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    1. Member soncjet's Avatar
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      02-18-2012 03:09 PM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by Tinker Toy View Post
      Yikes! I paid about $500 for a 32,000 grain softener and installed it myself. A nearby plumbing place wanted about $900 for a supplied and installed softener. That's $400 for a couple hours of work.
      thats what i'm wondering what the difference is all about. all i have to do, is buy one. take it downstairs, and hook up the hoses and open the water valves. 1 hour, and done. $500 is alot easier to swallow than 2400.
      I used to own stuff. Then I sold it. So i bought different stuff. Now I just have different stuff.

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      Apr 30th, 2003
      Toronto, Canada
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      02-18-2012 03:33 PM #27
      Originally Posted by Sizzla
      I just got an estimate from kinetico for their non electric softener with ro included for the entire home for $4100!!

      kinetico makes a verrry good product but they are over priced imo. if it was a choice between kinetico/culligan or big box store brand...id dish out the extra $$$ and go with kinetico knowing i got one of the better softners on the market.

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