Range Water Conditioning
With products from Range Water Conditioning, you’ll have the treated water you need, when you need it. High-performance resin conditions your water with prime effectiveness. And our systems are easy and economical to use, simple to service and maintain. Range Water Conditioning can show you how.
Having problems with hard water?
Softened water feels smoother and doesn’t damage appliances like hard water.
Does your water taste bad?
Water filtration system removes all unwanted elements that can show up in your water.
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.
Iron Filtration Systems remove iron as well as manganese and sulfur from your water supply. This means no more rotten egg smell or rust stains. Another key benefit is the removal of sediment that can lead to poor tasting water. This provides an excellent benefit to those with well water as well.
Whole House Water Filters
There are all types of unwanted elements that can show up in your water. These are specialized products for your home water treatment system that offer specific filtration processes for when you require a bit more than a water softener.
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Grand Rapids Water Information
Grand Rapids officials have the numbers to back up claims of a clean water supply. For a number of potential contaminants, including lead and other metals, the city consistently ranks far below the maximum limit Minnesota allows. If that number is passed, the water is not safe to drink. Grand Rapids water runs from underground wells to cleaning, softening and fluoride addition steps before it goes out to the public. Everything takes place in the city’s water treatment facility. The city pumps over 2 million gallons of water through its facility every day.
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Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Grand Rapids was founded as a logging town, as the Mississippi River provided an optimal method of log shipment to population centers. The predecessor of the Blandin paper mill opened in 1902. The city of Grand Rapids is named for the 3.5-mile (5.6 km) long local rapids in the Mississippi River, which was the uppermost limit of practical steamboat travel during the late 19th century. Today, those rapids are hidden below the dam of the Blandin Paper Mill.
Things to do in Grand Rapids
- Judy Garland Museum
- Children’s Discovery
- Itasca County Historical Society
- Old Central School
- Historical Marker
- Forest History Center