these regulations for the benefit of the public.

While softened water is safe for consumption, certain individuals may need to consider limiting their intake of softened water or avoiding it altogether due to specific health concerns. These individuals include:

Individuals on Sodium-Restricted Diets: Softened water contains higher levels of sodium due to the ion exchange process used to remove calcium and magnesium. Therefore, individuals who are on a sodium-restricted diet or have been advised to limit their sodium intake should consult their healthcare provider before consuming softened water.

Infants: Babies who are exclusively fed formula prepared with softened water may be at risk of increased sodium intake. It is advisable to consult a pediatrician for guidance on the appropriate water source for infant formula preparation.

Individuals with Cardiovascular Conditions: People with certain cardiovascular conditions, such as high blood pressure or heart disease, may need to monitor their sodium intake closely. In such cases, it is recommended to consult a healthcare professional to determine the suitability of consuming softened water.

Individuals with specific health conditions: Certain health conditions, such as kidney problems or other conditions that require strict control of mineral intake. Consulting with a healthcare provider is essential to determine the appropriate water source for individuals with such conditions.

Areas we cover

West London
Everywhere Else
Abbots Langley
West Ealing
Henley on Thames
Shepherds Bush
Chalfont St Giles
Kings Langley
Gerrards Cross
Notting Hill
Bourne End
Great Missenden
Hemel Hempstead
Princess Risborough