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.
Duluth gets water pumped straight out of Lake Superior, the third largest lake in the world! Those with access to the municipal water enjoy the benefits of the Lakewood Treatment Plant which is responsible for cleaning and filtering the city’s water supply. Those that are not on the municipal water must rely on a well and well, they might run into some issues. Explore this page to learn more about the issues you might be facing and contact us when you’re ready to take the first step towards better water.
Having problems with hard water?
Does your water taste bad?
Do you want to purify your water?
Water Softener Systems
When it rains, the water is totally void of any minerals. Calcium and magnesium are among the minerals it picks up as it travels through the ground. Hard water is defined as water that has accumulated a high concentration of minerals. In terms of your health, hard water is not hazardous, but it is destructive to your home. Homeowners that suffer from hard water will greatly benefit from a water softener.
Salt-Based Water Softeners
You’ll notice that your clothes appear brighter and cleaner, and that your hair and skin are no longer dry and irritated. Additional long-term benefits include more efficient and durable equipment, as well as reduced repair and maintenance costs.
Salt-Free Water Softeners
A significant disadvantage of salt-free softeners is that they may be ineffective when exposed to other contaminants such as lead and chlorine. That is why we strongly advise our clients to install some form of filter in front of the system to keep the media clean. However, if you prefer to avoid salts/chemicals, salt-free softeners are the way to go.
Dangers of Iron In Drinking Water
If a home’s water supply is contaminated with iron, it might cause plumbing problems. Excess iron might produce a residue that can accumulate and cause blockage. When this happens, you will notice decreased water pressure or sluggish drainage. This is another reason to consider iron removal from drinking water.
Iron Removal and Filtration Systems
Manganese can produce many of the same problems as iron when it is present in water. It can discolor everything it comes into contact with at low doses. Manganese deposits accumulate in pipelines, causing black silt and a murky appearance to tap water due to precipitated manganese. Clothes washed in manganese-containing water may develop dark brown or black stains as a result of manganese oxidation.
Point of Use Reverse Osmosis - Whole House Reverse Osmosis
Reverse Osmosis Systems
While a point-of-entry system treats all of the water in the house, a point-of-use system only treats a portion of it. Point-of-use systems filter water at the “point” where it is used and are often installed at a single water connection, such as under the kitchen or bathroom sink.
Benefits of Using Reverse Osmosis System
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Duluth is a port city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and the county seat of St. Louis County. Duluth has a population of 85,618, making it Minnesota’s fourth-largest city and the center of Minnesota’s second largest metropolitan area, with a population of 278,799. Duluth forms a metropolitan area with neighboring Superior, Wisconsin; together they are called the Twin Ports. The city is named for Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, the area’s first known European explorer. Situated on the north shore of Lake Superior at the westernmost point of the Great Lakes, Duluth is the largest metropolitan areaon the lake and is accessible to the Atlantic Ocean 2,300 miles away via the Great Lakes Waterway and St. Lawrence Seaway. The Port of Duluth is the world’s farthest inland port accessible to oceangoing ships, and by far the largest and busiest port on the Great Lakes. The port is ranked among the top 20 ports in the United States by tonnage.