Residential and Commercial Water Filtration Systems
Check out the wide array of water filtration and conditioning solutions we have to offer. We offer both under the sink systems as well as the whole house filtration systems.
A water softener removes calcium and magnesium from the water, making it soft. They are low-maintenance and last between 15 and 20 years, lowering your electricity costs and removing scale from your pipes.
In Minnesota we see a lot of impurities in water whether it comes straight from the ground or municipal water systems. We install different types of filters based on what we find in your water when we come test it. Schedule a time for us to come test your water and help you find the right solution.
St. Louis County is a county in the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota, United States. The population was 200,231 as of the 2020 census. Duluth is the county seat. It is the largest county in Minnesota by land area and the largest county east of the Mississippi River by total area, ahead of Aroostook County, Maine.
Water quality is an issue in many counties, and unfortunately, St Louis County is no different. There is a lot of different state agencies working to tackle our water problems, but it’s difficult to know if things are improving.
Chloride causes enormous problems since only one teaspoon can permanently contaminate five gallons of water, and there is no simple way to remove it. The salt we use to melt snow and ice winds up in our lakes, streams, and groundwater during the really cold winters.
Additionally, there are high mercury levels. This pollutant affects newborns’ neurological development and one in every ten babies is born with toxic levels of mercury. St Louis County faces challenges such as elevated nitrate levels, which can result in blue baby syndrome and other dangerous illnesses.
Other frequent water issues include hard water, cloudy water and others.
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Dave and Jamie from Range Water provide not only great education about your home's water, but excellent customer service as well. Having a reverse osmosis system installed in our home has been life-changing!
When I called, I was greeted with a cheery voice. Upon explaining my issue, I was immediately transferred to another upbeat voice that helped me through the problem with my osmosis system. The people at Range Water are friendly and helpful! I recommend people check into their water services!
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Jaime was very knowledgeable and friendly. He walked us through the process as he installed our RO water system. Very happy with our system and service.
I had a water conditioner system installed by Range Water Conditioning and was very satisfied with their professional efficient service. The representatives were extremely polite, informative and accommodating with the specifics of my needs in the installation of my system.
On budget , on time. From the sales rep taking the time to explain the water system to the installation this was a flawless project 5 stars for sure. Used copper piping to install the filters. The mechanics was really excellent. Thanks for everything.
Excellent installation and instructions on operation. Water is excellent now. Had a serious iron problem. Got two resin tanks. While system is automated I’m very satisfied with the service and the system.
They are so nice and easy to work with! They actually care about their customers! Will continue to work with them for a very long time!!
Excellent service! The salesman was informative and not pushy at all. He spent 4 hours at my house explaining my options and answering my questions. The installer was at my place for 7 hours. He was very kind and thorough. We would recommend them!!
I've had Range water for several years. Range is rare in that they are completely customer focused. Thanks for the great service.
The Range Water guys came and installed my reverse osmosis system in a little under and hour which included a line to the ice maker.
This guys were fast and efficient and explained what they were doing and how the system was connected and when to change filters.
A professional job all the way! Highly recommend Range Water for you water needs!
I had range water put in our water softener and Mark did a great job. He was quick and efficient and he left the job site immaculate. He explained how the unit he installed work and I was very satisfied with his job.
Family owned and operated for 50 years, with a combined 120 years’ experience analyzing tough water problems, we are confident we can find the right solution for your individual water needs. For a system to meet your needs, it must solve the water conditions at your house, be installed properly, and if needed, be promptly and professionally serviced.
WQA certified sales representatives professionally test your water before purchase so that we can feel confident that all of your water problems have been correctly identified. We design a water solution for your particular application and guarantee your satisfaction.
We have a service department that is second to none in providing prompt, dependable, knowledgeable and courteous answers to water problems. We strive to provide not only superior service on the equipment we sell but on other brands as well. Our reputation is important to us, thank you for letting us earn your trust.
A water softener removes the minerals that cause water hardness, which is one of the most common water quality issues. Hard water ruins appliances, causes soap scum to build up in bathrooms and kitchens, and dries up hair and skin. Water softeners are essential in the United States, where over 85 percent of people use hard water for cooking, cleaning, and bathing.
A water softener saves you time and money by preventing prematurely broken water heaters, scaly faucet heads, and hours of soapy residue cleanup. A water softener will save you time, energy, and money while also protecting your home and property.
A reverse osmosis system is one of the most comprehensive filtration systems available. It filters out 98 percent of dissolved solids, making your water healthy and safe to drink.
Reverse osmosis water is cleaner, lower in sodium, free of parasites and bacteria, and safer for cancer patients. It removes contaminants using a membrane filter that prevents solids and major bacteria from passing through.
As a result, you will receive cleaned water that is free of pollutants.
