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WaterCare Dealers in Kansas

Below is a list of all WaterCare® dealers in Kansas. To contact the professional serving your specific location, enter your zip code above or fill in our contact form, and your local representative will be in touch.

6917 Martindale Rd
Shawnee, KS 66218
Proudly serving the KC metro area and beyond
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Does your home or business need quality water treatment solutions? WaterCare®, a leader in the water treatment industry for over 60 years, authorizes each dealer throughout Kansas for water testing and water conditioner, softener, filtration system, and drinking water system installations. For more details about dealers, view the company profiles for the service offerings in your area in Kansas.

Installing a Water Softener or Treatment System in Kansas

If you want the best water treatment system, including a water conditioner, softener, or filter, you need a trusted professional to provide a reliable installation. A water treatment system can only operate as well as the installation. But you can rest easy knowing all exclusive WaterCare® products come with an expert installation by a trained specialist. Our crews are friendly and arrive at the appointment on time, scheduled when it is most convenient for you!

Our water treatment process:

  1. Schedule a free, in-home consultation and water testing
  2. We discuss your needs, questions, and concerns during your appointment
  3. We review the water test results and recommend a custom water treatment solution
  4. Schedule a water treatment system installation
  5. Our crew cleans up so you can enjoy healthy, quality water — and peace of mind!

Ready to find the right solution for your water quality needs and concerns? Kansas WaterCare® dealers can help! They offer free consultations and home water testing to ensure the best solution for your home. Take the next step by learning more about WaterCare® services or filling out the contact form to request an appointment with a local dealer. 

Signs & Causes of Water Problems in Kansas

  • Water hardness: When water has too much calcium, magnesium, and other metals, this causes water hardness in Kansas. If your home has spots on drinking glasses, scale buildup around faucets or shower heads, dry skin or hair, drab laundry, plumbing problems, or issues with water-using appliances, these are signs of water hardness.
  • Water contamination: Nitrates, arsenic, microorganisms, bacteria, viruses, aluminum, and fluoride are the most common water contaminants affecting water. The concentrations of these contaminants and how long you're exposed can affect the hazardous effects, including dementia, digestive problems, skin issues, weakening enamel in teeth, cancers, blood disorders, other serious illnesses, and even death.
  • High or low pH: If water has too high of a pH, this can lead to a bitter taste and cause pipes and other water-using appliances to be encrusted with deposits. A low pH in water will cause the corrosion of pipes, leading to dissolved metals and other substances ending up in the water.
  • High chlorine levels: If your home has water with high chlorine levels, this can cause nausea, stomach issues, and throat irritation. High chlorine can also cause dry, irritated skin, brittle hair, cloudy or discolored water, chlorine-smelling and tasting water, and brown rust on water-using appliances, drains, and other fixtures.

Whether your water quality is affected by excess minerals or impurities, the location of the home, pH levels, hardness, chlorine, iron, sulfur, lead, nitrates, or radon, your Kansas WaterCare® dealer can help diagnose specific problems through water testing and offer long-term solutions that best fits your needs and budget.

Kansas's WaterCare® Water Treatment Solutions

Your water treatment solutions will depend on the quality of your drinking water and water conditions. WaterCare® dealers in Kansas have the experience, training, and skill to diagnose water contamination and other problems. Then they can recommend and install custom water softening, filtration, and other treatment solutions and services to meet your unique needs.

Water Treatment Solutions:

  • Water Conditioners
  • Water Softeners
  • Whole-House Water Filtration
  • Reverse Osmosis Filters
  • Drinking Water Systems
  • Water Testing
  • Salt Delivery

Treated Water Benefits:

  • Cleaner & Softer Water
  • Longer Lasting & Efficient Appliances
  • Better-Tasting Drinking Water
  • Increased Home Value & Comfort
  • Cost Savings
  • Smooth, Comfortable Skin & Hair
  • Healthier Water & Peace of Mind
  • Softer Towels, Blankets & Linens

Ready for cleaner, healthier, and better-tasting water? Schedule home water testing and a free, in-home analysis with your local, authorized WaterCare® dealer!

How to hire a reliable water treatment expert in Kansas?

If your water has a foul rotten egg smell, leaves stains on drains and appliances, or has a nasty chlorine taste, these are signs of water quality issues. Unfortunately, many do-it-yourself water treatments and filters may not address the full scope of problems. That's why accurately diagnosing water contamination and other quality concerns will ensure a reliable solution that you can count on.

Water quality issues can vary depending on the location, the home's build, or other plumbing issues. Our experienced water treatment dealers can pinpoint these problems, recommending the right solutions for your situation. They evaluate your plumbing, water usage, and water test results. That will help them choose the best water conditioner, softener, filter, and treatment solution, which will resolve your home's unique problems.

Don't wait for your home's water problems to worsen. From hard water to bad-tasting drinking water or hazardous water contamination, your Kansas area water treatment expert can help!

Look at their qualifications, reputation & work quality

Many homeowners think hiring a water treatment company is similar to choosing a plumber. But a qualified water treatment professional can provide more quality care when creating safe, healthy water. They help plan, design, and install the perfect water treatment system that addresses your water quality needs. And since they are familiar with your home and the systems, they can return for maintenance and ensure long-lasting benefits with your water softener, filter, conditioner, or other treatment systems.

With the authorized WaterCare® dealers in Kansas, you can have confidence they are delivering the most innovative water treatment technologies and practices. They ensure expert results on your water filter, softener, conditioner, or drinking water system installation. Plus, they are insured and licensed and have a track record for providing quality services to their communities.

See why many of your Kansas friends and neighbors choose WaterCare® over anyone else. Our dealers offer strong product warranties — and with all of their qualifications — you can be sure you're getting the best quality water treatment solutions!

Get the highest quality water treatment for water softening, conditioning & more

If your home has hard water, issues with water contamination, chlorine-tasting drinking water, or other water quality concerns, contact the WaterCare® dealer in your Kansas area. Our exclusive water treatment products make good water for life! These solutions include:

Even with the perfect water treatment system, the product is only as good as the installation. That's why WaterCare® products are professionally installed by a trained expert providing efficient service. Choose a convenient time — and our friendly crew will arrive on time to handle the rest!

Contact us online to schedule a free water test and consultation. You can also look at the profiles listed here for more details on their water treatment services, work highlights, experience, and credentials.