IMHO, buy the cheapest one. When the valve and controller needs fixing in 10 years, the zeolite will likely need to be replaced as well. Since Fleck and Clack no longer sell parts directly to consumers, the price of replacement is pretty close to the price of a new unit. Technology marches on and the new units will be better. For example, a 10 year old controller uses 60w of power while the new ones use 14w. 46w of per 24/7 adds up.gdanit wrote: ↑May 31st, 2016 10:21 amAnyone have opinions on these two softeners and/or the sellers?
http://www.waterworkcompany.com/water-softeners_6.asp for $1100 installed
http://www.aquatell.ca/products/fleck-2 ... 9622851589 for $1200 (no install.)
Are the systems comparable? Is there a difference between them as far as brand reputation or build quality? Should I just forget and buy the cheapest softener I can find?
There are no apostrophes in plurals! "I have 1000 posts" = correct. "I have 1000 post's" = incorrect!
Could've, would've, should've. It's simple English, people!
Voila: French, meaning "There it is!" or "Look!" Viola: A medium-sized stringed instrument Wala: An island of Vanuatu.