If the water in your home looks rusty or contains reddish-brown particles that settle to the bottom, it is likely that you have excessive amounts of iron in your water. The problem of high iron concentrate frequently extends beyond simply leaving orange, black, or gray stains on your fixtures and clothing. It frequently leaves a metallic odor and taste in your water and stimulates the growth of bacteria, which can be quite problematic.
The Ojibwe (Chippewa), Ottawa, and Potawatomi peoples were loosely united in the Council of Three Fires and lived in this area for a long time. Native Americans were pushed to the outside of the territory as American immigrants arrived.
On February 20, 1855, the Minnesota Legislature formed Doty County, which was later renamed Newton County on March 3, 1855. The territory east and south of the St. Louis River was formerly part of the county, while the area east of the Vermilion River and north of the St. Louis River was part of Superior County. The county of Superior was renamed St. Louis County.
St. Louis County was renamed Lake County on March 1, 1856. Newton County was renamed St. Louis County, and that eastern portion was added to it; it was also expanded westward by incorporating sections of Itasca County, which comprised most of Carlton County at the time. St. Louis County was founded on May 23, 1857, when Carlton County was formed from sections of St. Louis and Pine counties.
Crane Lake is an unincorporated community located within the Kabetogama State Forest in Crane Lake Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Along Saint Louis County Roads 23 and 24, the community is located 27 miles northeast of Orr. Crane Lake, 45 miles northeast of Cook.
Archibald Mark Chisholm, a mining man and investor from Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada, was the inspiration for the city’s name. Chisholm Post Office has been in existence since 1901. Chisholm’s population grew quickly, thanks to a railroad line to Duluth and lots of mining industry in and around town. By 1908, the town had more than 6,000 residents and 500 buildings.
Buyck is a Minnesota unincorporated community located in Portage Township, Saint Louis County.
Buyck was the name of a post office that opened in 1913 and lasted until 1963. Charles Buyck, an early settler and later county administrator, was honored with the community’s name.
Ely is a city in the United States, located in Saint Louis County. At the time of the 2010 census, the population was 3,460. It’s on the Vermilion Iron Range, and various iron ore mines have been there in the past. On Ely’s main street, you’ll find a mix of outdoor clothing shops and restaurants.
The city of Cook was originally known as Little Fork, after the river of the same name that runs through it, and later as Ashawa, which means “by the river or across the river,” but its name was changed to its current name on August 1, 1908, at the request of the United States Postal Service “to avoid confusion with a village in southern Minnesota named Oshawa.” On May 13, 1926, Cook was incorporated.
The city was founded on March 13, 1889, making it the oldest in the Arrowhead area. It was named for mining financier Charlemagne Tower. The Tower Train Museum is situated in Tower, and the McKinley Monument, the first erected in commemoration of former US President William McKinley shortly after his assassination in 1901, is located near the museum.
Virginia is a city in St. Louis County, Minnesota, United States. Virginia thrived as an iron mining town and is now the Mesabi Range’s commercial center, functioning as a shopping, industrial, educational, and medical hub for the neighboring areas.
Frank Hibbing established the town in 1893. At the time of the 2010 census, the population was 16,361. The city was established on the Mesabi Iron Range’s rich iron ore. The Hull–Rust–Mahoning Open Pit Iron Mine, the world’s largest open-pit iron mine, is located on the edge of town.
It was originally a logging community, then a dairy community for most of its history, but it is currently best described as a bedroom community, with the majority of its working people working in nearby Duluth, Grand Rapids, Hibbing, and Cloquet. Floodwood is dominated by two major highways: US Highway 2 and State Highway 73.
Duluth is the county seat of St. Louis County and a port city in the United States state of Minnesota. Duluth is Minnesota’s fourth-largest city, with a population of 86,697 people. It is also the hub of Minnesota’s second-largest metropolitan area, with a population of 278,799. The Twin Ports, which include Duluth and Superior, Wisconsin, create a metropolitan area known as the Twin Ports.
It used to be the only city in the county to expand in population, as much of the area’s residential and business expansion occurred there. Hermantown is located near Lake Superior. At the time of the 2010 census, the population was 9,414 people. The city has a total area of 34.37 square miles, according to the United States Census Bureau.
Eveleth was platted on April 22, 1893, on land that was then part of the Adams-Spruce Mine. It was initially located about 1 mile southwest of where it is now. Erwin Eveleth, a prominent employee of a local wood company, was honored with the town’s name. Iron ore was discovered beneath the city site in 1895, prompting the establishment of a post office.
Minnesota has some very hard water and extremely high levels of iron. Thankfully, these water problems don’t pose a health risk, but they do create problems with plumbing, appliances, clothes, and glassware. Which costs you money. Water softeners soften the hard water and can help you save money on your water usage, extend the life of your dishwasher, washing machine and other water-based appliances. Soft water also makes your clothing whiter, brighter and less scratchy.