Home Services
877-417-8223 877-417-8223

Water Treatment
Systems

How It Works


What’s in Your Water?

Understanding what's in your home's water will determine the best water softener for your home. We will provide a FREE in-home water test, complete a basic plumbing inspection and make recommendations based on any hard water issues.

Water Softener Installers

The Home Depot’s whole house water softener installation service professionals are local, licensed, insured, and have undergone a thorough background-screening process before conducting a free in-home consultation.

Flexible Financing

We offer a wide range of flexible financing options including The Home Depot Consumer Credit Card issued by Citibank, N.A. and The Home Depot Project Loan issued by GreenSky, LLC,plus one competitive price on water treatment projects.

Installing Leading Water Softener Brands

We install major brands of water purification systems including water filters, whole house water softeners, water treatment systems and more in order to effectively improve your home’s water quality.

Ecowater Rainsoft Kinetico Puronics

Customer Reviews


August 3, 2018

The installers went up into my attic they were supposed to put copper piping throughout the whole sy


CA
June 28, 2018

The "Water Treatment Project" ended up just being a show-and-tell for RainSoft products and a high-p


CO
June 17, 2018

Still have to contact the company but one of the reps drilled a hole through my duct that my dryer i


NV
June 14, 2018

local service too costly


IL
June 6, 2018

The gentleman that came out to do the test was very knowledgeable. When they scheduled the appointm


OK
May 28, 2018

Not satisfied. Never again.


TX
May 18, 2018

I will be calling the better business bureau after this project is complete not very happy at all


CO
May 13, 2018

RainSoft Water Treatment


OK
May 4, 2018

I didn’t have the company do the project.


FL
April 29, 2018

Rigged the install with copper pipe. It works, looks bad, Didn't have parts, did not want to drive b


UT
March 24, 2018

This is a scam to get people to buy a water Softener or filter for their home. Unfortunetly we fell


MI
March 6, 2018

We want somebody to come out and look at the installation and reconfiguration it. The Exterior pip


TX
February 18, 2018

The sales person who came out stated quite a few perks to get me to buy. I really felt that they wer


CA
February 8, 2018

The crew that was sent were the worst in customer satisfaction. Were in a rush to finished and never


NV
January 25, 2018

Something is very wrong with the installation, and the ozone generator for the washing machine screw


CO
January 15, 2018

Sales person extremely aggressive and more worried about their commission than helping improve water


OH
December 31, 2017

Installer caused two floods (one in my kitchen and one in my laundry and hall area of my home) while


AZ
December 21, 2017

Install process


NJ
December 7, 2017

Simple and neat installation performed


NJ
December 7, 2017

No good service


MN
December 6, 2017

Water Waste


TX
November 9, 2017

Customer service was unbelievably bad.


CA
November 8, 2017

Installer did not install the water filter properly causing water damage throughout my basement. St


RI
October 20, 2017

Had 3 appointments and never really got the service I was promised aerator still dirty even though i


FL
October 13, 2017

-You are basically charging the 7k onto a credit card. -my sink leaks now and didnt before -over 2 m


TX
October 13, 2017

Only if you’re paying cash. Finance company is a joke.


TX
September 26, 2017

I recently bought my first house and starting shopping at Home Depot a lot, as if it was my second h


WI
September 16, 2017

Is a scam. Now im $10,000 dollars in debt. I dont understand how Home Depot got involved


TN
September 13, 2017

The water system was installed properly and the installer was cheerful and friendly. But after a wee


Riverside, CA
September 7, 2017

The water treatment system is AWSOME, however the accountability and help is atrocious. I bought my


TX
Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to common Water Softener Installation questions.

What is water treatment?

Water treatment is the process of filtering or chemically treating water. The most effective ways to improve water quality are point of entry (POE) and point of use (POU). POE involves such products as water softeners and whole-house water filters. These water softeners remove such minerals as calcium and manganese that cause hard water or other sediment buildup from an incoming water source. POU involves such products as under-sink water filtration including reverse osmosis, which removes extremely harmful contaminants such as arsenic, lead, sulfate, chlorine, VOCs, rust, sediment and more.

How do water softeners work?

Water softeners filter out minerals like calcium and manganese to deprive your home of hard water. During this softening process some sodium is added to the water, about as much as a piece of bread. After installation, additional salt should be added to the softener about once a month to ensure the highest-quality, softened water.

What are the benefits of whole house water softeners and treatment systems?

Benefits of water softeners and treatment systems go beyond cleaner, odorless, better-tasting water. After softening hard water, your skin may feel softer, your hair silkier, soap suds may last longer and your clothes feel softer. All with a reduced need for detergents and cleansers! Appliances like water heaters, dishwashers and washing machines will not only perform more efficiently, but last longer. Pipes and other appliances will also benefit from the reduction of calcium and magnesium buildup. And don't forget the positive impact on the environment.

How much does a water softener cost to operate?

The benefits of softened water may outweigh the cost of the salt, water and energy required for operation. Water softener salt will likely amount to a few dollars per person, per month. Unless choosing the more expensive potassium chloride to avoid additional sodium and potassium intake, a homeowner should recoup this expense by the diminished need for soap and detergent. You also may minimize the higher water bills associated with water softener installation by selecting a water-efficient model with a control value that will prevent unnecessary regeneration. Finally, water softeners are very energy efficient, requiring less power to operate than most small household appliances.

Why does water need to be softened?

Water is never destroyed. The same water that nourished the dinosaurs nourishes us as the never-ending water cycle continues to purify the same water over and over. However, as water falls back to earth as rain, it picks up air pollutants and dust. Once it hits the ground, this universal solvent dissolves and collects everything from sediment to pesticides. In the U.S., 80-90% of the total available water supply comes from this ground water.