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Water Conditioning Product Preliminary Questionnaire

There are several details that important to the purchase of water products The two essential aspects in correctly sizing a water filteration or conditioning device; capacity is one, which everyone has heard of but the critical part of correctly sizing a water filteration or conditioning device is the constant service flow rate (SFR) gpm. For example, on the majority of homes, our 32,000 grain unit (1 cubic foot of resin) is more than enough capacity. There are conditions that would create a need for a larger unit: larger family (6 or more), larger house (4000sq ft+) and/or very hard water (over 15 grains).

Please complete what details you know on our form, and this will help us help you!

* First Name


* Last Name




State / Province

Zip Code


* Phone

 include area code

* Email

Best Time to Call

 HH:MM am/pm

How did you find us?

 Residential    Commercial    Industrial

Age of Structure

 approximate years

Pipe Material

 steel, pvc, copper, galv, poly, kitec
Water Supply
 City    Well Water    Private Community Well
Unit Location
 Wet or Exterior Use    Dry or Interior Use

Hardness of Water

 parts per million or grains per gallon
Your water supplier can provide a test kit or they are available at most hardware stores.

TDS Levels

Well Water Problems

Diameter Incoming Water Line


Diameter Return Water Line

 1.5 or 2 inches

Diameter Recirculation Line

Current Water Treatment
 None    Water Softener    Chemicals

Number of People at Location

Number of Bathrooms

Please provide outline
of any questions
Thank You!

Verification Code

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