Water softeners

BRITISH-MADE water softeners from just £499

Prices include delivery
Purchase 'Hi-Flo' if you have a mains-pressure hot water system
Two year parts & labour warranty, and all are made in the UK


CA 200
Mini unit
2 person model - battery powered
VERY COMPACT, holds 6 litres.
Uses 1kg of salt per generation
H: 448mm. W: 225mm. D: 440mm
£499
£512 (Hi-flo model)

CA 210
Mini unit
2 person model - electric powered
VERY COMPACT, holds 6 litres.
Uses 1kg of salt per generation
H: 448mm. W: 225mm. D: 440mm
£499
£512 (Hi-flo model)

CA 100
Small to medium family softener
4 person model - battery powered
COMPACT, but still holds 10 litres. Uses 1.6kg of salt per generation
H: 545. W: 245mm. D: 470mm
£499
£517 (Hi-flo model)

CA 110
Small to medium family softener
4 person model - electric powered
COMPACT, but still holds 10 litres. Uses 1.6kg of salt per generation
H: 545. W: 245mm. D: 470mm
£499
£517 (Hi-flo model)

SD 130
Small to medium family softener
4 person model - electric powered
10 litres. Uses 1.4kg of salt per generation
H: 620mm. W: 245mm. D: 470mm
£531
£551 (Hi-flo model)

SD 530
Best value softener
8 person model - electric powered
15 litres. Uses 2.1kg of salt per generation
H: 632mm. W: 277mm. D: 476mm
£534
£553 (Hi-flo model)

CA 500
Best seller
8 person model - battery powered
15 litres. Uses 2.1kg of salt per generation
H: 550mm. W: 277mm. D: 476mm
£551
£570 (Hi-flo model)

CA 510
Best seller
8 person model - electric powered
15 litres. Uses 2.1kg of salt per generation
H: 550mm. W: 277mm. D: 476mm
£551
£570 (Hi-flo model)

Typical price of installation:
£290.00 (labour) plus materials used (RG postcode only)
Please note that this is a typical price, and doesn’t reflect all fitting scenarios.
You should be aware that you may lose a typical floor-standing kitchen cupboard to house the softener in usual circumstances, though the CA200 and CA210 are very compact.

IMPORTANT:
Drinking softened water isn’t advised for some people due to the elevated sodium (salt) level, and must never be given to babies. However, due to fitting constraints, it isn’t always possible to provide a ‘hard water’ drinking tap. In such circumstances, we would assess your level of water hardness based on your postcode. If the level of hardness falls below 307 parts per million (ppm), then (as a water softener adds 92ppm) you would be ok to consume the water.
The softener requires to eject water to a drain (just like a washing machine) so it must be located close to a drain pipe.
Ideally, the softener will be located close to an outside wall - as an overflow pipe is required. This isn’t always possible. In such circumstances we recommend the use of a ‘water leak alarm’ which are inexpensive.