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Old 03-25-2013, 08:40 AM
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We have just purchased in "The Villages" and in our shopping have seen a few homes that have purchased and installed a water purifying system. 1. Can anyone recommend a good purifying system, and second, someone who has knowledge installing it? thank you!
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Go to Home Depot and u can buy a water boss for around 500 dollars an maybe they will have somebody install. I have had a water boss for 5 years and love it, also you can go on line and read about it
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We had Kiley from Lady Lake install a simple, inexpensive, and very effective system with very little maintenance (change filter every 4-5 months).
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Pegasus Water Systems dependable and professional!
Read all three of your other posts, all posted today. Guess you own the business locally that sells that system.
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:39 AM
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took the words out of my mouth!

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Kenetico has a good product as far as not using electricity, however, the hardness in this water can wreak havoc on the small water propulsion gears in their units. I have a Pegasus Water Unit and am thoroughly satisfied. It has what they call KDF in the vessel, which inhibits bacteria growth!
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I have a Pegasus Water System that uses Potassium instead of salt, and doesn't breed bacteria like most others!
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If you want to spend money on a water purifier, that is up to you. You do know that The Villages has a perfectly good municipal water system - just like all municipalities. An annual water test quality report is sent to all of us attesting to that fact. Now, I will say that the water in The Villages is hard and a water softener would be a nice thing to have. We have one and it was installed by a plumber but we bought it at Lowe's. Very reasonable, and we're happy with it. I prefer the coldness and the taste of water from the frig, my husband doesn't care and drinks water from the tap and we're both fine with it.
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