I need to get a water softner for the house we just moved into. Looks like Home Depot, Lowes, Sears, etc all carry similar models in the $350-$400 range. Looking for one with on cycle based on water usage as we have private septic and want to minimze salt usage. Anyone have any good or bad expereince they want to share? TIA
Kenmore's aren't the highest quality (I've taken one apart, it is all plastic) so it will have a shorter life than more expensive softeners, but it has worked well for us. The big reason I got it is because it was a good deal (20% off plus bing cashback) and it dropped right in place the of the old one, so I didn't need to do any plumbing
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