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Lawrenceburg's Top-Rated Source for Water Softener Solutions

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Ohio Valley Pure Water provides high quality water treatment systems and water softeners for homeowners in Lawrenceburg and the surrounding cities. The Cincinnati metro area has a hard water problem that's likely to shorten the lifespan of your water-using appliances. Owning a water softener can not only soften your water but might save you money on soap, brighten your clothes, make your hair and skin softer, and add life to those appliances.

Ohio Valley Pure Water has been known around the greater Cincinnati eight county Tri-State area since 1988 for its wholesale pricing and excellent service. We know what works and what doesn't & what our customers like and what they don't like. Our quality is equal to the national brands & our prices are equal to the big box stores. As a family owned business with non-commission sales reps and no store front office our prices are up to 75% less than our competitor's prices.

Ohio Valley Pure Water Awarded "Super Service Award" by Angie's List for Six Straight Years!

Ohio Valley Pure Water Systems, Inc. BBB Business Review
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Best Deals on Water Softeners in Lawrenceburg, IN

Hard water contains large amounts of minerals that can cause build-up in water pipes and heating systems as well as unsightly calcification on dishes, drinking glasses, and shower heads. Hard water is less effective than soft water for bathing and washing because detergents cannot lather well with the minerals present.

A reliable water softener or water treatment solution from Ohio Valley Pure Water can save homeowners more than $100 each year from better performing soaps and less build-up in water pipes. Clothes and linens washed in soft water last longer, hair becomes cleaner and shiner, and skin becomes softer and clearer when washed with soft water as opposed to hard. The right Ohio Valley Pure Water softening systems can bring comfort and savings to your home.


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32,000 Grain Metered Water Conditioner

(Working Water for the Whole House)

$1,399.00 Cash

$1,499.00 Check or Credit Card

  • 9 x 48 pressure tank filled with 1.0 cubic feet of 8% cross-link resin formulated for non-chlorinated water with a 3/4 inch meter valve & a 2.5 x 20 carbon block filter, standard installation included

  • Add $100.00 for 10% cross-link resin formulated for chlorinated water

* Purchase of a Water Softener includes a free Reverse Osmosis system at a value of $449





48,000 Grain Metered

Water Conditioner

$1,749.00 Cash

$1,899.00 Check / Credit Card

  • 10 x 54 pressure tank filled with 1.5 cubic feet of 8% cross-link resin formulated for non-chlorinated water with a 3/4 inch meter valve & a 2.5 x 20 carbon block filter, standard installation included

  • Add $150.00 for 10% cross-link resin formulated for chlorinated water

* Purchase of a Water Softener includes a free Reverse Osmosis system at a value of $449


What is hard water?

Hard water is water that contains an appreciative quantity of dissolved minerals like calcium and magnesium. As water makes its way through the ground and into the waterways, it picks up minerals like chalk, lime and high levels of calcium and magnesium. The more minerals that are dissolved in the water the harder the water becomes. Most families in the Cincinnati tri-state eight county area have very hard water (9-14 grains hard) like Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Clermont County, and Dearborn County and others like it. Some have extremely hard water (over 14 grains hard) like in Butler County, Warren County, Loveland, Lebanon, Trenton, and Monroe.

How can I find out my water hardness?

Simply call your local water department where you pay your water bill. Just ask, "What is my water hardness in grains per gallon (G.P.G.)?

What is considered standard installation for a water softener?

Water line that is 1/2 or 3/4, installed in the unfinished area of your basement by your main water shutoff, no more than 25 feet of backwash line and an electrical outlet no more than 5 feet from the water softener.

Customer Reviews:

"We had the system in staled in the fall of 2015 just after we moved to r new house the person who put it in was very nice and did a great job putting in the system. When we had a little problem they where quick to respond. When it was time to have r system they called us made a appointment they came out serviced r system and the person they sent out was very nice and did a great job replacing r filters and cleaning out r tank." Mark Feick
"We have this product and service for 5 years and it has been just wonderful to have clean, pure water right out of the tap. Our children drink more water and we don't have to buy any plastic bottles. The service is friendly as well and thorough. It was a great investment in our health!" Samuel Muse