Question about Kitchen Ranges
My brother had a system installed a few years ago, and he had it installed in his garage, which worked out well. You want to have it installed somewhere where there is easy access, if possible, since you will have to add chemicals occasionally. He only has one water heater, but there is no reason you cannot install it with two heaters- all you need to do is make sure the water softener device goes between the main inlet line and the lines to the water heaters and rest of the house, of course. This is about all I can say, without knowing more about the house layout, but hope it helps, and good luck- they can really be a blessing in certain areas of the country, and will make a big difference in the quality of the water, for drinking as well as everything else.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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