Water Softener Installations in Dayton, OH
Hard water, while not harmful to your health, can create problems in your plumbing. Pipes are more likely to corrode, your toilet bowl may have hard-to-remove stains, and your water heater tank will suffer from scale buildup.
But your plumbing system is not the only thing affected by hard water. Your skin and hair may feel rough after showering, clothes will look dull out of the washer, and it may be harder to get soap scum off your dishes.
Fortunately, whole-house water softening is available to tackle your hard water problems. Spartan Plumbing provides water softener installations throughout Dayton, OH and surrounding areas. We’ll help you choose the best type of system for your property and make sure it’s properly connected to your existing water line.
How Long Will Installation Take?
The time frame depends on whether or not your property is pre-plumbed. Newer homes often have water softener loops already installed. If your home is pre-plumbed with this feature, our team can easily have your water softener connected and running within a couple of hours.
If your property doesn’t have an existing water softener loop, you can still install a whole-house water softener. We’ll just need to prepare your home for this new addition. This includes accessing your water supply line, putting in bypass valves, and installing new pipes (if necessary). All of this will take a few hours to ensure that your water softener and water lines are connected properly and working efficiently.
We understand you have a busy schedule and the last thing you need is a water softener installation job that drags on. That’s why we arrive on time, ready to get to work. Our fully-stocked service trucks have all of the necessary equipment to complete the job in one go, saving you time.
Which Type of Water Softener is Best?
Homeowners looking to install a new water softener have three main types to choose from.
Salt-based systems (ion exchange): This is the most common type of water softener and is what most people think of when they start their search for a new system. Salt-based systems use two tanks—one contains the resin beads that are used to capture hard water minerals such as calcium and magnesium; the other tank supplies the brine solution that removes the harsh minerals from your hard water.
Salt-free systems: These water softeners use potassium chloride rather than sodium to combat hard water. Unlike salt-based systems, there is no need to check your salt levels or worry about refilling the tank. As a result, salt-free systems are ideal for homeowners who prefer something that doesn’t require too much maintenance. They also don’t take up as much space as salt-based units.
Reverse osmosis: This is a more comprehensive water filtration system that not only works against hard water but removes other contaminants as well.
There is no single type of water softener that is better than another. The best one for you depends on your own needs and preferences.
Spartan Plumbing will discuss your needs in detail and help you select the right water softening system for your household.
Reliable Plumbers Near You
Spartan Plumbing not only serves Dayton—our service area covers a wide range throughout southwestern Ohio. Many of our customers call us from Greene, Montgomery, and Warren Counties.
Some of the cities and communities we serve:
It was a very professional job done
Brian - Franklin, OH
Very good experience
Robert - Franklin, OH
Brooks - Carlisle, OH
Top notch. I had a major problem and it was fixed fast and right!
Great and quick service
Lamia - Springboro, OH
Repair of toilet leak.
Stephen - Dayton, OH
Outstanding service. Very courteous and expert technicians.
I'm happy I called Spartan
Rudy - Springboro, OH
Project turned out to be bigger than first estimated. They kept me informed and involved in the decision making. I am very satisfied.
Water Heater Issue
Ryen Carter - Miamisburg, OH
Great Service, services were kind of pricey
Randy - Springboro, OH
Kim - Franklin, OH
Informative, helpful, awesome job!
Rebecca - Fairborn, OH
Ben answered all of our questions and was very informative about the type of plumbing we had and how to maintain it. He seemed to really love doing his job! He was safe, fixed the pinhole pipe burst quickly and without any troubles, and is definitely an asset to his company! Provided excellent service. Will ask for him again personally if we need plumbing services. Thank you Ben!
Diane - Dayton, OH
Spartan is my plumber of choice!
Professional and up front. Would recommend!
Matt - Dayton, OH
On time, up front pricing, first time user of the company. Will definitely use them again.
Always the Best!
Katir - Miamisburg, OH
We called and they were able to come out same day. They always have such amazing, accurate, fast, and well priced service. Nothing but the best from Spartan Plumbing!
Extremely friendly, excellent work
Josh - Germantown, OH
Awesome work with incredible work ethic. Extremely professional and very friendly.
very good service very professional
Cindy - Waynesville, OH
I was very pleased with the work Ben did. Would hire again
Customer had a broken kitchen faucet. While inspecting under the kitchen sink, found the stops to be in bad condition, recommended new stops be put in. When I went to shut off water to condominium found those valves to be broken and not shutting off all the way. Could not put in new kitchen sink stops. Put in a new professional grade kitchen pull down faucet, one year warranty on parts and labor.
Installed new main water shut off in crawl space in Franklin Ohio. Replaced water shut off in laundry room. 1 year warranty parts and labor.
Installation of new customer supplied kitchen faucet. Does not include new shutoff valves. Install two sink baskets, cut one drain line and cap it off, install a waste kit to pick up both sink baskets, and install new trap. All plumbing will be new from sink bowl to drain line going into the wall. This price is for no garbage disposal. Note: This can also be done with a new garbage disposal. (This price + garbage disposal price or cs disposal)
Customer called with a leak behind hose bib. Had the maintenance tech for the condominium come out and open up wall so that Spartan Plumbing could access the leak. Found hose bib was not connected and constant water was spraying from connection. Fixed the leak and supplied a new professional grade hose bib with a 1 year parts and labor â€œworry freeâ€ warranty. Turned back on water and found a second leak on same water line, fixed this leak at no additional charge to Sue.
Replaced customer supplied kitchen faucet in Kettering Ohio. Installed garbage disposal, kitchen sink basket strainer and drain lines underneath kitchen sink. Installed 3 new shut offs underneath kitchen sink. Installed customer supplied dishwasher. No warranty on customer supplied material. 1 year parts and labor warranty through Spartan plumbing for connections.
Install customer supplied Rheem tankless water heater.
Turn off main water shutoff valve, bleed down system, cut cpvc water lines, convert to copper pipe, and install new shutoff valves for hot and cold side of washer machine. Install new remodel single handle shower valve through front access. Comes with new basic chrome trim package. This price is to remove trim from existing shower valve, cut hole for front access to shower valve, remove shower valve and install new valve with chrome remodel plate. This price includes all new shower trim.
Quoted repair on kitchen sink venting and drainage.
Earl called in with a leak under his toilet. Pulled the toilet and found the floor around toilet to be warped and in bad condition, told Earl heâ€™ll need the floor repaired for the new toilet to set right. Earl has a flooring guy coming out Sunday and will need us to come back on Tuesday and reset set new toilet. Also found the shut off valve for the toilet to be broken, installed a new shut off valve. 1 year warranty on everything that Spartan did after the flooring in fixed.
Cut into 1 inch gas line on right side of home outside and ran new gas line from there to pool heater on the same side of house. Shut off valve right after Tee was cut in also on the end of the run a Tee was installed for pressure test when the time comes.