How Often Should I Regenerate My Water Softener?

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In most cases water softeners can be regenerated once per week. This of course depends on your water quality, and how hard your water is. For harder water you may find yourself changing once every five days, for softer water you may only have to change once every two weeks.
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1. Remove any salt bridges. In particularly humid environments, salt will crust up inside the salt storage tank. The bridge creates an air gap between the water and the salt. New
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Probably every other day. Personally, get one which does volume based rather than time based regeneration. Those are non-electric- they are epowered by water flow.
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Depends on the water softener make and size. Usually between 30 -50 gallons.
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The regeneration cycle will take approximately 103 minutes but may
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