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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Pequot Lakes Water
Pequot Lakes drinking water comes from two wells ranging from 140 to 143 feet deep, that draw water from the Quaternary Buried Artesian aquifer. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency sets safe drinking water standards. These standards limit the amounts of specific contaminants allowed in drinking water. This ensures that tap water is safe to drink for most people. Local government worked with the Minnesota Department of Health to test drinking water for more than 100 contaminants.
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Pequot Lakes, Minnesota
Pequot Lakes was platted in March 1900. It was named by a postal official for the first Indian-sounding name he thought of, which is the name of a former tribe of Algonquian Indians in eastern Connecticut. A post office was established at Pequot Lakes in 1896. The city has a total area of 18.15 square miles (47.01 km2), of which 16.43 square miles (42.55 km2) is land and 1.81 square miles (4.69 km2) is water.