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Water Softeners and Reverse Osmosis Systems in Bemidji

Range Water Conditioning has been a family-owned and operated business for nearly 50 years. In the Bemidji area, we offer a wide range of water treatment and water filtration system services, as well as the best warranties and pricing. Whether you rent or buy, you need safe drinking water from your own plumbing and kitchen sink. We offer simple treatment and filtration options to help you get rid of your unfiltered, unhealthy water. Our highly qualified staff is always available to help you.

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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.

Do you want to purify your water?

Iron removal system eliminates iron as well as manganese and sulfur from your water supply.

Water Softener Systems

Incorporating soft water into your house is beneficial in more ways than one. It is beneficial to your plumbing systems and your health. While hard water is harsh and contains unwanted impurities that eat away at your plumbing, soft water is kinder and puts substantially less pressure on your entire plumbing system.

Despite the fact that a single hard water shower might not make a perceptible difference, the accumulation of using hard water on a regular basis will cause your hair and skin to degrade. You’ll notice that your skin becomes itchy and dry, and your hair loses its elasticity and shine. Fortunately, the solution for this is simple. It’s possible to reverse these negative effects by using soft water.
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Salt-Based Water Softeners

Due to the fact that salt-based water softeners remove the minerals that create hardness from the water, they beat salt-free systems. A salt-based system provides all of the benefits of softened water: no scaling on fixtures or appliances, vibrant and moisturized skin and hair, spot-free dishes, shiny and soft clothing, and reduced soap consumption throughout the home. Additional long-term benefits include more efficient and durable appliances, as well as reduced repair and maintenance costs.

Salt-Free Water Softeners

Salt-free water softeners do not eliminate dissolved rock and minerals from your water; rather, they alter the chemical structure of water minerals throughout the descaling process, and they prevent solids from accumulating around your home. However, areas where water sits, such as the water heater, will continue to accumulate limescale. These systems run more slowly since they rely on electromagnets to alter the chemical makeup of the water, rather than just filtering it through a resin bed.
Testing your water by a local water expert is the only way to know if you have a water problem, how to resolve it, and what systems and services you’ll need to protect your family and home. Give us a call today and we’ll test your water and recommend a course of action.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Point of Use Reverse Osmosis - Whole House Reverse Osmosis
Since they were introduced as home water purification devices in the 1970s, reverse osmosis water purifiers have increased in popularity. Today, a reverse osmosis system is highly recommended for residential use due to its incredibly high-quality filtration process.

The reverse osmosis water purification method utilizes a semi-permeable membrane to remove pollutants from the water, leaving it clean and pure for human consumption. Its high-pressure technique contributes positively to the purification process.
Reverse osmosis used throughout the house eliminates practically all pollutants, including sodium, calcium, potassium, iron, zinc, lead, arsenic, magnesium, fluoride, manganese, cyanide, chloride as well as microorganisms and other chemicals

Point of Use Reverse Osmosis

Point-of-use Reverse Osmosis, sometimes referred to as “POU R/O,” can be utilized practically everywhere where a low-cost, effective water treatment system is required to give various amounts of water that is purer than raw tap or well water.

When R/O is applied appropriately, numerous benefits are achieved to the end user.  The advantage of RO system is that it provides high-quality water on demand and at the kitchen sink.

Whole House Reverse Osmosis

When you have several water issues and require high-quality water throughout your home, a whole-house reverse osmosis system is an excellent solution. This technology, which uses the reverse osmosis technique, succeeds where other water treatment systems have failed.

Your family will be able to drink pure, safe water from every faucet in your home. Additionally, your showers, faucets, and water-consuming appliances will benefit.

Hard Water vs Soft Water

Wells and piping systems in our cities supply the water we use in our bathrooms, sinks, and showers. It is inevitable that this water will encounter calcium deposits and mineral pockets as it moves through the ground. These all leave an imprint on the water, and when it reaches your home, there are trace levels of iron, calcium, and magnesium. Hard water refers to untreated, mineral-rich, raw water.

In order to avoid having hard water in our homes, many of us turn to soft water. We make soft water by removing the harsh minerals from hard water through a process called filtration. There is no doubt that the water in your various household systems is safe and devoid of any undesirable contaminants thanks to this.

Iron Removal and Filtration Systems

Iron filters eliminate iron, sulfur, and manganese from your water, resolving a variety of water problems. Iron filters dissolve and then filter out these minerals, leaving clean, fresh-smelling, and good-tasting water. There will be no more iron stains, stinky taste, or foul odors. With an iron filter, you can protect your pipes and appliances against rust and corrosion, resulting in a longer product life and enhanced performance.

We offer water treatment products and services for residential and commercial applications. We can help with hard water issues, water filtration, and water purification. Call today.

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Are you ready to upgrade your water supply with a residential water filter and softener system? Whether you’re looking for a reverse osmosis water filtration system, iron filtration system, or water softener treatment systems, we’ll walk you through the many options available to you and your property. Contact us immediately.

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Water Issues in Bemidji Water

When they dug Bemidji’s wells in the mid 20th century, the land near the airport was the perfect place with good water. That’s why all five of the city’s wells are located at the airport. But that was also the place where firefighters trained for years with firefighting foams that contain PFAS.

PFAS are man-made chemicals that have been highly used in many different industries because of their ability to repel oil and water. They are also known as “forever chemicals” because they build up in our bodies and they never break down.

Has Your Water Been Tested for PFAS?

At first, the amount of PFAS chemicals in the water was not in alarming quantities. But after the water was tested with more accurate methods a few years later, they saw that the number of chemicals was much higher and far more dangerous.
Bemidji had to shut down 3 of their 5 wells. Bemidji started to look for ways to fix this problem. They decided to build a water treatment plant to get the harmful chemicals out of the water, which will cost 16.5 million dollars.

Bemidji, Minnesota

Bemidji, “The First City on the Mississippi”, is a medium-sized city located in northern Minnesota. It lies on Lake Bemidji about 150 miles northwest of Duluth. Bemidji has a population of around 15 thousand people. It’s surrounded by three Indian reservations and many lakes. Bemidji is a shortened version of the Ojibwe name ‘Bay-may-ji-ga-maug’ which means ‘lake with crossing waters’.

Bemidji Landmarks

  • Paul Bunyan & Babe the Blue Ox Statues
  • Headwaters Science Center
  • Lake Bemidji
  • Beltrami County History Center
  • Cameron Park
  • Diamond Point Park
  • Bemidji City Park

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