Northern New Jersey Water Softener Company Announces Water Softener Trade-In Deal for Home and Business Owners

Suburban Morris Water Conditioning announces a “Hard Cash for Soft Water” promotion to upgrade old, inefficient water softeners.

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John Noon, Suburban Morris Water Conditioning

“Hard water is one of the most common water problems in New Jersey, and many people don’t realize that it is the culprit behind many persistent problems."_ John Noon, Water Quality Expert at Suburban Morris

Randolph, NJ (PRWEB) September 11, 2013

If you have hard water, an old, inefficient water softener, and live in Northern New Jersey, now may be the time to upgrade it to a new, highly efficient computerized water softener.

For a limited time, Suburban Morris Water Conditioning is providing a trade-in allowance on any water softener make and model, for replacement with a highly efficient, state of the art water conditioner. All brands qualify for trade-in, although the discount provided varies from $50 to $500 depending on the existing system. No water softener trade-in? Suburban Morris is also offering “Hard Cash” pricing for first time water softener installation. For more information, call 1-800-520-8484 or visit http://www.suburbanmorris.com.

According to John Noon, Water Quality Expert, Suburban Morris Water Conditioning’s new generation of water softeners regenerate on a water usage demand basis, not on a timer basis, as with older systems. By regenerating only when necessary, owners save on the amount of water used and on the consumption of salt and energy.

Mr. Noon says, “Hard water is one of the most common water problems in New Jersey, and many people don’t realize that it is the culprit behind many persistent problems, such as stains on laundry, poor soap lathering, soap scum, corroded pipes and appliances, mineral scale buildup on fixtures, and poor taste and smell, all of which we can cure with water softening and purification systems.”

Water conditioning, known as “water softener” systems work by removing certain "hard" minerals found in water, such as calcium, magnesium and iron, and replacing these hard water mineral ions with "soft" ions such as small amounts of sodium (salt).

Water softeners are recognized as the most effective method of making hard water more refreshing. Water softening will dissolve soap more completely, skin condition may improve, spots will be reduced or eliminated on dishes, laundry will be cleaner, stains may disappear, and fixtures will last longer.

About Suburban Morris:
Suburban Morris Water Conditioning is a family owned and operated company that provides top quality water softening, water filtration, and water purification systems. For more than fifty years, Suburban Morris has been recognized as a highly expert and reputable water conditioning resource serving Northern New Jersey, including Bergen County, Northern Essex County, Northern Hunterdon County, Morris County, Passaic County, Sussex County, and Warren County. Suburban Morris provides water softeners, water filtration, and water purification, including reverse osmosis drinking water systems.

Suburban Morris provides ElectraSoft water softening equipment, which is manufactured according to exacting standards and offers an exceptional 20-Year Guarantee — the most comprehensive warranty offered for any water conditioner. Call Suburban Morris Water Conditioning to have your home or business inspected for water quality issues and to receive a free recommendation on the type and size of water softener or other water treatment system that is best for your need.

Call 1-800-520-8484 and schedule a free appointment with one of our certified water experts to evaluate your water problem and receive a free test for hard water.

Suburban Morris Water Conditioning professionals practice according to standards set by the Water Quality Association, the leading international association for promoting the highest principles of honesty, integrity, and professionalism in the water quality improvement industry.

For more information, call 1-800-520-8484 or visit http://www.suburbanmorris.com.


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