Thinking of purchasing a Wolverine Water system? Here are your next steps. - Wolverine Water Systems

Thinking of purchasing a Wolverine Water system? Here are your next steps.

Ready to take the plunge on a Wolverine Water system? Here’s how to get started. 

1) Free Water Test

The first step to solving your pesky water issues is to diagnose the problem. Call Wolverine Water, and one of our expert technicians will schedule a visit to run a free water test. This will help identify what contaminants are in your water and then make recommendations on which system will work best for you. The water test is quick and simple — it only takes about 20 minutes. 

2) Selecting Your System

After identifying exactly what’s in your water, our technicians will recommend which system best addresses your needs. We offer a wide range of products to combat the contaminants impacting your home’s water. Choose a drinking water system to freshen up your cooking and drinking water or a whole home system to combat the impacts of hard water across your home. Need help weighing your options? Check out this Wolverine Water blog post on the difference between under-sink drinking water units and whole-home water purification systems. 

3) Financing

We know a whole home water system can be an investment, so we want to make it simple for you to start. If you want to learn more about financing, our team can set up a meeting with you to discuss the available options. Just give us a call at 1 (800) 589-8507 or talk to your technician. 

4) Install

After payment or financing is complete, our Wolverine Water technicians will schedule a time to install the new system into your home. Reverse osmosis drinking water systems will be installed under your sink, while whole-home systems are usually installed near your home’s water main shut-off valve. Our technicians will shut off your home’s water main and install the unit into your existing plumbing. Then, they’ll test the system after installation to ensure everything is working properly and walk you through how to maintain the unit, including when to add softening salt and how to identify potential problems. Our technicians are there to help and answer any questions you may have. 

5) Water Retest 

After installation, your technician will retest your home’s water and compare the results with your initial water test. Then, you can get busy living life with fresh, purified water in your home! 

Ready to get started? Give us a call today.

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