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    Backflow preventer: basement usage?

    I've been reading online the use of backflow preventers for irrigation systems and often read that one of the benefits of using a Double-Check Backflow Preventer is that it can be placed below the height of the highest head in the system, making it applicable for underground or basement usage...
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    Sizing a well tank for a sprinkler system.

    Hi, I have a family of 4 living in a home with 2.5 baths and currently have a WellMate WM-6 (20gal) well tank. We're in the process of installing a sprinkler system and I'm wondering if the existing well tank is sufficient. The sprinkler system consists of about 7 zones where each zone will...
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    Water softener flushing question

    I'm looking to install a water softener for the home and had a quick question about where to flush the system. I currently have a corrugated pipe that runs outside my entire foundation (below the frost line) of which all my drain spouts are connected to. This pipe goes to daylight. My plan was...
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    Need help choosing a water softener system

    Yeah I have one today and it works really well. @dittohead any insight based on my report? Thanks!
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    Hey man. I posted my report here...

    Hey man. I posted my report here. Appreciate any advice. Thanks!
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    Need help choosing a water softener system

    Here's the report... Thanks!
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    Need help choosing a water softener system

    Right the test was done from Quabbin Analytical Labs here locally. Being right next to the reservoir I'm lucky enough to have a lab pretty much next door. :) Some of the other requested values: Iron 0.03 Manganese 0.07 Ph 7.74 Arsenic 0.00189 I'll look at the report more and see if any values...
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    Need help choosing a water softener system

    Been suffering from hard well water since we built our house 10+ years ago and decided it's finally time to get a softening system. A bit overwhelmed at all of the options out there however. For some reason I thought there was a site where you could input your water test data and it would...
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