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Automatic Scheduled Salt Delivery
Guthrie & Frey will place the salt right into your brine tank on your scheduled day, perform a visual inspection of your equipment and haul the empty bags away.
If you will not be home on the day of delivery, you may elect to leave a door open, provide a garage code, hide a key or give one to us to keep in our secure coded file. You may also elect for us to simply leave the salt on your porch.
This is a no obligation, automatic scheduled salt delivery service that is set up based on your needs. Our drivers will follow your instructions, be neat, efficient and courteous.
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- No more trips to pick up salt
- Saves time and hassle
- Brief inspections upon replacement
- Options to have salt placed directly into your brine tank or delivered to your porch
When is it a good time to schedule my next delivery?
The salt in your brine tank should be checked at least once a month. Deliveries can be scheduled monthly and are based on the needs of your specific water softener. Our specialists can help you decide the appropriate duration between salt deliveries.
What does the salt actually do?
Salt is a necessary part of the ion exchange process in a water softener. Salt is what regenerates the ion resins of a softener. The salt is used to clean the resin beads during a regeneration cycle, allowing the system to continually remove hardness from your water supply.
Why does my water still feel hard?
Salt (or lack of it) is often the cause of your water feeling hard. Make sure you regularly check the brine tank (at least once a month) to make sure there is enough salt.
Salt bridges may also be the culprit. To check for a salt bridge, simply give the lower portion of the brine tank a knock. Does it sound hollow? If so, the salt may have hardened in the tank and formed a “bridge”. If this happens, you may gently knock it loose and the salt will drop to the bottom of the tank.
What are “saltless” water softeners?
The technical name is Physical Water Conditioners. The reason for that specific name is because these systems modify or change the waters physical quality, characteristics, or behavior of the water but they do not remove calcium and magnesium. The performance in these systems is not consistent in effectively softening the water.
Water softeners ionic exchange technology is robust and works everywhere regardless of the application. An investment in a good, high-quality water softener such as a Guthrie & Frey Water system will be an investment that will protect all of your water using appliances, your plumbing fixtures, and most importantly your hair and skin.